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With February my slow month it’s all about getting honey do’s at home and the camp done. March starts my season and with conditions finally really good I decided to head out by myself on Friday. I didn’t invite anyone because I really just wanted to worry about myself and play. In hindsight I should’ve invited some buddies because the trout bite was on. At one point I caught 8-10 in a row and which showed me some these fish are schooled up. Caught a few bull reds in the mix which added to the fun. Shrimp Creole Matrix Shad under a cork along a current line was the ticket. After I finished up I went looking around just to see where trout were hiding. They aren’t everywhere in big numbers but as long as you are moving around you should be able to find a pile. This front moving thru today will probably throw a wrench in the trout bite for a few days but with what I saw we are in for a great Spring.

Capt. Travis Miller
985-981-6434
Miller-timefishingcharters.com
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Re: Beautiful sight!
Capt T,very good to see You catching right now.I normally don't fish much in March any suggestions on Locations?South Mechant or Sister Lake?
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Re: Beautiful sight!
March is a transition month for trout so try to think of the highways they travel into the marsh because they are working their way out into the lakes and toward the Gulf to spawn. Crazy thing is right now trout are being caught in the marsh, in the lakes, and offshore but you have to be willing to move around and find them. Weather typically dictates where you can fish in March. Hard south winds you fish south ends of all the lakes, north winds you fish the north sides and so on. Hope that helps.
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Re: Beautiful sight!
Capt T,thank you for your response.I'll just keep sticking an moving till we find them.Good luck with your crews this year.
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