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Anyone hear of an 11 pound trout recently caught at trestles and/or Lake P???? Good Fishing Team Jo-om& Oneofthepack

May 02 at 8:58am

In need of some 3' 410 shells, please advise

February 14 at 9:30pm

Team Jo-Jo Trying to find a fishing book written by, By Heck, he use to write fishing reports for Times Picayune back in the 50’s can you see if you can find anything about him and/or where I might buy book???? Thanks Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

January 30 at 5:49pm

TEAM JO-JO: Looking to take Grandsonofthepack skeet shooting, he does not want to kill anything, just wants to shoot, any of you fisherpersons or others know where we can go shoot skeet? If so please provide name / location / telephone number, and any suggestion you may have on bringing a first time youngings shooting. Thanks Oneofthepack 504-915-4896

December 07, 2020 at 6:09am

TEAM JO-JO: Frist mate today be Big Bill he had responded to post last week re: “Open Bay Flat Sr”, but he was second to Big George, so we agreed to do a trip one day next week, today (Monday) be our trip plan did we. SIGNS: • Saturday trip to Lake P very informative, but catch less it be • Sunday Loveofthepack offered Oneofthepack the opportunity to do a 2 mile run, Chalmette Track Club had one schedule down in the state park. Me be the last one in at (44:58 came in first in my division, (slowest walker) got s trophy) me not even was one of the pack, but last of the pack. Saw (8) Rabbits, (1) Armadillo, and looking hard for the deer along me journey through the course, made me day. • Up at 3:45 AM for our 4:30 meet up at Waffle House on Oak Harbor Slidell • Loaded up the FORD transporter and we were on our way very quickly • No wildlife sightings along Hwy 11 or 90 • Boats along Hwy was next to one, gas stations had none, and boat launches had even lest, not a good sign. • Passed on eating at Waffle House, McDonnel, Violet gas station and Last Stop food store, changing me eating habits, no diet, changing me eating habit, down 17 pounds and counting. • Check point Abel, water level at junction up 6-8” • Check point Bravo, water coming in at Reggio canal, good sign • Delacroix Hwy deserted, no activity what so ever • Guides all locked down • Reached the home of the Bay Flat Sr, did a short refresher course for Big Bill in safety crossing Hwy and safety on boat dock deck? • Short time we had the Bay Flat Sr loaded and ready to go. • Yamaha Dream Machine took (2) turns, (?????) of the key to start up, this be very unusual, guess she be tired a little) • Short journey to Lionel’s for some dead shrimp and another bag of ice. • Off to spot # LC-5A to start our day, but half way we had to change (thunder cloud hanging over spot) plans, diverted to spot # 51B to start our day of fun. CONDITIONS: • Perfect • Wind, W 4-6, WNW 6-8. Than NNW 6-8 MPH • Water, calm, little ripples • Sky, sunny & clear for the most part, thunder clouds passed over a head a few times • No rain • Temp, mild, warm, ho then sun out, Bimini top worked well later in the day. • Water level, up 6-8” • Water Temp , 90.8F • Salinity,1.6 • Specific Conductance, 3,200 • Water clarity on a scale of 1-7, a 3 minus • Tide, tail end of a rising tide, west wind put the stop to it real quick, when slack from 8:30 AM all the way to 11:36, and it was still slack when we left at that time. • Boats out and about, did not see any fishing boats, only commercial boats, me was happy me renewed me SeaTwo, just knowing me have a backup lets me fish with confidence that if something happens help will be on the way. REPERTOIRE OF TECHNIQUES / STRATEGIES: • Be safe • Have fun • This be me daily therapy for ALL me aliments • Put some run time on the Bay Flat Sr and the Yamaha Dream Machine • Gather Intel for future trips, and to share with fisherperson, (on rodnreel.com) to help assist them in their choice of areas to fish, lures to use and presentation of same to the elusive Silverwonders. • Get Big Bill on a trip as promised. • Re-introduce Big Bill to Delacroix area • See if the Silverwonders & Redworries wanted to come out and play • Find a spot # with the seven fundamentals / criteria of catching: 1 WIND AT YOUR BACK: (Wind not a factor, not enough to be concerned about, plus when fishing with bait it not as big a deal) 2 MOVING WATER: (This criteria be our challenge for today, we had none, even tried areas where water is chocked down at cuts, still no water movement to be had. Did find some that wind was moving, but when wind stopped so did water movement) 3 WATER CALRITY: (Another criteria challenge for the day at a 3 minus, made it hard for the fish to see the lure, me guess the only way they knew it was in the water was from the vibration from moving it along the bottom) 4 HOLDING FISH: (Me think every spot # we fished was holding fish, just not the right time at the right spot #. 5 PATIENTS: (Needed plenty, very slow morning it be, we changed zones on the map to see what the water looked like, and see if we could find moving water.  Zone 5 clarity a 3 minus / no moving water  Zone 4 clarity a 3 / no moving water  Zone 3, & 2 clarity a 3 minus / no moving water  Zone 1 clarity a 3 plus / wind moving water at times 6 SKILL: (Dodging early morning thunder storms) 7 LUCK: (Not catching to many fish, they would not fit in ice chest) • Anchor up cast & retrieve slowly along the bottom, with a twitch every now and then, tight lining…………………………………(3) Trout (2) Reds caught, (2) crabs, this technique • Drift with the wind cast & retrieve (DWWC&R)……………DID NOT TRY • Oak River Troll (ORT)……………….Did not try • Reverse Oak River Troll (RORT) ………..DID NOT TRY • Oak River Skim (ORS) ……………DID NOT TRY • Cork ……..DID NOT TRY • Lake P Troll (LPT)…………….Did not try • Dead bait……… (Caught 3 Reds, all Catfish, Drum & Pin fish.) • Live bait………………… None • ONEOFTHEPACK ‘S REPERTOIRE OF LURE DU JOURE: • 3” H&H Purple Beetle, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head with gold hook……………(2) Redworries • 3” Chartreuse Glow Beetle, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head w/gold hook………….DID NOT TRY • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head w/gold hook……………Did not try • Matrix Shad Cream color, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head w/gold hook……………(3) Silverwonders, (1) Whitewonder • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H 3/8 oz. round white head w/gold hook……………DID NOT TRY • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H 1/2 oz. round white head w/gold hook……………DID NOT TRY • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with 3/4 oz. round lead head ………Did not try • Marker 54 hard plastic shrimp……….. DID NOT TRY • Tandem Rig (2) ¼ oz. jig heads, matched up with Matrix Purple Haze, & Matrix shad clear with sparkle Did not try AREAS / SPOTS / NUMBERS ON THE MAP FISHED: Spot # 51C, LC-5C (3) t, 5, 6, 25, 21, 61C, 64A, 64, 64C, made a stop at Submarine hole, stopped fishing at 12:50 PM. OUR REWARDS: • Lived to fish another day • (2) Minisilverwonders • (1) Miniwhitewonder • (6) Redworries, 3 Ratworriers • (1) Puppy Drum • (1) Pin fish • (4) Crabs • (10) Freshwater cats • (4) Gaff Tops • (12) Hardheads • (2) Bushels of grass • (2) Bottoms 2 popped lines • Not getting wet • Lots of fresh air & sunshine • Spending the morning on the water with one of the best fisherperson me know, which be Big Bill. • Best fishing trip of my life, until the next one. FISHERPERSON OF THE DAY: Big Bill was on a role with Redworries, adding 3 to his game, lead in the catfish category, and even had 2 crabs to his credit, but this all done with dead shrimp. Once Big Bill can master the lure presentation & technique he will be a challenger for the honors down the road. Oneofthepack was just oneofthepack SUGGESTIONS: When selecting size ice chest to bring, take into consideration how much ice you like, amount of bait you will buy, drinks / food you will bring and most important how many fish you will catch. With all this in mind me thing even a 48 qtr. ice chest not big enough. Some fisherperson bring 2 ice chest one for fish & one for food & drinks. Me think fishes are out and about, just need the (7) criteria of catching to be in aligned, for me money it is never the fishes, mother nature, and/or conditions that result in a catch less journey, it all be on the Captain to make it happen. Team Jo-Jo other motto, “Anyone can catch fish when they biting”!!!! PONDER OF THE DAY: Don't aim for catching if you want it; just do what you love and believe in, and it will come naturally. Q&A: Would you prefer to lose all fishing the memories you have now or never be able to make any new memories? TEAM JO-JO’S FUTURE STRATAGEM: Only plan for a Friday trip with Big Allen, but trip/s status before that subject to change at any time. Good Fishing Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

