Headed down to PAC a few days ago. Little tidal movement but was able to still nab a few small trout and sightcast a few reds. Productive lures were Skitterwalks and Craw-style plastics (I was using Crackin Craw by Cajun Lures). After launching at Eddies, I headed north.
Bluegill and other sunfish are still biting well in the bayous around Morgan City. I've taken several trips over the past month, launching at Doirion's in Stephensville, and going a short distance up Bayou Magazille. Bases of trees and all the typical areas. I've been catching smaller ones under a bobber with either a Gulp cricket or earthworm on a Sz. 8 Cricket Hook. The bigger ones are coming when I ditch the bobber and use the Gulp Earthworms (either red or brown) on a Sz. 4 Cricket Hook.
Late November trip. Found plenty of redfish in skinny water with grass. Caught all on artificial - Z-Man Paddlerz in natural color. Video has full report in pretty decent detail.
Video report from last month. Fish were sight-caught on Vudu Shrimp and DOA Shrimp.
Kayak: Jackson Cuda 14
Paddle: Werner Cyprus
Facemask: Gillz Gear 'Gillz Mask'
Paddle-clip Belt: Pack & Paddle's 'Otter Paddle Belt'
Had a decent day on the water. One of the few days without 20+ mph winds. 5 reds and 1 dink trout all on artificial lures. Full report and photos at BayouYakin.com
Late video posting. Full report at BayouYakin.com
Quick video recap from Memorial Day down in PAC.
So, the north side of Island Rd hasn't turned on yet. The grass beds are there, but are full of gar. The south side had a bit more activity and better water clarity. We caught a few reds, but they didn't bite until around noon.
Full report at BayouYakkin.com
Headed down to PAC Saturday morning with friends. Reds were everywhere, my buddy found trout and my friend who lives out of state caught his biggest fish yet.
Full report, pics & video: [url]http://bayouyakker.wordpress.com/2013/10/28/red-october/[/url]
Mostly Redfish, and a random bluegill...
Full Report at: [URL='http://bayouyakker.wordpress.com']http://bayouyakker.wordpress.com/[/URL]
Fished the PAC Attack Kayak Fishing Tournament this past weekend. Somewhat slow day with the early high tides and stained water, but did get a limit.
Headed down to PAC on Saturday & Monday of the extended Labor Day weekend to explore new water and catch some fish. Click here for the full report: http://bayouyakker.wordpress.com/
Everyone who fishes Ride The Bull has stories for each year they participate & there's always at least one major factor thrown in to push the tournament to the extreme level. This year was my first time participating, and the major factor was the tide falling through Caminada Pass.
If you would like to read my full report, here is a link to it:
Full Report at: http://bayouyakker.wordpress.com/
Headed to PAC with some buddies this past Sunday afternoon. The reds were there!