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Fishing out of Leeville

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I usually fish out of IDJC (island south of PAC) but am looking to scope out a new area and I have the Leeville area in mind. There is a kayak launch down there and it looks to have a lot of broken marsh options. I expect to get into some reds, but also hoping to get into some SPECs so my question is which way should I head coming out of the launch.

Should I:
(a) go directly west towards Little Lake and hit all of the cuts along the way
(b) head almost directly south following teh expressway
(c) head East then North along the edge of Lake Jesse

Also, any tips on bait, etc. is welcomed

Thank ya'll.
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   picknhand
Well...I didn’t hear from anyone so I am just going to wing-it. Nothing new as I am not a very seasoned kayak fisherman. However, for those that are interested, I elected to head east then north and work the marsh cuts, canals, and rock jetty on the edge of Lake Jesse. Something like the attached. I have a few different lines rigged up ranging from gold spoon, black spoon, spinner, cork w/ matrix, and a double matrix shad rig so I at least have some options. Will file a post-fishing report. See y’all later...
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that area is good fishing , just be patient and dont expect a lot of action in the marsh this time of year.Now if it was oct , nov , dec , you and that kayak can killem , get familiar with the south texaco field , southwest of where you r launching your kayak , anyways good luck !!
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   picknhand
Thanks for the tip. I thought I replied to this but didn’t see it...anyways. I was able to get into some reds but not really for specs. It’s a great area though and plan to get back as soon as I can.
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Simply be patient and dont expect a ton of activity in the swamp this season of year.Now on the off chance that it was oct , nov , dec , you and that kayak can killem , get comfortable with the south texaco field , southwest of where you r dispatching your kayak , in any case amazing good fortune !! Cleveland Fence Installation
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   Ellaine
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it's a big fish. can you share some tips for catching fish? fall guys
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A wonderful catch! How do you get something that big? Any advice? concrete driveways
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   marosol
To help you better know how to set the hook, look for common signs a fish is biting your bobber is pulled completely underwater, you feel a true tug on your fishing line or your fishing line starts moving. Thank you for sharing your experience.
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Looks like you had a lot of fun! Can't wait to go fishing again.

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Just be patient and dont expect a lot of action in the marsh this time of year. Good luck! | https://jessicaclarktherapyservices.com/
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Yey! That was a great catch! Congrats!

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   SarahP
Awesome catch! I'm headed to this area next week. Looking forward to some big catches.

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