August 11, 2020 at 9:12am

TEAM JO-JO: Nothing plan, no fisherpersons looking to go, so me decided to do a solo trip & hog all the fun & action of a Lake P challenge of fishing Eastofmrgo’ s 5 mile reef, (aka trestles) in search of the elusive Silverwonder & Redworries. SIGNS: • Coming off a great Thursday trip with Capt Anthony • Bill William, (aka Oneofthepac2) talked his mom & dad into having a fish fry with all the fish he brought home from Thursday trip, they called me, but me was sound asleep all evening and night form the trip. • Had a good work routine Friday, 2 pounds closer to me mile stone, long wat to go to goal. • Up at 4 AM trying to decide what me wanted to do, and/or what area me wanted to fish, trestles won the decision as me be wanting to go out and see what me could see & learn of this area and this time of year. • Quick load up of the Bay Flat Jr, stop for ice, at launch at south shore on Hwy 11 just at daylight. • Bay Flat Jr slid into the water real easy • Yamaha Nightmare Machine to 23 pulls to start her, me going to bring her in and get her serviced, maybe that will help. • Quick 8-10 minute ride to the trestles • Already had one boat anchored up on the west side • Dropped the Lake P Troll rig over & started trolling along the trestles. CONDITIONS: • Perfect • Wind , N.N.W 4-6 MPH • Water, ripples to slight chop • Sky, sunny & clear, a few clouds but too few to mention • Temp, Mild, warm • Water level, down 6-8” • Water Temp,?????????????? • Salinity,????????????? • Specific Conductance, ????????????? • Water clarity on a scale of 1-7, a 10 PLUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! • Tide, slack tie nothing moving • Boats out and about, saw 3 boats, all on Westside of trestles • No bait in the water • No birds feeding • No activity in and around the water REPERTOIRE OF TECHNIQUES / STRATEGIES: • Be safe • Have fun • This be me daily therapy for ALL me aliments • Put some run time on the Bay Flat Jr and the Yamaha Nightmare Machine • Gather Intel for future trips, and to share with fisherperson, (on rodnreel.com) to help assist them in their choice of areas to fish, lures to use and presentation of same to the elusive Silverwonders. • See: o If there any catching action along trestles o What the water looked like o If they had any bait in area o What the birds doing o What technique / presentations being used o What baits / lures to use • Find a spot # with the seven fundamentals / criteria of catching: 1 WIND AT YOUR BACK: (wind not a factor me be trolling up and down trestles 2 MOVING WATER: (This criteria was me challenge, as me had a slack tide, no water moving at all 3 WATER CALRITY: (Another challenge, me was concerned that the water clarity would be real bad, but that to be, you could see lure down 4-5 feet, look like Florida Lake water, dark, clean, & clear.) 4 HOLDING FISH: (Kenny’s Sea Food) 5 PATIENTS: (None needed, it was just me be against the elements, elements won) 6 SKILL: (Knowing when to fold them, stopped trolling / fishing at 8:10 AM. 7 LUCK: (Living the life Loveofthepack & Oneofthepack worked for. • Anchor up cast & retrieve slowly along the bottom, with a twitch every now and then, tight lining…………………………………Did not try • Drift with the wind cast & retrieve (DWWC&R)……………DID NOT TRY • Oak River Troll (ORT)……………….Did not try • Reverse Oak River Troll (RORT) ………..DID NOT TRY • Oak River Skim (ORS) ……………DID NOT TRY • Cork ……..DID NOT TRY • Lake P Troll (LPT)…………….Nothing • Dead bait………NONE • Live bait………………… None • ONEOFTHEPACK ‘S REPERTOIRE OF LURE DU JOURE: • 3” H&H Purple Beetle, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head with gold hook……………Did not try • 3” Chartreuse Glow Beetle, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head w/gold hook………….DID NOT TRY • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head w/gold hook……………Did not try • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H 3/8 oz. round white head w/gold hook……………DID NOT TRY • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H 1/2 oz. round white head w/gold hook……………DID NOT TRY • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with 3/4 oz. round lead head ………Nothing • Marker 54 hard plastic shrimp……….. DID NOT TRY • Tandem Rig (2) ¼ oz. jig heads, matched up with Matrix Purple Haze, & Matrix shad clear with sparkle, trolled with this too, nothing AREAS / SPOTS / NUMBERS ON THE MAP FISHED: Spot # South shore side of lake P, up & down trestles, made , (out to 3rd fire break) (2) trolls on Westside, (2) trolls on Eastside, used Lake P Troll rig one way, and tandem rig the other way. OUR REWARDS: • Lived to fish another day • (0) NMR Silverwonders, • Skunked • (3) snags / bottom, one popped line • Saw one boat 1-2 miles south of the end of the train tracks at shore, they be fishing the rocks or grass beds. • Got some early morning fresh air • Got some sun shine on me bod • Spending the morning on the water with 3 of the best fisherpersons me know, me, meself, & I • Best fishing trip of my life, until the next one. FISHERPERSON OF THE DAY: Fishes take the honor today, they too smart to bite on what me had to offer. SUGGESTIONS: Me been wanting to try Lake P, had very low expectations, but me also know our moto, “You got to go to know” and now you to know conditions in Lake P south shore along trestles. PONDER OF THE DAY: By refusing to hold a position, (fishing in mind) on something, do you, by default, accept all positions or reject all positions? Q&A: Would the fishing world be a better place if all leaders were women? TEAM JO-JO’S FUTURE STRATAGEM: Monday trip with Big Bill of Eden Anglers, we be out and about down Delacroix way. Friday Big Allen will be abroad the Bay Flat Sr in search of the elusive Silverwodners & Redworries, until then. Good Fishing Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

August 09, 2020 at 6:32am

TEAM JO-JO: Big Don and Oneofthepack where thinking the same thing all week, need to get back down to Delacroix and chase some Silverwodners & Redworries, see if we could duplicate our last trip. When me texted him to see if he could go, he responded before, me even finish me text. If he was a no go, me was going to post on Rodnreel.com ‘OPEN BAY FLAT SR” first mate needed. SIGNS: • Signed up for, (tomorrow Saturday) boater education class, Big William (10 grandsonofthepack) and Oneof5tehapck are talking the class together. Me got a felling he will ace the test, me hoping to just pass. • Tried to go out in the Bay Flat Jr Thursday, but Lake P had 2 – 3 feet waves with white caps, so me decide to stay home and fish another day. • Up at 3:45 AM for our 5 AM meet up at Team Jo-Jo’s official meeting place, Waffle House in Chalmette. • No Wildlife sightings along Hwy 11 or 90, not good • Saw a few boats on the Hwy, gas stations, and boat launches, Friday it be me guess more fisherperson out and about. • Passed on stooping to eat, need to keep up me modified eating habits • Check point (junction on Hwy) Able water level in canal down 16 to 18” • Check pint Bravo, water coming in at Reggio canal, good sign this be • A lot of activity along Delacroix Hwy, guides getting ready, commercial boast getting ready, and fisherperson that stay down their getting ready to spend their day on the water. • Reached the home of the Bay Flat Sr, she be high & dry, swaying back in forth in her slings. • Quick work loading her up, not much gear, we travel light do we. • Yamaha Dream Machine, ½ turn of key and she exploded with power, she be ready to go. • Motored down to Lionel to get some dead shrimp, out target spices today is Redworries • Off to spot # LC-5A to start our day. CONDITIONS: • Perfect • Wind , S.S.W 6-8, than west 12-15 MPH • Water, Slight chop open water, little ripples in the areas us fishing. • Sky, Partly cloudy, mostly Sunny • Temp, mild to warm, not bad humidity down • Water level, down 16-18” since our last trip • Water Temp , 83.8F • Salinity 2.0 down 3 points since our last trip • Water clarity on a scale of 1-7, started out a 3, quickly went to a 2 plus, on an average a 3 all around. • Tide, rising hard, slowed won around 1:10 PM, never did turn and come in. • Boats out and about, saw 4 pleasure boats out and about, me think they all over in Lake Robing area. REPERTOIRE OF TECHNIQUE / STRATEGY: • Be safe • Have fun • This be me daily therapy for ALL me aliments • Put some run time on the Bay Flat Sr and the Yamaha Dream Machine • Gather Intel for future trips, and to share with fisherperson, (on rodnreel.com) to help assist them in their choice of areas to fish, lures to use and presentation of same to the elusive Silverwonders. • See if the Redworries still want to come out and play • See if the Silverwonders still in Lake Campo area • Concentrate on Silverwonders first than go after the Redworries • Stay in Lake Campo area, work our way in from their down the Twin Pipeline back to the main bayou. • Keep practicing with the Tandem rig, me never fished with it that much hardly ever, but been having some much success with it, me added a line item for it under technique / strategy) 1 WIND AT YOUR BACK: (Had a little trough today, west wind most of the day wind directly in our face, had to throw into wind to get to strike zone. Made it hard to feel the bites ) 2 MOVING WATER: ( Plenty came in hard all day, current lines where very visible and easy to locate, slowed won around 1:10) 3 WATER CALRITY: (Last time we had 6- 6 plus, today we started out with 3, and quickly went to a 2 plus) 4 HOLDING FISH: ( Had (2) crazy 15 minutes, spot #’s on the map, # LC-5A (18)t, &spot # 57 (28)t, 57B had the Redworries and 6t) 5 PATIENTS: (Reached the honey hole at 6:50, Big Don brought in the first Silverwonder at 6:56, we had steady action all day, and when we got to spot # 57 on the map, it was on, on, on, (2) at time coming in couple 3 times) 6 SKILL: (Using the Tandem Rig , (use the correct weight heads for the current line we fishing) presentation / Technique) 7 LUCK: ( Finding (2) crazy 15 minutes in one day) • Anchor up cast & retrieve slowly along the bottom, with a twitch every now and then, tight lining…………………………………(10) Silverwonders • Drift with the wind cast & retrieve (DWWC&R)……………DID NOT TRY • Oak River Troll (ORT)……………….Did not try • Reverse Oak River Troll (RORT) ………..DID NOT TRY • Oak River Skim (ORS) ……………DID NOT TRY • Cork ……..DID NOT TRY • Lake P Troll (LPT)…………….Did not try • Dead bait………(6) Silverwodners and all other bottom feeders, shrimp on a jig head • Live bait………………… None • Tandem Rig (2) ¼ oz. jig heads, matched up with Matrix Purple Haze, & Matrix shad clear with sparkle (34) Silverwonders • ONEOFTHEPACK ‘S LURE REPERTOIRE OF LURE DU JOURE: • 3” H&H Purple Beetle, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head with gold hook……………(6) Trout • 3” Chartreuse Glow Beetle, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head w/gold hook………….DID NOT TRY • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head w/gold hook……………Did not try • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H 3/8 oz. round white head w/gold hook……………DID NOT TRY • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H 1/2 oz. round white head w/gold hook……………DID NOT TRY • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with 3/4 oz. round lead head ………Did not try • Marker 54 hard plastic shrimp……….. DID NOT TRY • Matrix shad Purple Haze, & clear with sparkle (34) Trout AREAS / SPOTS / NUMBERS OF THE MAP FISHED: Spot # LC-5A (18) t 57A, 57 (26) t 57B (6) t, Submarine hole nothing, stopped fishing at 1:55 PM. OUR REWARDS: • Lived to fish another day • (50) Silverwonders, 43 Miniwonders • (2) Whitewonders • (5) Redworries, 3 Ratworriers • (9) Croakers • (3) Lady fish, they were all over the place • (5) Crabs • (3) Fresh water cats • (4) Gaff Tops • (19) Hardheads • (2) Bushels of grass • (3) Bottoms, not popped lines • Got some more experience fishing with a tandem rig, we begging to like the technique / presentation • Got to stop (on way out) and talk to Big Earl, he down at the camp, me asked where your boat, boat doctor was says he. Ask me you want to come with us, no can do says he, need to go see about my boat. • Spending the morning on the water with one of the best fisherperson me know, Big Don, me know this cause me taught him almost all he know, and me know he know a lot. • Best fishing trip of my life, until the next one. FISHERPERSON OF THE DAY: Big Don came out the gate quick, jumped ahead 4 to 1. It took Oneofthepack a little time to get the feel. Changed up form a Tandem rig to a single rig, it was on, on. By the time we left spot LC-5A me thing we reached 18 at 9 each. Spot # 57A proved to be a croaker hole, Big Don and his dead shrimp was all over that, me nothing. Spot 57 made a stop so Big Don could fish Redworries, the lair birds where diving all over the place, so me casts out the tandem rig, second cat nice Silverwonder. Once me zeroed in on the strike zone, it was on, on, on, had 3 or 4 double hooks ups, even had a Gaff Top on bottom lure and a Silverwonder on top lure. Big Don could not get the angle on them, and he be fishing with a single rig. Says me take me other pole with tandem rig, use that let it go to bottom, let it run to it gets on a 45* to back of boat, that work it in back to you. Big Don just could not get the feel or presentation down. Big Don dominated the croaker, crabs, hardheads, fresh water cats, and the Redworrier category, but based on the Silverwonder totals, me think Oneofthepack edged him out today. But there is always tomorrow!!!!!!!!!!!!! SUGGESTIONS: Plenty action to be had, bring live or dead shrimp, maybe both, lure fishing is a little slow. Find & fish current lines, fish inside the arch if it away from shoreline. If close to shore line fish outside of arch in middle, let the lure run 180* left to right, find the strike zone and keep you lure it in as much as you can. “You got to go to know” PONDER OF THE DAY: There is only two things we are sure of, death & taxes, Team Jo-Jo says dame them both, fish & owe till we drop. Q&A: If you get cheated by Mother Nature, who do you complain to? TEAM JO-JO’S FUTURE STRATAGEM: Boater education class tomorrow, no plans for Sunday or next week, and all next week Open Bay Flat Sr, if a first mate looking give us a call, and come jump on board the Bay Flat Sr for a fun trip, catching in question. Good Fishing Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

