Whether your fall pursuit involves fur or feathers, the off-season is brutal. It doesn’t take long from the close of the season to get caught up on rest and all those things neglected during the season so it’s usually around this time of year I start to get the semblance of an itch for the season to come and start poking...read more!
The time has finally come for eager anglers to finally pole around the pumpkin patch in sight for those good-lookin’ Southern Louisiana redfish. It’s that time of year where the sun is blazing and...read more!
The bite is on at the Causeway and it looks as if the "Trestle Trout might be making their way west to the 24-mile reef. While the Trestle bite has turned to live shrimp, you'll still be able to catch them on plastics along the Causeway. Matrix, Shu-Shu's, Dudleys on a 3/8 oz jig head will do the trick. like always, the Causeway bite will be patterned so try everything until you hone in on the trout. Also the summertime reds are moving in along the pilings. Be ready for a few reds to add to your nice box of specks if you fish the bridge.
It's time to fish the Trestles! With the warmer water temps the first installation of trout have moved in on the tracks. Although the sizes are down, the numbers are there and anglers are picking up limits on an incoming tide. the hot bait right now is the Tigerbait Matrix on a 3/8 oz head. Focus on the 174 area of the tracks.
The heat is on! And the speckled trout bite that anglers have enjoyed this spring is all but an afterthought. It’s the harsh reality of fishing Lake Pontchartrain. 90 degree water temperatures = Speckled...read more!
Liars & Lunkers Kids Tournament
On June 28, 2015 the Liars and Lunkers held their 15th Annual Lock One Kids Fishing Tournament at Lock One in Pearl River. In all, 71 boys and girls between the ages of 3 and 12 participated in this year's event. The young anglers received goodie bags...read more!
Bring on the Heat!
First let me say we are so incredibly lucky to live here in Southeastern Louisiana, we have the opportunity to catch fish all year long in freshwater or saltwater. With that said, I can also say we are not so lucky when it comes to summer...read more!
Finesse techniques don't get very much attention from anglers fishing the stained, shallow, often grass laden waters of south Louisiana. Spinning reels and tiny light lures aren't exactly synonymous with deep south bass fishing; however, like any other tool, there's a time and place where they can be used effectively...read more!