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Easy Dularge Redfish Limits

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A cold and windy morning 'Down In Dularge'! Air temp 37 degrees with 47 degree water temps are all you need for a great redfish slam! P.J. Hale is a cold weather fishing machine and my deckhand Craig Fusson could hardly keep up. We caught roughly 35-40 redfish and quickly iced up our 15 fish limit. Only found a few trout at another location but we really didn't spend much time on them as the water temp was too cold. All our fish were caught on plastic as usual. Maybe tomorrow will be the day for the trout as it will be slightly warmer. Evidently many people were still on their New Years holiday as there were plenty boats on the water for a Monday. Be careful with the extreme low water conditions ! Good luck fishing!

Capt Bill Lake
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I fished Dularge for the first time today with my Son. We limited out on Reds today ( Just barely! ), caught 10 + 1throwback. Mainly went today to find the boat launch and run the water. Any advice on the Trout fishing. I ran the bayou across DeCade and continued down south a ways. I have a GPS in the boat but did not know if I should continue further South or am I spinning my wheels. Any help would be appreciated.
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Being new to the area, I would suggest you DO NOT attempt to travel anywhere except for the main bayous & pipeline canals. You launched at Falgout Canal and I don't know of any good trout reports on that end. We fish from Jugs boat launch from the end of Hwy 315. The trout fishing has been very good on the lower end of Dularge in the deeper waterways. Don't waste time looking for trout in the lakes and bays. Fish the deeper bayous like Seveur,Dunord, Deer Bayou and Dufrene for your best chances at locating the trout! Good luck.
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