August 01, 2020 at 5:14am

TEAM JO-JO Me was fishing with Big T-Doc this past weekend, he expressed an interest of making another, (last trip Oct 2018) trip to Chandeleur looking at early November, do we have any other fisherpersons interested on making a trip? I’m sure prices have went up, once we know we have a few interested I will call and get up dated prices, and confirm what dates may be available, last time it was, (2 day trip, last time it was a weekend) $915.00 a person which includes tip, of course we had such an excellent time, all did additional tip for the best crew on the water. We had (11) fisherpersons, (12 Max for vessel) that made our trip, some of whom we met for the first time, and those who responded to post on fishing site regarding making a trip. Please click on below for additional information, if interested, please advise stanleyfink@charter.net and we will get your name on the list. Good Fishing Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack http://www.duesouthcharters.com/

June 04, 2020 at 7:54am

TEAM JO-JO Big Pablo and crew made another trip out of Hopedale in search of the elusive Silverwodners and any other fishes that may bite, me sure live shrimp catch a lot, along with a lure or two. You got to go to know Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

June 04, 2020 at 7:44am

TEAM JO-JO: Frist mate for today be Big Ted, he called, (Monday) expressing some interest on how to run to Like Camp and surrounding areas. After me trying to give directions, says me, best you jump on board and we make a trip, lot easier to show you the routes. We came up with a 4:30 meet up for a Thursday run around our Disney Wolds known as Delacroix Islands. SIGNS: • Great night sleep • Work up to find a really nice cool low humidity type morning to greet us. • Me jumpsuit made it into me inventory of gear * tackle that me bring today. • Big Ted right on time, had gate problems again, Big Ted called but had hard time getting to me to open gate. • Loaded up Big Ted’s FORD transporter • Ask me, you have a jacket, don’t need one says he, going to be cold says me, you want me to give you one. No says he me be OK • Me request we take Hwy 11 and 90 route, no wildlife sightings did we see, not good. • Boats all over the road, we were behind 5 as we drove down Paris Road, gas stations all full of boats, gearing up for their trip, we going to have a lot of competition today for the elusive Silverwodners. • Passed on Waffle House, McDonnel, Violet gas station, and Last Stop Food store, did nothing did we need. • Check point Able, water level in canal at junction up 3-4 inch • Check point Bravo, water moving slowly in Reggio canal. • A lot of traffic on Delacroix Hwy • Reached the home of the Bay Flat Sr, she be rocking in the 20-24 MPH E.N.E wind • Me offered Big Ted a rain jacket to block the wind, glad be he that we had one on board the Bay Flat Sr, he kept it on all day. • Gave a quick safety speech re: crossing highway & open space around dock and Bay Flat Sr • Quick transfer of gear to Bay Flat Sr • Yamaha Dream Machine was already on standby, ½ turn of key and she fired right up • Cruised down to Lionel’s for some go juice, ice, and 50 big lively shrimp • Off to spot # 57 to start our day of fishing. CONDITIONS: • Perfect • Wind , 20-24 MPH E.N.E, N.E., E.N.E. blew steady all day • Water, choppy in Four Horse, and open water, rough ride running around • Sky, sunny & clear • Temp, cool temps, mild, never took of jumpsuit all day • Water level, looked to be about 2-3” up, but with riseing tide, and strong, strong easterly wind it coming in like a raging flood in the flat lands. • Water Temp , 75.6F • Water clarity on a scale of 1-7, a 2 plus • Tide, blowing in, current & wind combine Bay Flat Sr doing 2.4 MPH doing the Oak River Troll • Boats out and about, saw 10-12 in the Four Horse area, with all that wind they still be running back & forth looking for the fishes. REPERTOIRE OF TECHNIQUE / STRATEGY: • Be safe • Have fun • This be me daily therapy for ALL me aliments • Put some run time on the Bay Flat Sr and the Yamaha Dream Machine • Gather Intel for future trips, and to share with fisherperson, (on rodnreel.com) to help assist them in their choice of areas to fish, lures to use and presentation of same to the elusive Silverwonders. • Give Big Ted the grand tour, wind made it difficult to give all routes to him, but he got the one to get him to Lake Campo. • Put Big Ted on some Silverwonders, this be his quest for the day • Learn what learn can of fishing new areas east of Twin Pipeline 1 WIND AT YOUR BACK: (We used two Cajun anchors to get the Bay Flat Sr in positon to where we had the wind at our back in spot # 57. We also tried to do the Oak River Troll, but our speed of 2.4 MPH was a might too much for our lures to get close to the bottom. Unless you fishing a lee shoreline, wind made it difficult to fish with lures.)) 2 MOVING WATER: ( This criteria was way over done it be moving so fast that your lure and/or bait would do a speed run from bow to stern, all without ever touching the bottom.) 3 WATER CALRITY: (Pass from Four Horse to Lake Campo, dirty, dirty, mud dirty, me guess the current had it all churned up. It was strange pass dirty, it created a plume effect, as it entered Four Horse it mushroomed out, but 100 yards left / right water clarity was a 3 plus, looked real good. 4 HOLDING FISH: (Spot # 57, all fish caught here) 5 PATIENTS: (Slow day, but Big Ted and Oneofthepack had a lot to talk about, family, military experience, work, and of course fishing, we even had a one for one fishing story of yeasr gone by. Before we knew it, it was time to move on. 6 SKILL: (Having experienced conditions like today before, me felt it was not a good strategy to run around and try to find fish, we had some action, so we be going to stay put and be satisfied on whatever action we could get at this spot #) 7 LUCK: ( Catching any fish at all) • Anchor up cast & retrieve slowly along the bottom, with a twitch every now and then, tight lining…………………………………(1) Drum, (1) NMR Silverwonder • Drift with the wind cast & retrieve (DWWC&R)……………DID NOT TRY • Oak River Troll (ORT)……………….Nothing wind way to strong!!!! • Reverse Oak River Troll (RORT) ………..DID NOT TRY • Oak River Skim (ORS) ……………DID NOT TRY • Cork ……..Nothing • Lake P Troll (LPT)…………….Did not try • Dead bait………NONE • Live bait………………… (1) Silverwonder, (1) Drum, all other fish • ONEOFTHEPACK ‘S LURE REPERTOIRE OF LURE DU JOURE: • 3” H&H Purple Beetle, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head with gold hook……………Nothing • 3” Chartreuse Glow Beetle, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head w/gold hook………….DID NOT TRY • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head w/gold hook……………Did not try • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H 3/8 oz. round white head w/gold hook……………(1) Silverwonder, (1) Drum • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H 1/2 oz. round white head w/gold hook……………DID NOT TRY • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with 3/4 oz. round lead head ………Did not try • Marker 54 hard plastic shrimp……….. DID NOT TRY REAS / SPOTS / NUMBERS OF THE MAP FISHED: Spot # #57 (2) t, LC-5, 5A, Lc-1, 2, 3, 4, 57, 51B, Submarine hole, stopped fishing at 1:49 PM. OUR REWARDS: • Lived to fish another day • (2) NMR Silverwonders • (2) Drum • (2) Croakers • (3) Fresh water cats • (6) Hard heads • (2) Crabs • (2) Popped lines, BIG fish • (2) Bottoms, 2 popped lines • (1.5) Bushels of grass • At spot # 51B, me either hooked the Big Drum 30# plus pounds that me caught few weeks ago, or the 29 pound Redworrier that Big Jim hooked and release a few days ago. All Big Ted say be he going to spool you, not me says me, me grabbed the spool to put little more pressure on him, line at hook popped, but me really enjoyed the short lived fight. • Perfect sandwiches and drinks as provided by Big Ted, thanks man enjoyed them • Learned how to fish a 20-24 MPH E.N.E wind • Learned to question the “You got to go to know” theory • Spending the day on the water with one of the best fisherperson me know, Big Ted be he. • Best fishing trip of my life, until the next one. FISHERPERSON OF THE DAY: Both of us, it was a very beautiful day, perfect weather cool, low humidity, and the fact that we each even caught fish, made us both fisherperson of the day. SUGGESTIONS: Looks like inside Silverwonder fishing / catching is slowing down, time to check out the outside strategy / technique / presentations and see if the elusive Silverwonders have taken up residency in those areas. It seems Big Pablo & crew had the above in mind, as they made a trip to the rocks, me consider this to be outside, they had some action, me think the wind may have limited their selections of where to fish. Guess me will have to make me 1 or 2 trips to the outside, but it be not one of me favorite areas to fish, getting sea sick not me idea of fishing. Me would rather chase perch than go outside. PONDER OF THE DAY: I fish because the voice in my head tells me to Q&A: Can you think of a fishing time when impossible became possible? TEAM JO-JO’S FUTURE STRATAGEM: Follow up rip Saturday with Big Ted, still need to show him and learn new routes of fish East of Twin Pipeline, until then: Good Fishing Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

