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Charles Allo was back onboard again with his crew and experienced a trout slam!! Double rigged Matrix Shad went to work early and put a hurt on the big specks. What a great trip for these guys once again, 125 limit. A big ole bull red even ate a Avocado Matrix Shad on the double rig, which made for a great fight and memories. We left them biting, as the last two fish came flying over the gunnel two at a time!! Long time customer Petey Kern was back onboard the Bluewave today! We started out the morning slinging the big specks in on double rigged Matrix Shad. The box filled quickly until the tide quit, then things slowed to a crawl. We made one move and found a hot bite finishing off our limit of 125 nice specks! Always a good time and limits with this crew. Thanks guys for the continued business. Big thanks to Capt Austin Lacour for running the second boat with James N from Ruston. They slammed the specks also. Ron Bello’s crew spent the night last night at the lodge and fished today. With the winds up and rain in the forecast, we stayed close and fished reds. Gold spoons went to work as the first red bit quick. The rest were real finicky and came slow. We worked hard and grinded out a good catch. Good times with these guys and we were back before the rain hit. Big thanks to Capt Kevin Labat for running the second boat and Capt Shawn P Whitney for taking care of James Norman on his second day. I helped out Capt T today with a three boat charter. It was too windy for trout, so we hit the shallow ponds up and spoon fed the reds. Good times with these guys as they picked our limit of pumpkins out the patch all morning. Thanks Capt T for setting it up. Made it back and cleaned fish before the rain. Day two today with my same crew as yesterday! We tried for trout first thing but found rough dirty water. Turned around and headed for the reds!! They didn’t disappoint, as the bite was better today then yesterday!! We found the reds schooled up and crushing our gold spoons! Four fish did come under the Four Horsemen Tackle corks also. We left the fish biting and Headed in before the heat got too bad!! What a great two days with these guys smashing the reds. Thanks Capt Miller for setting it up. Capt Marty LaCoste 985-856-4477 www.absolutefishingcharters.com

June 09 at 9:21am

Corey Louis was Back with me today with a crew. The wind machine was back pumping 26 mph this morning, but we still focused on trout. We had to use that live shrimp stuff under the Four Horsemen Tackle corks as they were tight lipped and would not hit the plastics. We worked hard and grinded out a mess of specks. Always a good time fishing with Corey, thanks again. Matt Adams was back with me today with his dad and his two sons. 8 yr old Ryan and 6 yr old Henry. It was the two boys first fishing trip ever, and they had a blast r̾eeling in the specks on double rigged Matrix Shad. Glow and Avocado were the ticket. Thanks again Matt for the continued business. Thanks to Capt Lonnie Barr for taking care of the guys with Cardinal Services, they had a great catch too. Crushed them on day one of the Houma Oilmans. My Cardinal Service crew put the hurt on the big specks using double rigged Matrix Shad and the Shrimp TKO Matrix under the Four Horsemen Tackle corks What a great day it was, finally some nice weather and calm winds. Big thanks to Capt Lonnie Barr, Capt Kevin Labat for running the other two Cardinal Service crews and Capt Travis Miller and Capt Jared Broussard for taking care of the Oilstates crews also Capt Casey Lombard for taking care of David Booths crew. Everyone loaded the box’s. Day two for the Houma Oilmans with my Cardinal Services crew was another successful trip. It was a boat parade out there today, but my crew still put the hurt on the fish on double rigged Matrix Shad. The fish today were a lot smaller then they have been as we threw back 2-3 times the amount of fish we kept. We even got a big bull red on the line. Great time with these guys once again, thanks again. Big thanks to Capt Lonnie Barr, Capt Kevin Labat for running the other two Cardinal Service crews and Capt Travis Miller and Capt Jared Broussard for taking care of the Oilstates crews also Capt Casey Lombard for taking care of David Booths crew. Everyone loaded the box’s. Another trout slam today with customer Chad Braden and crew. Good having them back on the Bluewave! It was Hamma time first thing this morning with Chad reeling in multiple 19-20 inch trout on double rigged Matrix Shad. We made a quick move once the big trout bite slowed and got on a every cast bite. We had to pick through a load of small fish, but it was fun for my crew to catch them non stop. We put the limit on ice and left them biting. The last 5-10 fish we caught on the Holy Joly Matrix under the Four Horsemen Tackle corks. Another great trip with Chad, thanks again. Big thanks to Capt Shawn P Whitney for running the second boat with Trenton Strange’s crew. They put a good lick on the fish too. Capt Marty LaCoste 985-856-4477 www.absolutefishingcharters.com

