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Getting to be that time, they are slowly moving up. Soon it will be very busy!

February 06 at 5:44pm

Suzanne's monster sac slammed a black/chartreuse mini-jig on the first day of March with cloudy skies and light breeze with a marsh fire blazing in the background gotta love it!!

March 02, 2015 at 1:37pm

Did a little crabbing on 5/23/14 finished about 11:30am and started fishing.There were some areas around deeper water where I could see cypress stumps,I had a blue and white mini jig with 3/8 black jig head sprayed with crawfish scent fished about 3 foot depth. I started pulling in some schooling sacalait one after another but when the sun turned on full beam through the clouds it turned off. I went to another location where I had a monster sac break my line a week before and made one cast when he nailed it again and this time with some new 12lb clear blue stren fishing line I nailed him also. Crabs and sacalait on the bayou what a day.

May 26, 2014 at 1:32pm

Kinda getting a little late in the season but they keep hangin on mainly biting when the weather is overcast with wind. It's crazy when the wind gets to whippin a little and the water, grass, and lily pads began movin; the fish become aggressive including bass. Shiners,jigs and patience mixed with frustration because the wind is moving you into all kinds of and boat going one way and the fish with your bait going the other LOL!!! Rain makes it even better, but when the first crack of lightning came it was all bets off, got the _ell out of there quick!

April 08, 2014 at 6:18pm

Went out friday morning 3/15/14 to take advantage of cloud cover with small chance a rain and picked up a few more sacalait. Could not give up the chance for some more fun catching these slabs, which usually in this area would be over with. Continued cold weather spurts coupled with warm weather has kept them hanging in there. I suspect they are close to being done, gotta get them in boat while I can. Shiners 12 inches under cork close to the banks and keep on the move to find them.Time to move on to the bass soon Jimmy how about some clues! Cloudy in the bayou of Gauche!

March 16, 2014 at 1:08pm

Went out this morning knowing I would probably get a wet butt and I did, however when the cold rain fell that's when the fish would start biting. Had to leave them biting because I was getting drowned and it kept getting harder and harder.Took what I could get but had a good time wet in the Bayou of Gauche.

March 11, 2014 at 11:44pm

Still pullin them out the bayou in Gauche!

February 25, 2014 at 2:34pm

Went back to my little honey holes in Bayou Gauche picked up a few more, recent rains seemed to have affected them a little.Water was clearer probably a little too much freshwater may get back to more normal in a couple of days.

February 25, 2014 at 1:23pm

Caught these fish back in Bayou Gauche on shiners and jigs before the front hit on a corner of a bank at a certain time they turned on,then turned off like a switch. Sacalait were very aggressive one hit a bass crank bait little bandit lure,thought I had a bass turned out to be huge sacalait. Bass were full of eggs so they are on the nest now there and the sacalait are just cranking up.

February 22, 2014 at 12:31am
A comment titled: Re: Time for Sacs in response to a report titled: Time for Sacs

DesAllemands /Gauche area.

February 13 at 9:43am
A comment titled: Re: Time for Sacs in response to a report titled: Time for Sacs

Not too familiar with the Gonzales area, my best guest is talk to some of the local bait shops in the area that sell live shiners, customers talk . They would be happy to steer you to the local canals or ponds that are catching right now. Now until the end of the month will start to heat up.

February 10 at 9:56am
A comment titled: SE Southeast Teal slay in response to a report titled: SE Public Teal Slay

Great job J! I need some tips in that area something I would like to try more of other than fishing.

September 16, 2014 at 8:30pm
A comment titled: Bonnet Carre Sacs in response to a report titled: Bonnet Carre Sacs

Caught these on the upper suction Laplace side of the Bonnet Carre Spillway in the front just behind the first power pole in the water. There is a cypress stump row that usually can't be seen when the water is medium to high levels, on this day water was low and I could see them in deeper water and fished right behind them.

June 10, 2014 at 6:45pm
A comment titled: Bonnet Carre Sacs in response to a report titled: Bonnet Carre Sacs

Caught a few crabs but with some tide movement and warmer weather June should be a good month.

May 26, 2014 at 6:05pm
A comment titled: racer/runner in response to a report titled: Snake Identification please

It would be politically incorrect for anyone to say exactly what it really is unless you are a herpatologist pictures are deceiving but there are many sub names I just named a common name that most have heard or identify with. However they are anywhere from blue,brown,black,green etc. The guy said it was greenish so again a racer, most have the sort of black mask and racer is just another preffered identity some like to say runner/means the same.Years ago there was a snake farm in Laplace that bought non-venomus and venomus snakes they could go anywhere from ten to forty dollars per snake more of course for the venomus type and or size. Most are ill tempered and prefer not to be handled.

May 04, 2014 at 6:41pm
A comment titled: Gauche still biting! in response to a report titled: Sacalait hanging in Gauche!

I'm on it!

May 02, 2014 at 12:39am
A comment titled: Gauche in response to a report titled: Sacalait hanging in Gauche!

Hey Jay, picked up a few bass but on sacalait jigs black and chartreuse dipped in spike it garlic chartreuse glow LOL!! they seem to like it cajun bass.

May 02, 2014 at 12:37am
A comment titled: snake identification please in response to a report titled: Snake Identification please

I have caught many snake species in the past for profit, this snake is non-venomous species commonly known in Louisiana as the Blue Runner. You may goggle it and see the many variations of the snake but generally a blueish black hue, sometimes with a greenish tent when they are young with a white or light yellowish underside. They are generally aggressive but when confronted sometimes will defend themselves and then flee hence the name runner, they feed primarily on small rodents.

May 02, 2014 at 12:17am
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