May 08, 2020 at 7:35am

TEAM JO-JO: Long weekend, hard to tell what day it is, all me knew was it was a fishing day. Checked with Big Pablo first, he be working. Texted Big Don, no response, so me called him later asks me you want to go, yessum says he. Ask me Big Lucy going, yessum says he, so we all set for our Tuesday trip to our Disney World known as Delacroix Island. SIGNS: • Goodnight sleep • Got FORD transporter back for this trip • Loaded a few items of gear & tackle, long with live bait box • No wildlife sightings along Hwy 11 or 90 • Not many boats on Hwy, gas stations, and/or boat launches • Met up at Team Jo-Jo official meeting place, Waffle House in Chalmette for 4:30 AM • Passed on all the eating place, we on a mission for salad mixings for Big Lucy • Check point Abel water level down 6” • Check point Bravo, water falling at Reggio canal • Reached the home of the Bay Flat Sr, no safety speech, Big Don needed one for sure, he almost fell in the space between the Bay Flat Sr and the dock, down he went, got one foot wet did he. • Yamaha Dream Machine looking like she be idling all night, she be ready to go with very little effort from her battery. • Quick stop at Lionel’s for some ice, go juice, and 50 lively BIG shrimp, Big Don needed some back up. • Off to spot # LC-3 to start our fun day chasing the elusive Silverwonders. CONDITIONS: • Perfect • Wind , 18-22 MPH S.S.E blowing steady all day never let up • Water, open water choppy, but we found many spots to have the wind at our back • Sky, sunny & clear • Temp, mild to warm, not bad, wind kept us cool somewhat • Water level, down 6” • Water Temp , 78.6F • Water clarity on a scale of 1-7, a  Spot LC-3 2 minus  LC-5 3  Spot 57 & 57 A a 3 plus  Spot 51B a 3 plus • Tide, Tail end of a falling tide, turned and started to pour in. • Boats out and about, not many 8-10, they be stacked up on west & east side of pass from Four Horse to Lake Campo REPERTOIRE OF TECHNIQUE / STRATEGY: • Be safe • Have fun • This be me daily therapy for ALL me aliments • Put some run time on the Bay Flat Sr and the Yamaha Dream Machine • Gather Intel for future trips, and to share with fisherperson, (on rodnreel.com) to help assist them in their choice of areas to fish, lures to use and presentation of same to the elusive Silverwonders. • Learn: o Lake Campo & surrounding areas o Locate drop offs, channels, type bottoms, soft, oyster shells, hang ups, etc., etc., o Build up an inventory of spot numbers so can fish rising / falling tides and all wind directions, know / learn where the current lines are. • Bring home some salad mixings for Big Lucy • Try to show Big Don new areas and get him to expand his comfort level when he be running about by himself. 1 WIND AT YOUR BACK: (Tough today, wind very strong, but we used it to our advantage, tide and wind going in same direction, perfect for the Oak River Troll technique.) 2 MOVING WATER: ( Tail end of falling, start of a rising, perfect it be, moving all day, was still pouring in when we came in) 3 WATER CALRITY: (At first me thought it was going to be a wasted trip as it did not look good9 a 2 minus) at our first stop, But as we worked our way back in the clarity improved real good) 4 HOLDING FISH: (Spot 57 & 57 A (new spot)(19)t 5 PATIENTS: (Needed some in the AM, we came across (2) boats working east side of Lake Camo pass, we passed the time away watching 2 fisherpersons wearing the Silverwonders out, this made me day, me now know it possible to find elusive Silverwonders. After we got on them it was steady action doing the Oak River Troll) 6 SKILL: (Having the Oak River Troll as part of our repertoire of techniques / presentations) 7 LUCK: ( Coming across fisherpersons catching, me confidence level sky rocketed to over the top) • Anchor up cast & retrieve slowly along the bottom, with a twitch every now and then, tight lining…………………………………Nothing • Drift with the wind cast & retrieve (DWWC&R)……………DID NOT TRY • Oak River Troll (ORT)……………….(19) Silverwonder caught this way • Reverse Oak River Troll (RORT) ………..DID NOT TRY • Oak River Skim (ORS) ……………DID NOT TRY • Cork ……..(2 Caught • Lake P Troll (LPT)…………….Did not try • Dead bait………NONE • Live bait………………… (2)t, 13r, also all catfish • ONEOFTHEPACK ‘S LURE REPERTOIRE OF LURE DU JOURE: • 3” H&H Purple Beetle, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head with gold hook……………Nothing • 3” Chartreuse Glow Beetle, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head w/gold hook………….DID NOT TRY • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head w/gold hook……………Did not try • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H 3/8 oz. round white head w/gold hook……………(19) Silverwonders Oak River Troll • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H 1/2 oz. round white head w/gold hook……………DID NOT TRY • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with 3/4 oz. round lead head ………Did not try • Marker 54 hard plastic shrimp……….. DID NOT TRY AREAS / SPOTS / NUMBERS OF THE MAP FISHED: Spot # LC-3, 3A, 4, 5A (NEW), 5B (NEW), 5C (NEW), 5 (3)T, 57 (9)T, 57A (10)T, 51C (1)T, stopped fishing at 3:15 PM, 20 minute run back to the home of the Bay Flat Sr. OUR REWARDS: • Lived to fish another day • (23) NMR Silverwonders • (14) Redworries, 13 Ratworriers • (1) Sing Ray • (1) Gaff Top • (6) Hardheads • (1) Crab • (2) Oyster Shells • @ popped lines • (3) Tangled lines • (1) Bushel of grass • Saw bunch of alligators • Saw a PIG swimming across canal did not know what it was, than we made it out a BIG A_ _ black pig, first time me ever see anything like that on the water in Delacroix, don’t know what kind of sing that be. • Learned: o (4) New spot numbers o Techniques / presentations other fisherperson use o Not nice to make fun of someone’s mishap, (Big Don steeping off dock) as me did the same thing when we returned to slip, but me did not get wet. All me could think about was me $800.00 phone, glad it did not get wet • Saw a boat with 5-6 fisherpersons on board wearing the Silverwodners out in Four Horse Lake and cut to Lake Campo, they were reeling them 3-4 at a time, me enjoyed them enjoying their outing • If not catching, me second best outing, watching others catch • Best fishing trip of my life, until the next one. FISHERPERSON OF THE DAY: Hands down Big Don, he lead in all category / divisions / spices / size, he was on a roll of which me could not dodge or catch up with, Big Don fisherperson of the day. SUGGESTIONS: Silverwonders are in, Four Horse, pass to Lake Pato Caballo & Lake Campo has, is, will be the home of the elusive Silverwonders for a few more weeks, “You don’t have to go to know” know this they are in those areas, all you need to know is the right time, technique & presentation. Word is tight lining technique is working better than corks. Add / learn how to do the Oak River Troll it be working well on this trip, and the wind helps you along with it. PONDER OF THE DAY: When you be fishing & nothing is going right, go left. Q&A: Is it easier to fish or to catch? TEAM JO-JO’S FUTURE STRATAGEM: Predicted weather not looking good, go / no go, time to flip a coin to see what to do, until then: Good Fishing Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

