With less than a month to go, area waterfowlers are beginning to itch, if not already in full blown duck fever. Yep it’s hot but the cool breezes of fall are at least a tiny speck on the horizon...read more!
It’s safe to say that the sight life here on the Northshore has been as hot as the summer heat. All through July, Northshore anglers as well as myself have seen great numbers of redfish and also nice schools of reds along the Lake Borgne and Lake Pontchartrain..read more!
Right on cue! Salt Bayou is your best bet to finding bass in the oppressive summertime heat. Get out on the water early and take advantage of the top-water bite. Look for bass busting the surface and areas with plenty of baitfish. Any top-water soft plastics will work including Matrix Shad, Flukes, and Shu-Shu's. As the temperatures heat up during the day switch over to deeper running crnakbaits to keep the bite alive.
The bass bite is on in Bayou Bonfouca this month! Anglers are having plenty of success early in the mornings on buzz-baits and frogs then finishing off their limit with Texas rigged worms in the deeper cooler waters. With the hotter temperatures be sure to try and get out on the water earlier than normal and take advantage of the shade that is more prevalent up-river.
To quote Mark Twain, “The best predictor of future behavior is past behavior.” 2014 Northshore Angler of the Year, Jason Pittman and his son Trenton, have won 1st place in NBS Tournaments so far this year. So if you had to pick a winner in the most recent FPBA...read more!
Hills Wins on Tchefuncte!
All Seasons had an Open Bass Tournament on the Tchefuncte River Sunday August 23rd. Eleven Boats and 19 anglers arrived to enjoy some healthy competition. The Anglers were greeted at the payment table with free ..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!