The idea of public hunting land, for many hunters, is both a windfall and a thorn in the side. Sure it’s a place to go for a few birds, but all too often a few birds in the bag come at the cost of a huge headache from overcrowded...read more!
The trout have finally started to show up in Salt Bayou. While the day bite is still struggling, the nightime bite is hot! Anglers are trolling the bayou and picking up trout underneath the lights at the camps that line the bayou. Free-lining soft plastics and working them on the surface is your best bet for fishing under the lights.
The Pearl is below 10 ft. This is what we have been waiting for! Steadily clearing water mixed with a good tidal range will produce plenty of bass. White colored top-water baits like Ribbit Frogs and buzzbaits are good in the morning hours. Switch over toTexas-rigged SHU-SHU Shad and fish the drains coming out of the swamp as daytime heating occurs.
Picture the scene: Its early morning and you’re flying solo on a quest to catch a monster Lake Pontchartrain speckled trout. You’ve got the spot, the winds are calm, and the baitfish is everywhere! You cast out and start working your lure just over a patch of eel grass 20 ft. off of the shoreline...read more!
Team Pittman wins going away
A much welcomed change in weather brought out 19 anglers to test their bass fishing skills on Bayou Lacombe. Lower humidity and cooler air temperature was a relief from the sweltering heat, but high water and incoming tides usually...read more
After reading many local articles on fly fishing and the high interest in the sport and a considerable amount of folks asking about the sport after they read articles, I feel the need to step back and start from square...read more!
With all fishing that goes on in this area that we call "Sportsman's Paradise," there is a group of people that often get overlooked. Kayak fishing is becoming more popular by the passing season, but still there are people that refuse to give credit where... read more!