April 29, 2020 at 5:15am

TEAM JO-JO: Last time out Monday, been without a truck, Sonofthepack needed a ride to work so me let him use the FORD transporter. So me had no plans to go fishing at all this week. Got a call form Big George, (Thursday night) checking up on me, (was not feeling to good last week) he wanted to see how me be making out. We talked about some fishing, conditions, and what each of us thought. Me was listen and reading between the words, me think Big George was looking to scratch out a fishing trip. But we both agreed it night be best to wait. Friday me up, checking all the fishing post, watching fishing videos, around 7 could not take it anymore, so me called Big George, once again we talking fishing. Says me you want to go, he says Saturday looks good, no says me, now today trip to our Disney World known as Delacroix Island. Lost a few seconds, then Big George say the wind is going to be real bad, (he was right) we might want to wait for a better day. Says me lets plan for next week, says he give me 2 days’ notice, cause it mess up his sleeping, (me too it does) when he knows he be going fishing. Now me did in the water no transportation to go fishing, Sonofthepack gest up and says he has to do paper work, and he be not using FORD transporter today, happy me, me be. Loaded up all me gear in the FORD transporter in no time off me be, SOLO trip to Delacroix. SIGNS: • Been to long off water • Been to long cooped up in abode • Been to long since me had a fishing pole In me hand • No wildlife sightings along Hwy 11 or 90 • No boats on Hwy, gas stations, but me got a real late start, they all be out their already. • Passed on Waffle House, McDonnell, Violet gas station, me on a mission • Check point Abel water level up 12 to 14” • Check point Bravo water pouring out at Reggio canal • Fisherperson all along Delacroix Hwy, where ever they had a wet spot someone was fishing in it • Reached the home of the Bay Flat Sr, she looked surprise to see me • She be swaying back and forth in her slings • Me quickly loaded her up • Yamaha Cream Machine one turn of the key and she be fired up ready will and bale to go. • Made a stop at Lionel’s for some ice, drinks, sandwiches, and 2 pounds of dead bait, me knew it was going to be a long day of fishing. • Off to spot # 51B to start me day. • On the way out 9:25 (5) boats coming back in, this not good sign me think, they either had their limits, or the wind was too hard to fish. • Once me hit the Twin pipeline, more boast coming in, don’t know what happen, but it seemed all fisherperson where going home early. • Reached the honey hole at 9:36 AM CONDITIONS: • Perfect • Wind , East strong, S.S.E 18-20 mph steady all day • Water, choppy, ripples where me be fishing • Sky, Sunny, over cast, sunny over cast, sunny, overcast, kept changing • Temp, mild, put me jumpsuit on at the slip, took it off before me pulled out of slip • Water level, up 12-14” • Water Temp , started out at 67F, got up to 73F • Water clarity on a scale of 1-7, a good 3 plus, looked good all day, once the tide came in in about an hour it went to a 3 minus • Tide, tail end of a falling tide , (took about 3 hours) to come in • Boats out and about, not that many saw about 8-10 running around REPERTOIRE OF TECHNIQUE / STRATEGY: • Be safe • Have fun • This be me daily therapy for ALL me aliments • Put some run time on the Bay Flat Sr and the Yamaha Dream Machine • Gather Intel for future trips, and to share with fisherperson, (on rodnreel.com) to help assist them in their choice of areas to fish, lures to use and presentation of same to the elusive Silverwonders. • Solo trip practice social distancing • Challenge me self to 25 Silverwonders & 5 Redworries • Need some much needed down time • Stake out a place and spend the day there, too much wind to run around • Wait them out, me had the right place, all me needed was the right time 1 WIND AT YOUR BACK: (Tough one today, first boat position was perfect, wind at me back. Re-positon boat to get better angle on them, now fishing cross wind. Had to re-position boat again too far out, this location was perfect, but still had to fish a cross wind.) 2 MOVING WATER: (Strong falling tide, had to wait it out for tide to change, which it did around 1:03 pm started to show signs of coming in, As the evening went along the stronger the current got, when the wind died down a little current slowed up, so did the bites.) 3 WATER CALRITY: (Looked good, see picture of lures in water it be a 3 plus most of the day, latter it be a 3 minus as it was coming in.) 4 HOLDING FISH: (51B, never left this place) 5 PATIENTS: (Needed plenty, from 9:36 to 12:54 was slow, weal slow, cast, cast, cat, nothing, but patients paid off.) 6 SKILL: (Knowing right place, waited for right time) 7 LUCK: ( Got the FORD transporter back so me could make this trip) • Anchor up cast & retrieve slowly along the bottom, with a twitch every now and then, tight lining…………………………………99.9 % Silverwonders caught this way. • Drift with the wind cast & retrieve (DWWC&R)……………DID NOT TRY • Oak River Troll (ORT)……………….(1) Silverwonder caught this way • Reverse Oak River Troll (RORT) ………..DID NOT TRY • Oak River Skim (ORS) ……………DID NOT TRY • Cork ……..DID NOT TRY • Lake P Troll (LPT)…………….Did not try • Dead bait………Catfish, croakers, sting rays, sheepshead • Live bait………………… None • ONEOFTHEPACK ‘S LURE REPERTOIRE OF LURE DU JOURE: • 3” H&H Purple Beetle, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head with gold hook……………100% with this rig Silverwonders caught • 3” Chartreuse Glow Beetle, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head w/gold hook………….Nothing • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head w/gold hook……………Did not try • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H 3/8 oz. round white head w/gold hook……………DID NOT TRY • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H 1/2 oz. round white head w/gold hook……………DID NOT TRY • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with 3/4 oz. round lead head ………Did not try • Marker 54 hard plastic shrimp……….. DID NOT TRY AREAS / SPOTS / NUMBERS OF THE MAP FISHED: Spot # 51B, stopped fishing at 3:30 PM OUR REWARDS: • Lived to fish another day • (29) NMR Silverwonders, 9 Miniwonders • (2) Croakers • (1) Sheepshead • (2) Sting Rays • (9) Hardheads • (4) Oyster shells • (3) Clam shells • (1) Bushel of grass • (2) Extra poles • (2) Tangled lines • Great sandwiches, & drink thanks to Lionel’s • Real nice size fresh dead shrimp, only used 10-12 out of 2 pounds • Relaxing day • Challenging catching day • Game plan worked • Great dinner had we • Best fishing trip of my life, until the next one. FISHERPERSON OF THE DAY: We talked it over, it was either me, meself or I, I lead the dead bait category, meself had the best conversations, but me was nothing but serious about the challenge we made on the ride to Delacroix. SUGGESTIONS: If they was ever a story that lends credence to our motto “YOU GOT TO GO TO KNOW” this be one for sure. PONDER OF THE DAY: There is only one happiness in this life, to fish and catch. Q&A: When fishing do you think crying is a sign of weakness or strength? TEAM JO-JO’S FUTURE STRATAGEM: Nothing plan, was supposed to go with Big Pablo, but no invite to go, so guess me no go and just rest up for next week……………………May be not!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Good Fishing Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