June 03 at 3:43am

John Dongieux and family were back onboard with me. We set out for trout once again with the winds blowing 25 mph. First stop had a keeper trout on first cast!! Then basically nothing would bite, we drifted and drifted, moved around fishing points and current lines and structure with no luck. Only a couple more keeper trout and some throw backs so we switched gears to redfish. We found the same thing, a few reds and a couple big bay snapper. We fished long and hard for our catch. Thanks guys for sticking it out. Thanks to Capt Kevin Labat for running the second boat with Greg Laurent. Capt Kevin and Jared took care of Josh Cowart’s crew yesterday for me. It was another tough day, but they were able to put a mess of trout together. Thanks guys. Taylor Matherne and family joined me on the Bluewave. We headed out for trout and got invaded by Googans!! Motoring within ten feet of where we were catching fish, Olympic anchor toss, big motoring again, second anchor toss....Well we obviously didn’t catch another fish, so I left the entire area. My crew wanted to catch reds, so to the marsh we went. It didn’t take long and we had the pumpkins coming in to take a ice bath! We caught about 5 on plastic then started throwing shrimp on the bottom. We caught 22 reds keeping 14. We added some bass, bay snapper, and flounder to the mix also. Great day with great people. Thanks Capt T Miller for setting it up. Big thanks to Capts’s Shawn p, Kevin Labat, Jared Broussard for taking care of my Gainnie Lumber crew. They all came in with trout and some reds. Thanks to Capt Elton Rodrigue for taking care of Trent Erwin and crew they also had some trout then hit the bull reds. Good times by all. Day two with Taylor Matherne, Kathryn Matherne, and Christian Matherne, found us slamming the specks. Double rigged Matrix Shad did the trick, as the big specks were hungry. Great two days with this family. Thanks Capt Miller for setting it up. Big thanks to Capt Kevin Labat for taking care of my good customer Rick Woolsey from California. They had a great day busting up the specks also. Long time customer Rick Woolsey from California was back with me today on his yearly trip. The guys caught trout yesterday with Capt Kevin so today they wanted to fish for reds and bass. We started out the morning catching a bunch of bass, keeping 20. We had one big red break off on a gold spoon and none to hit shrimp. We changed zip codes and found pristine crystal clear water and started sight casting to reds. We hooked 12 reds out of 25 we saw boating 8. What a awesome experience for these guys as we have never had the opportunity to do this before on any of our trips together. Thanks again guys for the continued business over the last 12 years, always a pleasure fishing with you. Capt Marty LaCoste 985-856-4477 www.absolutefishingcharters.com

May 28 at 3:42am

Day 2 with Home Bank crew had us trout fishing again. We found a slower bite but the quality was much better. Once the big girls quit, we moved and found a every cast bite but most were all 11 inch fish. After another move we found another every cast bite with small fish. It was one keeper to 6-7 throw backs. The future stock of trout is looking good, as we are catching tons of 11 - 11 3/4 trout everywhere!! My crew had non stop action and put a nice box of fish together. Great time fishing with these guys again. Thanks Capt T for putting the trip together. Big thanks to Capt Elton for taking care of Francis Mayer’s crew for me, they also had a great day. I helped out Capt T again today. With the winds blowing 25 mph we decided to stay protected and catch reds. We started out throwing bait shrimp under the Four Horsemen Tackle corks not having any luck. We switched to throwing gold spoons and it was on!!! One red also hit a purple haze Vortex Shad. My crew ended up hooking into 23 reds getting 17 into the boat. Great time watching the Reds in the clear water. Thanks T for setting it up. Big thanks to Capt Lonnie Barr for taking care of Brian and David, Capt Elton Rodrigue for taking care of Francis Mayer, Capt Shawn p and Capt Kevin Labat for taking care of Cody Lenert’s crew. Everyone had a blast. Day two helping Capt T. We started the morning out picking pumpkins out the patch on spoons. My crew wanted to try to catch some bulls so with the weather approaching we left the patch to soak crabs. My crew hooked three before we were ran in by storms. Thanks T for setting it up. Big thanks to Capt Lonnie Barr Capt Kevin Labat and Capt Shawn P Whitney for taking care of Cody Lenert’s crew. Coach Rodney Guin and his crew were back with me today on the Blue Wave Boats. Our first stop had us reeling in trout on double rigged Matrix Shad. Our next couple stops the guys put the smackdown on some nice trout and played catch and release with smaller trout every cast. http://matrixshad.com/shop/shrimp-creole-tko-shrimp/ under our Four Horsemen Tackle corks put a solid hurt on the fish today. It’s always a pleasure fishing with these guys. Thanks Coach for the continued business. Day two with Coach Rodney Guin and crew has the winds blowing 28 mph upon departing the dock. Coach likes to catch trout so that’s what we set out for. It was a pretty easy ride out to the trout grounds, our first stop found no fish. Our second stop had trout coming in from the first cast!! We had non stop action catching, but tons of 11-11.5 inch trout. We made several moves never finding a good bite again as the winds peaked at 32 mph. We probably had 100 trout hit the deck of the Blue Wave Boats, but only 27 keepers made the cut. We came into the marsh and it was so windy we could barley fish. After drifting one bank and only catching one bay snapper my guys threw in the towel. We headed in at noon for them to shower up at the lodge and make their drive home. Great two days guys, I look forward to your return in July. 985-856-4477 www.absolutefishingcharters.com

