I'm looking to expand my fishing area, I have a 19' basscat.( I can only afford to own i boat and already have this one) I was wondering when do they move inland after the spawn. I mostly fish in the Weeks bay and Vermillion Bay area and don't like to have to wait till the River comes down to allow the salinity in my area to come up. Any advice will be greatly appreciated.
Was given three days off and turned into a winner.
Looks like the new dock in Delcambre is open!!
Fuel and bait available
Can't wait till the weekend!!!!
well I don't have a hot babe' to post about to get on the hottest report, just a few specs caught in week's bay....
I'm hearing word that the new luanch in Delcambre will be open at the end of this Month. Has anyone heard the same from reliable sources? I've seen the plans for the entire launch and it is empressive!!!
Had a great Monday fishing next to a good fishing buddy of several years, EVENTHOUGH our day was cut short due to a blown out water pump gasket. Never had one due that and wouldn't believe it unless I'd seen it in person. Still, we had a blast bass fishing for reds.
I know it's not new news, just wanted to commet on the new dock in Delcambre. It looks great from the water and looks like it'll have plenty of parking. 4 boat docking and dividers to keep you in your own ramp lane. This just make me hope they hurry and open it. I wonder if now that we'll have a great launch, if they'll have a bait shop that opens earlier. This is going to help motivate me to start fishing out of Delcambre again. The old dock conditions and parking is why I haven't been going there. It's mostly because of the number of boaters wanting to do the same, and not enough parking. This new dock dock will be great for everyone.
Can anyone tell me of Jean Marie landing is still open. Haven't been there since 2008
Does anyone have a recomondation for a fiberglass shop to repair/replace transom on a bass boat near Lafayette.
Well my boy and me didn't fair as well I had been doing. We seem to have only landed 4 reds on this trip. With only 1 nice one. Still and all, he had a good time.
Went fishing with my buddy, his wife, and their 2 kids and racked up on 25 reds. It only took about 2 hrs round trip out of Delcambre, near bayou Tigre. Smallest red was 17 inches, largest was 24 inches.