April 18, 2020 at 11:56am

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April 06, 2020 at 9:02am

TEAM JO-JO: Great minds think alike, Big Pablo express some interest, (as did Oneofthepack) in heading out to Lake Campo to see if we could learn the area and some hot spot to fish. Big Adrian be first mate, Oneofthepack be innocent fisherperson for today, down in our Disney World known as Delacroix Island. SIGNS: • Meet up for 5:15 AM at Big Pablo’s abode • Me up at 4:00 AM, did not want to leave house until after 5 AM, Slidell curfew, did not want to be stopped and question why me be out. • As me loaded up the FORD transporter, me notice something, just nothing, no noise, no traffic on I-10, we usually hear the traffic, but there was none today. • It was like a ghost town, no traffic, no people out & about • We did not take Hwy 11, not good it be • No wild life sightings along I-10 or 610 • Did have a bad accident at the base of the green bridge on Paris Road, heading towards New Orleans. • Boast all over the Hwy, in gas stations, and the launches where packed • Passed on Waffle House, McDonnel, did stop at Violet gas station for go juice, ice, and snacks, they had (15) boats in the station, it was challenging to get out of the station. • Police had out speeding signs, they would flash if you were speeding, seems nobody paid any attention to it. • It was a steady line of boast heading south • Check point Able, water level at junction canal, down 10-12” • Check point Bravo water pouring out at Roggio canal • Reggio launch had 5 boast waiting to launch • Me expected Lionel’s line to be back up for blocks, but e aught and in-between time, as they on had 3 boast in front of us. • Launched, got 80 live shrimp • Off to Lake Campo to start our day, 30 minute ride to where we turn off main bayou • CONDITIONS: • Perfect • Wind , calm than 10-12 out of the East, blew all day long • Water, choppy & bumpy • Sky, overcast day, all day, nice it be • Temp, mild temps, sun came out for second got warm, but clouds covered her up, back to mild temps • Water level, down 10-12” • Water Temp , guess 74.6F • Water clarity on a scale of 1-7, a o Lake Campo first spot a solid 5 o Crossed Campo a 3 o 51A, B, C, & D a 5 plus, looked real good, dark looking, clean & clean • Tide, Tail end of a falling tide turned around about 11:58 • Boats out and about, LOTS< LOTS< LOTS, me guess 150 REPERTOIRE OF TECHNIQUE / STRATEGY: • Be safe • Have fun • This be me daily therapy for ALL me aliments • Put some run time on the Bay Flat Sr and the Yamaha Dream Machine • Gather Intel for future trips, and to share with fisherperson, (on rodnreel.com) to help assist them in their choice of areas to fish, lures to use and presentation of same to the elusive Silverwonders. • Check out Lake Campo, find some hot spot # to fish • Observe how others fished the area • Try out some new lures • Try top water lures • Run new routes, learn routes to Lake Campo • Find a spot # with the seven fundamentals / criteria of catching: 1 WIND AT YOUR BACK: (Lake Campo kind of hard to fish with a high wind, but we did manage to find a spot with the wind at our back, and it be a perfect spot to be at, we had all 7 of the criteria’s in this one spot.) 2 MOVING WATER: (Perfect falling than rising, moving all day.) 3 WATER CALRITY: (Looking good all over, Lake John looking real good a 5 plus in this area) 4 HOLDING FISH: (Spot # 51A, B, C, & D) 5 PATIENTS: (Lake Campo we needed some, caught first fish in about 8 minutes, then it was a challenge to find more) 6 SKILL: (Oak River Troll, tight lining, live shrimp presentation) 7 LUCK: (Big Pablo. Bought 80 big lively shrimp from Lionel’s) • Anchor up cast & retrieve slowly along the bottom, with a twitch every now and then, tight lining…………………………………20% caught this way • Drift with the wind cast & retrieve (DWWC&R)……………DID NOT TRY • Oak River Troll (ORT)……………….15% caught his way • Reverse Oak River Troll (RORT) ………..DID NOT TRY • Oak River Skim (ORS) ……………DID NOT TRY • Cork ……..20% Caught this way • Lake P Troll (LPT)…………….Did not try • Dead bait………NONE • Live bait………………… 45% caught this way w/Carolina rig. ONEOFTHEPACK’S LURE REPERTOIRE OF LURE DU JOURE: • 3” H&H Purple Beetle, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head with gold hook……………3 caught • 3” Chartreuse Glow Beetle, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head w/gold hook………….DID NOT TRY • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head w/gold hook……………Did not try • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H 3/8 oz. round white head w/gold hook……………20 caught • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H 1/2 oz. round white head w/gold hook……………DID NOT TRY • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with 3/4 oz. round lead head ………Did not try • Marker 54 hard plastic shrimp……….. DID NOT TRY AREAS / SPOTS / NUMBERS OF THE MAP FISHED: Spot # Lake Campo 3-4 spots, # 51A, B, C, & D, (23)t stopped fishing at 3:35 PM OUR REWARDS: • Lived to fish another day • (38) NMR Silverwonders, (8) Miniwonders • (2) Redworries, (1) Ratworrier • (1) Sheepshead • (1) Croaker • (1) Sting Ray • (10) Hard heads • (2) Oyster shells • (2) Bottoms • (1) Bushel of grass • Learned a few spots in Lake Campo, seems all they do is pound all around the Islands, and fish with corks, that is the technique me saw. • Learned new route to Lake Campo • Learned that live shrimp is the way to go • Great food, snacks, and drinks • Spending the day on the water with 2 of the best fisherperson me know, Big Pablo, and Big Adreian • Best fishing trip of my life, until the next one. FISHERPERSON OF THE DAY: Oneofthepack managed to add a few to the box, stayed true to the lures, me efforts not enough for the honors today. Big Adreian came out quick in Lake Campo, had his share of Oak River Troll, and tight lining catches, but he waited too long to switch over to live and dead shrimp, cause when he went with them he caught cat fish. He came up a little short for the honors today. Big Pablo had a good showing when fishing with lures under a cork, but when it came to Oak River Troll & Tight lining he struggled with these techniques. It was not until they slowed down with the Oak River Troll technique, and we anchored up to fish the strike zone we identified doing the Oak River Troll, that Big Pablo, threw out a live shrimp on a Carolina rig. It was all over for the lures, he just sat their pulling them in one after another, while Big Adreian and Oneofthepack watched, seems Big Pablo had the last laugh. And he is fisherperson of the day. SUGGESTIONS: If you did not get the message in all above, “DON’T LEAVE THE DOCK WITHOUT OF SOME OF BIG LIONEL’S BIG LIVELY SHRIMP” PONDER OF THE DAY: My wife was the best I could get with the boat I had Q&A: To what degree have you actually controlled the course your fishing has taken? TEAM JO-JO’S FUTURE STRATAGEM: Nothing, me think (maybe) me slow down some, 7th & 8th booked with Big Jeff. Good Fishing Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