May 23 at 3:01am

Day 1 with INOLECT, we slept in late waiting on the weather to pass. It looked like we had a window so we took it. As soon as we got to our second location, the sky fell!! We retreated to a camp and waited the storm out. Once the rain quit we had five reds in the box quick. We moved to where we left them biting the previous day and only one decided to bite. One more move and we found five more on Green Hornet Matrix Shad before calling it quits. Always a fun time with this crew. Thanks Capt T for running the second boat. Day 2 with Inolect had us trout fishing!! We woke up to calm winds as the forecast was wrong again but in our favor! We found clean water and some big trout. Nothing better than watching big yellow mouths shaking their heads coming to the boat!! What a great time with some great guys. Big thanks to Capt T for running the second boat putting his crew on the reds and to Shawn P for all the great food! Can’t thank Lonnie Barr with Inolect enough also for the continued business and friendship over the past 11 years. Ricky and Linda Barbera we’re back onboard the Blue Wave Boats today with me. With the North wind blowing and a low tide we decided to catch reds. After a late start and our first two stops being a bust, we found the hefty reds stacked up. It was quick action under the Four Horsemen Tackle corks with fresh bait shrimp. Once the tide quit the bite shut down. We waited it out and the bite was back on. A big school of sharks showed up and shut the bite down. #15 was left swimming to be caught another day. It was a great time once again with this lovely couple. Thanks for the continued business. New Customer Greg Metcalf with Deano’s Pizza and his buddy joined me today on the big Blue Wave Boats. We found a slow bite at our first three stops, then hit the motherload of trout!! We had them coming in every cast as fast as you could throw them Live shrimp things in the water!! Our most productive bite was under the Four Horsemen Tackle corks. I did catch some on avocado Matrix Shad on a double rig, but that live bait stuff produced for the first time today for us. It was a blast fishing with these guys, thanks again. Greg mentioned this was his first real trout slam ever, glad I was able to be a part of it. Can’t wait to sample that pizza tonight!! My lucky charm crew were back with me today. Josh Gillen, Mike Gillen, and Drew Carlin. These guys have been fishing with me for around 11 years and we always seem to slam the fish! It was fast and Furious at our first stop as we put 40 trout in the Blue Wave Boats on double rigged Matrix Shad in the first 20 minutes! Once the smoke settled we had 65 cooling down in the box! Our second move had us to 83 and the dolphins shut the bite down! One last stop and it was as fast as we could throw the baits out! We left them biting every cast. Always a blast having this crew onboard. Thanks guys for the continued business. Got in early this morning with a 100 iced down. We cleaned fish, I cleaned out the boat, loaded back up with another crew, and were headed back out. It was windier this afternoon and we found a much slower trout bite. It was almost non existent until around 5 pm. We ended up putting a small mix of trout together in between all the trash fish! Thanks Capt T for setting up the trip. Capt Marty LaCoste 985-856-4477 www.absolutefishingcharters.com

