Louisiana Marsh, Flats, & Inshore Fishing Charters
Louisiana is the redfish capital of the world!
The Louisiana Gulf Coast has the best estuaries and marsh structure in the entire world. This is why the state’s motto is the Sportsman Paradise. Whether we are fishing large open bays that are covered in oyster reefs, fishing the back marsh, or duck ponds there is no other place like the inshore fishing grounds of Louisiana.
Calcasieu Lake has been nationally heralded as a trophy speckled trout paradise.
Venice, Louisiana and Hopedale, Louisiana have been voted the Sport Fishing Capital of the World by ESPN.
Full Day Trip
For 1 to 2 anglers.
- 3rd or 4th angler, add $100 each
- Artificial Lures Only
- Lodging: includes meals and non-alcoholic drinks - $225 pp
Venice and Hopedale Fishing
Venice LA is the sport fishing capitol of the world for both inshore and offshore fishing. Well known for its world class speckled trout and redfish fishery, it not only has large numbers of both, but it also boasts many trophy sized speckled trout and bull redfish.
You can sight fish for slot sized redfish and monster jackfish in the shallow marsh ponds or go out to the oyster reefs and catch world class speckled trout and redfish on top-waters. All fishing is done from the boat either drift fishing or sight fishing in marsh ponds, over oyster reefs, or on the beach front.
The best months are from March until December for numbers of trout and redfish. The biggest factor in fishing these two areas will be the influx of freshwater from the Mississippi River. The less freshwater means the bite is on fire!!!! Hopedale and Breton Sound Area is a great place to catch large numbers of speckled trout and sight fish for redfish in the marsh or duck ponds. The marsh ponds for sight fishing redfish turn on in May until September. This area consists of large open bays with large oyster reefs throughout all of the bays and lakes. This is a great place for light tackle sight fishing or fly fishing.
Have a large group that loves to fish?
We can accommodate your group up to 28 guests with an all-inclusive fishing package.
Fish Calcasieu “Big Lake”
We fish the entire Calcasieu (Big Lake) estuary from the Calcasieu River, the Calcasieu Ship Channel, and the beach of the Gulf of Mexico. This lake is known for its world class size speckled and massive amounts of redfish. Calcasieu Lake is nationally known for its world class trophy sized speckled trout and redfish paradise.
This estuary is best from February through May for Trophy Speckled Trout. The best months for numbers of speckled trout and redfish are the months of June through the end of October are best. This area is mainly fished from the boat by drift fishing oyster reefs, slicks, mud boils, and working birds. Wade fishing is available, but this is for the true hardcore angler!!!!
Biloxi Marsh Fishing Charters
We fish the entire Biloxi Marsh from the interior bays and ponds to the Chandeleur Islands in the middle of the Gulf of Mexico. The Biloxi marsh is known for its massive amounts of redfish, jacks, sharks and speckled trout. The Biloxi Marsh is nationally known for its world class redfishing on fly and the Chandeleur Island paradise for fly fishing for bull redfish.
This estuary is best from August through May for Trophy Speckled Trout and Bull Redfish. The best months for numbers of speckled trout and redfish are the months of June through the end of October are best. This area is known for great sight fishing with a fly rod or conventional gear year around. The Chandeleur Islands and fly fishing are a year around opportunity at a 40 pound bull redfish while fly fishing in the Biloxi Marsh.
Contact us now to plan your Louisiana fishing adventure!
Catch & Release
Yes the limits are more liberal in Louisiana, but we do not allow our guides to keep their limits of fish. to give to you or your group. Our guides don't fish and will not contribute to the box. Please understand, if you plan on taking fish home you're only allowed a 2 day possession limit. We emphasize catch all you want and keep only what you need to eat. Catch and release is the standard policy on fly fishing, no exceptions!!! We don't keep oversized redfish. We are looking out for the future of the great fishery and making sure that our children and our grandchildren can tell stories of catching a hundred speckled trout a day and fifty redfish a day.