April 06, 2020 at 8:54am

TEAM JO-JO: Decided today, (1-8-20) was going to be a fishing day in-lieu of a work day, no plans, no first mate, just a solo trip on the water with me, meself, and me aboard the Bay Flat Jr for a relaxing day on the water. SIGNS: • Tough time sleeping • Late get up • Loveofthepack cooked breakfast • Me than decide to go fishing, it now be 10:15 AM • Off to Dock Side to figure out where me be going fishing • S.E. wind 12-15 mph blowing steady • Had me mind made up Lakeshore Estate or bust, me and the Bay flat Jr road out the 2 to 3 foot waves as we headed east, turn out to be a piece of cake. CONDITIONS: • Perfect • Wind S.E. 12-15mph steady as she blew • Water, ripples in the pond, Lake P had some 2 to 3 footers running almost parallel with Twin Span • Sky, Sunny & clear • Temp cool temps, jumpsuit on all day • Water level, down 2 plus feet hard getting off dock to Bay Flat Jr, same when getting up • Water Temp , 58F steady all day • Water clarity on a scale of 1-7, a  Lake P 2 minus  Pond 3, looked dirty all the way in the back • Tide, falling at first than turned and start to come in, you could see the dirty water mixing with the clear water, you could follow the tide as it came in by watching the colors change. • Boats out and about, had 4 Bay Boats and (2) Kayaks • 1 pull Yamaha Nightmare Machine started right up, this be a real good sign TECHNIQUE / STRATEGY: • Be safe • Have fun • Put some run time on Bay Flat Jr. and Yamaha Nightmare Machine • This be me daily therapy for ALL me aliments • Gather Intel for future trips, and to share with fisherperson, (on rodnreel.com) to help assist them in their choice of areas to fish, lures to use and presentation of same to the elusive Silverwonders. • Need some alone time • Needed to relax, get on the water and vent • Try all me new trolling rigs / techniques • See if the Silverwonders wanted to join us for dinner tomorrow • Learn, learn, learn, how to fish the Lakeshore Estate canal system • Bring home dinner, set me goal at 5 Silverwonders, all me needed to have a small fish fry • Find a spot # with the seven fundamentals / criteria of catching: 1 WIND AT YOUR BACK: (No way getting out of it, helped me to troll somewhat, it actually slowed the Bay Flat Jr down when heading into win. 2 (MOVING WATER: (Looked like it moving all evening late evening looked like the pond came to life, fish on top of the water and Pelicans eating them up. 3 WATER CALRITY: (Lake P not good, pond it was a 3 to 3 plus depending how far back up in the pond you went.) 4 HOLDING FISH: ( S.E. shoreline, 15-17 feet of water) 5 PATIENTS: (Reached the honey hole at 11:53, 12:07 first Silverwonder in the boat & box, next bite / catch 2:45 to 3:50 PM, no patients needed today) 6 SKILL: (Notice on me last trip, Silverwonders being caught at an area we never fished before, so me gave it a try today, BINGO!!!!) 7 LUCK: (Making the decision to try a new area) • Anchor up cast & retrieve slowly along the bottom, with a twitch every now and then, tight lining…………………………………DID NOT TRY • Drift with the wind cast & retrieve (DWWC&R)……………DID NOT TRY • Oak River Troll (ORT)………………..DID NOT TRY • Reverse Oak River Troll (RORT) ………..DID NOT TRY • Oak River Skim (ORS) ……………DID NOT TRY • Cork ……..DID NOT TRY • Lake P Troll (LPT)…………….Caught 15T, 1M  S.S. wire w/ Long A lure & trailers caught 1  Lead core caught w/ Rattle Trap & trailers 1M  Power pro caught w/ ¾ oz. jig head w/trailers 15t  Orange & Green trailers caught 95%, Matrix Shad Lemon Drop caught 5%  All matched up with ¾ oz. jig head • Dead bait………NONE • Live bait………………… NONE • LURE DU JOUR: • 3” H&H Purple Beetle, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head with gold hook……………Did not try • 3” Chartreuse Glow Beetle, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head w/gold hook………….DID NOT TRY • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head w/gold hook……………Did not try • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H 3/8 oz. round white head w/gold hook……………DID NOT TRY • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H 1/2 oz. round white head w/gold hook……………DID NOT TRY • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with 3/4 oz. round lead head ………Caught 95% of Silverwonders with this rig, added trailers AREAS / SPOTS / NUMBERS OF THE MAP FISHED: Spot # Lakeshore Estate canal system OUR REWARDS: • Lived to fish another day • (15) Silverwonders. (3) Miniwonders • (1) Mullet • (5) Missed at boat, small trouble hook me think was the problem • (1) Popped line, fish broke me lead core line, hit it so hard like to pole out of my hand • (3) Hits me missed • Trouble hooks caught everything in the boat, including me twice, hate trouble hooks. • Learned a lot to day, this was the best part of the trip, leaning how to fish Lakeshore Canal System • Relaxing evening on the water just what me needed to bring me back down to reality • Lots of cool fresh air • Sun in me face • Dinner for tomorrow • Best fishing trip of my life, until the next one. FISHERPERSON OF THE DAY: Easy call, me, meself, & I it be. SUGGESTIONS: Me tried the S.S. Wire rig, Lead Core rig, and Power Pro rig, comments as follows: • S.S. Wire too hard to manage, will take some time to get used to, hard to get line out, cannot feel the lure like me like to feel, heavy to handle, hard to reel in, but that might be cause me have to reel with me left had. This rig would be me third option to use for trolling. • Lead Core, once again, hard to get line out, heavy rig, me like the feel of it, and me can feel me lure pretty good, hard to reel in, with trailers line to long, (short pole) have to almost stand up to get fish in boat., hard to reel in, this would be me second option for trolling • Power Pro, all very easy to use, line flows right out, can use me thumb to let line out and stop it when me want, feeling of lure good, easy to reel in, setting hook great, fighting fish smooth bring them in, this be me # 1 option for trolling. However a lot of line needs to be let out to get to bottom. • Lures: o Option 3 Long A o Option 2 Rattle traps o # 1 option 3/4oz. jig head w/Matrix Shad Lemon drop o All above should have trailers, orange & green ones w/red hooks Just me suggestions above, works for me is all me can say. PONDER OF THE DAY: Are there limits to fisherpersons creativity? Q&A: Would things get better or worse if fisherpersons focused on what was going wrong rather than what’s going well? TEAM JO-JO’S FUTURE STRATAGEM: Trip with Big Wayne tomorrow, heading to Bayou Bienvenue in the AM, until then: Good Fishing Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

January 11, 2020 at 7:43am

TEAM JO-JO: A whistle blower (WB) contacted me, he had some second, third, and 4th hand Intel, his complaint / concern was that the Silverwonders are back in Lake P. Me question the authenticity of his knowledge, but he assured me it came from a very credible source / induvial who had 5th hand knowledge of the alleged fish story. He indicated he could not confirm any “quid pro quo” took place to gain this knowledge, but he did offer to go with me to confirm the Intel. Me crew for today be Big PJ (not WB) we running round Lake P in the Bay Flat Jr in the AM looking for some action. SIGNS: • Too much time on me hands • Meet up for 6 AM • Bay Flat Jr would be our water taxi • We took the back way to Lake P under the Hwy 11, I-10, and service road bridges, if we were out for mullets we could have sunk many boast with fish, they were all over the place. • Saw (2) Kayas fishing the shoreline • Had 2 boast at the south end of the tracks • Bai all over / in the water • Pelicans cruising the trestles, good sign • Opportunity came for a trip, so me took it • Took forever. (25-40 pulls) to start the Yamaha Nightmare Machine if I did not like it so much me would throw it overboard CONDITIONS: • Perfect • E.S.E. wind calm all day, just a breeze • Calm seas • Sunny & clear • Mild temps • Water level down 10-13” • Water Temp in eh 80’s F • Water clarity on a scale of 1-7 was a solid 4, sill had that brown look to it. • Tide, rising all morning, was hoping it would stop and turn around. • (2) Boats out and about TECHNIQUE / STRATEGY: • Be safe • Have fun • Put some run time on Bay Flat Jr. and Yamaha Nightmare Machine • This be me daily therapy for ALL me aliments • Gather Intel for future trips, and to share with fisherperson, (on rodnreel.com) to help assist them in their choice of areas to fish, lures to use and presentation of same to the elusive Silverwonders. • Check out (WB) complaint / concern, get conformation of same. • Check water condition • See if trolling would produce some bites • Take care of the big itch Big PJ & Oneofthepack had to go fishing. • Find a spot # with the seven fundamentals / criteria of catching: 1 WIND AT YOUR BACK: (What wind) 2 MOVING WATER: (Had plenty, rising all morning, may have been a little too much strong current, need for it to stop and turn around.) 3 WATER CALRITY: (Good, very fishable, clean, clear, but with a little brown look to it) 4 HOLDING FISH: ( 2nd fire break from south) 5 PATIENTS: (None needed not much action, but we be trolling and you never know when / what might happen, Big PJ busy tying lines) 6 SKILL: (Getting the knack of trolling Lake P & the trestles) 7 LUCK: (Finding A fish) • Anchor up cast & retrieve slowly along the bottom, with a twitch every now and then, tight lining…………………………………NOTHING • Drift with the wind cast & retrieve (DWWC&R)……………DID NOT TRY • Oak River Troll (ORT)………………..DID NOT TRY • Reverse Oak River Troll (RORT) ………..DID NTO TRY • Oak River Skim (ORS) ……………DID NOT TRY • Cork ……..DID NOT TRY • Lake P Troll (LPT)……………(1) REDWORRIER • Dead bait………NONE • Live bait…………………NONE • LURE DU JOURE: • 3” H&H Purple Beetle, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head with gold hook…………….NOTHING!!!!!!! • 3” Chartreuse Glow Beetle, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head w/gold hook………….DID NOT TRY • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head w/gold hook……………NOTHING!!!!!!!! • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H 3/8 oz. round white head w/gold hook……………DID NOT TRY • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H 1/2 oz. round white head w/gold hook……………DID NOT TRY • Matrix Shad PURPEL HAZE, matched up with 3/4 oz. round lead head ………(1) REDWORRIER • Marker 54 hard plastic shrimp……….. DID NOT TRY AREAS / SPOTS / NUMBERS OF THE MAP FISHED: Spot # south shore, (west side of trestles) out to 2 ½ fire breaks to the north, trolled up and down, back & forth. OUR REWARDS: • Lived to fish another day • (0) Silverwonders • (1) Redworries • Morning on the water • Smooth sailing • Got to try put some new diving lures • Being on the water with one of the best fisherperson me know, that be Big PJ • Had some great donuts at new donut place, along with some good hot coffee on the way back home, fish not biting, but Team Jo-Jo was, like we were trying to fatten up for the winter. • Best fishing trip of my life, until the next one. FISHERPERSON OF THE DAY: Me guess, you guess, with only one fish caught, it not be a hard decision on who be fisherperson of the day, but it would not be who you think. SUGGESTIONS: Me think a little more time needed for Lake P to turn on, grass needs to go, water needs to clean up a little more, and some salt water needs to move back in. The owner of the boat launch indicated November they be back, he will start having live shrimp than too. PONDER OF THE DAY: If at first you don’t catch, fish, fish, and fish again. Q&A: Where is the line between fishing and not catching? TEAM JO-JO’S FUTURE STRATAGEM: 10/3/19 me next plan trip, Yank coming down to enjoy all that our Disney World known as Delacroix Island has to offer, until then: Good Fishing Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

October 08, 2019 at 12:45am

Cpat Paul,

Please call me to discuss attending and / or arranging a group GPS class

Stanley Fink 504-915-4896 cell

February 28, 2018 at 7:24pm

Recently purchased a Lowrance Hook 5, the screen has a lot of clutter from the surface down to the bottom, cannot distinguish any fish, (if any) between the top and bottom. Any suggestion on how to correct this?

On our old unit (black & white) the fish where symbols of fish in various sizes, does / will the Hook be able to show fish symbols?

Thanks

Good Fishing

Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

July 27, 2017 at 9:48am
A comment titled: Re: What is up with the reports? in response to a report titled: What is up with the reports?

Last time I tried to 0pen, it came up under indicated scheduled maintenance. Plenty reports on FB

September 25 at 7:47am
A comment titled: Re: Sight casting for reds this morning in response to a report titled: Sight casting for reds this morning

I notice on your spoons you have a swivel, looks like a rig attached to lure, and swivel attached to ring, do you buy them that way are do you male your own? What is the best presentation when fishing with god spoon? Do you ever use a silvered spoon? Thanks SF

August 26 at 1:43pm
A comment titled: Re: Decent Trestles Reports 4 26,27 21 in response to a report titled: Decent Trestles Reports 4 26,27 21

Same Intel from Team Jo-Jo 15-20 NMR Silverwonders & 4-6 Flounders. If you like to see fish take a ride out to The Dock, (aka Pointe) around noon and watch boats come in and clean fish at new fish cleaning stations. Good Fishing Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

April 27 at 11:35pm
A comment titled: Re: By Heck in response to a report titled: By Heck

Heck did do a book, me was trying to find one for old time sake.

February 02 at 2:41pm
A comment titled: Re: By Heck in response to a report titled: By Heck

!968 Delacroix was truly a catching paradise, thanks for the reply. Good Fishing Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

February 01 at 3:46am
A comment titled: Re: Quick Rabbit Hunt in response to a report titled: Quick Rabbit Hunt

Brings back many of great memories of hunting trips to Delacroix & Hopedale Thanks Oneofthepack

December 09, 2020 at 3:26pm
A comment titled: Re: Skeet Shooting in response to a report titled: Skeet Shooting

Thanks for intel, lets hook up and make a trip to Lake P and do Lake P troll. 504-915-4896 cell Oneofthepack

December 07, 2020 at 5:30pm

Launch at Hwy 11 at bas of the bridge south shore side, fish the trestles. Same on north side at base of Hwy 11 bridge fish trestles. Find a place around the Blind Tiger (Slidell) launch and fish that body of water behind Blind Tiger Off Paris road in Chalmette, launch at Gulf Outlet Mariner behind hotel, fish in / all around mariner. Fish drop offs, depth finder would be nice. Email me staneyftink@charter.net and we will send you maps for GOM area, & Delacroix area show you where the Redworries are located, H&H purple beetle matched up with H&H round white jig head w/gold hook should do the trick. Good Fishing Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

December 03, 2020 at 4:48pm
A comment titled: Re: Slidell in response to a report titled: Slidell

Lake Borgne shore line from Rigolets to Chef. Good Fishing Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

August 09, 2020 at 7:57pm

Try cut up Speckle trout bellies Good Fishing Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

August 07, 2020 at 2:52pm
A comment titled: Re: saltwater fishing by boat in response to a report titled: saltwater fishing by boat

2 ½ hours away is a long ride to be trailing a boat, (back & forth) me guess they be plenty that do so. As for where to go, with that time line all areas, Laplace, Lake P, Seabrook, Rigolets, Lake Catherin, Lake Borne, Bayou Bienvenue, Hopedale, Shell beach, Delacroix, & Pointe A La Hache is all within your time line. Me have chased many stories / Intel over the years running from area to area, (listed above) to see if the stories and/or Intel was true. Use to have a camp on Bayou Bienvenue, (Poachers Club) brother had one at Hopedale, and Delacroix over the years, ran from area to area chasing the dreams of stories & Intel. Than at an early age (17) Buddy Fredrick introduced me to Delacroix, fished with him for a few years, that be when me decided to pick an area / spot that me would learn the how, what, when, why, where and how of fishing and catching in that area. Me been hunting & fishing Delacroix 50 plus years, 2005 me found a boat slip , (does limit you to Delacroix, but me have Bay Flat Jr 14 foot flat w/25hp Yamaha to fish around the house)down that away, been having the Bay Flat Sr there ever since. If me had to trailer a boat don’t think me would still be making that many, (50-52 year) trip down there as me do. What brought me to Delacroix? • Seasons : o Me favorite, (nothing but lures) October to mid-May, inside great fishing, fresh / salt o Mid May to late September, me fish inside, action a little slow, Silverwonders none existence • Fishing pressure: o At first hardly ever saw a boat o Over the yeasr word got out o GPS made it easy for all to run around o Population of guides have increased o Multiple places to rent a slip, cabin, camp or room to sleep over weekend, makes for a true Sportsmen Paradise to explore and enjoy what Mother Nature has to offer. • Various waters to fish: o Fresh o Brackish o Salt o River (unfortunately last 3 yeasr or so, but this too has some good qualities Fresh water cats) • Various areas to fish: o Right by and/or around the boat launches o Inside o Marsh o Bays o Rivers o Lakes o Outside (Black Bay, Briton Sound) o Me have map laid out with (4) zones, boundaries are, main bayou, Grand Lake, Oak River, Twin pipeline, me fish zones for the last 45 plus years, last 3 years added zone 5, which be East of Twin pipeline and over to Lake Amedee Lake & Robin area, due to river water intrusion from siphon & Mardi Gras Pass. • Wind o Not a problem most of the time, even with very strong winds you can always find a place for a lee shoreline and to have it at your back and be very fishable o Strong winds use to never dirty up the water, not so now, different type bottoms these days. o North, south east wind me favorite, just started to liking west wind, but not as much as the others o Most of the areas, (except lakes, i.e. Little Lake , Lake Camp, Four Horse, Grand Lake, Lake Robin, protected from the winds, smooth easing riding, Lakes can get choppy at times. • Routes / Runs / Paths: o Short protected , (from wind & rough water) runs (inside) o Once you learn:  Bayou Gently  Bayou Terre Aux Boeufs (main bayou to Black Bay)  North / South pipeline (aka Penile canal straight)  Spider pipeline  Twin pipeline  Run to Orange Bayou through Grand Lake  Oak River and how above intersects with them  All above well define on maps, and with a GPS should be real easy to learn  Me have run all over all the above, ran aground 3 times, hit something once, my guess it be pretty almost safe to run around, just need to exercise caution until you learn all the above and the areas you be fishing.  Milk run, once you have your spots, try to pick them so you can fish your way out and/or your way back. Me on a falling tide fish me way out, on an incoming tide me fish me way in. • Species of fish to catch: o Speckle Trout (aka Silverwonders) o White trout o Reds (aka Redworries) o Drum o Sheepshead o Jack Carville o Sharks o Gars o Crabs o Bass o Perch o White bass o Strip bass o Stripers o Big Eyed carp o Fresh water cast o Gaff Tops o Hard Heads o Just about any fresh or salt water species that be out their • Suggestion: o Sign up with Seatow, real comforting to know you have a backup plan o Fish with a guide a couple times to learn the routes, and fishing / catching areas o Or you can jump on board the Bay Flat Sr and me will give you a tour of our milk run as some call it. o Depth finder a must to locate drop offs, and channels o GPS me would have one, get the card it highlights all the routes so me told, me GPS in me head o Lures me use only:  H&H 3” Purple beetle be # 1 lure  Matrix Shad Lemon drop be # 2  H&H 3” Chartreuse glow beetle be # 3  Matched up with H&H round or lead color jig heads w/gold hook, depending on current, (me always says less is best, but you have to be along the bottom, bouncing lure as the current moves it)) me use following weight: • 1/8 oz. • ¼ oz. • 3/8 oz. • Very, very seldom ½ 0z. o Think about renting boat slip, a lot easier than trailing it all around Hope above helps you with your decisions on where to go. If you would like some maps, and/or more info about Delacroix, email me, (stanleyfink@charter.net) and me will email to you. If you have any question, please call me 504-915-4896. Good Fishing Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

June 19, 2020 at 5:09pm
A comment titled: Re: Heavy Duty Aluminum Hulls in response to a report titled: Heavy Duty Aluminum Hulls

Bay Flat Sr, takes a licking and keeps on clicking, had her since 2005. She be the best boat me ever owned, only downside is open water when it be choppy. Pound away, don't hurt her any, but you will feel every bit of her hitting the waves. Good Fishing Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

May 16, 2020 at 7:30am
A comment titled: Re: Looking for someplace to go crabbing in response to a report titled: Looking for someplace to go crabbing

Delacroix

May 08, 2020 at 7:36am
A comment titled: Re: Silverwonder Party Delacroix Way in response to a report titled: Silverwonder Party Delacroix Way

Yes see attach lure

April 18, 2020 at 5:41pm
A comment titled: Re: Silverwonder Party Delacroix Way in response to a report titled: Silverwonder Party Delacroix Way

Challenging day enjoyed every second of it

April 18, 2020 at 2:16pm

Call me 504-915-4896 cell Stanley FInk (aka Oneofthepack)

August 19, 2019 at 6:20pm

Delacroix

March 22, 2019 at 5:52am
A comment titled: Re: Looking for fish in response to a report titled: Looking for fish

Give me a call 504-915-4896

Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack (aka Stanley)

January 15, 2019 at 6:39am
A comment titled: Re: Lack of ducks in response to a report titled: Lack of ducks

Lack of ducks, lack of trout, could this be????????????

January 12, 2019 at 7:10am
A comment titled: Re: Where to Find Windshields in response to a report titled: Where to Find Windshields

https://www.ebay.com/bhp/taylor-made-windshield

January 04, 2019 at 8:58am
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