May 17 at 4:01am

Cliff Fenton and family were back with me. We had a stiff North wind blowing which limited us to where we could fish. We found some flocks of birds diving and started catching a bunch of 11 inch fish with only a handful of keepers. Around 8am we switched gears to redfish. We found a slow bite picking away at another handful of reds. Around 12 the winds were dead calm so we headed out into the lake which was slick calm! It was back to trout fishing till around 2:30. We found a slow bite and picked away at them. It was a weird bite as the fish were short striking the bait which made it hard to hook them. One lonely bull red also hit a Matrix Shad which made for a fun fight. Thanks again guys for a great day on the water. Today I had Brodie Broussard and crew onboard. These guys were ready and had their game faces on, look out trout! We found dingy stained water at our first stop and I wasn’t sure if they were going to bite, but they did!! It didn’t take long for the trout to start feeding on our double rigged Matrix Shad lures! We picked away and had a couple good runs of catching. Most of the fish went 16-19 inches. When things slowed down we made a few moves chasing birds picking up a few keepers, but most the fish were under 11 inches. Tons of small fish under all the flocks of birds we fished, which is a good sign for the future stock. Good customer Tim Balin and Mark Maclean were back with me today. We found a good trout bite in less than favorable conditions with all this wind. That Matrix Shad Shrimp Creole Shrimp TKO under the Four Horsemen Tackle corks put a hurt on the fish today. We brought along some of that live bait stuff again for insurance. Always a fun time fishing with these guys, looking forward to what we find Tomorrow. Day two with Mark Maclean and Tim Balin found storms early this morning and 30 mph winds!! We went back to sleep for another hour and left after day break! Trout was out the question so we targeted reds deep in the marsh. Slow steady bite most of the morning until we changed zip codes and found a pile of reds in one lil 30 yard stretch!! Shrimp under the Four Horsemen Tackle corks hooked 5 and Matrix Shad soft plastics hooked 10 (unfortunately 3 got off before getting into the net). Great two days with these guys, always a pleasure fishing with you. Looking forward to your return in November. Edward Kane and wife from Connecticut and bro in law Matt fished with me today. 20 mph winds had us red fishing again. We had a slow steady bite all morning on shrimp under the Four Horsemen Tackle corks. After changing zip codes we found a incredible bite on the Green hornet Matrix Shad with a gold spinner. Ed was on fire as he had the hot rod and must have hooked ten reds!! What a great day with great folks, thanks again for such a incredible day. 985-856-4477 www.absolutefishingcharters.com

May 10 at 7:23am

Another great day with Gaiennie Lumber, thanks Dan Sullivan for the continued business. We found a slower trout bite this morning than we expected. Lots of small trout today in the mix that we could not keep. Once the winds kicked up to 20mph plus and the trout were in lockjaw mode, we switched to plan B. It paid off, as my crew wore out the reds, bay snapper, and pup drum on one point....we never moved the boat. Many more fish came off at the boat before they made it into the net. These guys had bent rods and big smiles, that always makes me happy!! It was a great day with many memories made with these guys. Thanks Capt Kevin Labat for running the second boat putting your crew on a awesome catch also. Good times for sure, we look forward to your return. 985-856-4477 www.absolutefishingcharters.com

May 05 at 3:02am

20 plus mph winds today for the bread crew! As soon as we pulled up this morning it was every cast on the Matrix Shad Shrimp TKO under the Four Horsemen Tackle corks. The bite didn’t last long as soon as the winds started blowing. We picked away the rest of the morning, then headed to fish the ponds the last hour. First cast and AJ hooked a nice red on a Green Hornet Matrix. It was looking good!! We sight casted two more reds that didn’t bite, then my crew threw in the towel. Thanks guys for a great day. Thanks to my buddy Capt T for putting the trip together. 985-856-4477 www.absolutefishingcharters.com

May 03 at 4:36am

Helped out Capt T today with a five boat trip for Craines Electric. Calm winds equals a Trout Slam!!! The Matrix Shad Shrimp Creole TKO put a hurt on the fish today under the Four Horsemen Tackle corks. We caught several also tight lining double rigged Matrix Shad. We put some of that live bait stuff on the boat today for the first time this year and most of it will be used for bait to catch reds. Good time with these guys busting up the trout. Thanks Capt T for setting it up. 985-856-4477 www.absolutefishingcharters.com

April 29 at 8:03am

Day 1 Good customer Brian Thompson and David Bowley from Texas were back with me today. North winds and low tide threw a wrench in our original plans. We slept in a little later and departed with the sun up. I decided to check some areas I haven’t fished in a while, and our first stop had the Four Horsemen Tackle corks going down one after another! We put a small mess of decent specks on ice before the bite went dead. We tried four other areas for trout with no luck, then switched our focus to reds. We picked away at the reds also under the corks with bait shrimp and caught two on artificial. They made us work for them today! Day 2 we found a good school of trout catching almost every cast but they were all 11.5 inch fish. We kept six trout, with the winds blowing we were limited to where we could fish. We tried to go long but only found chocolate water. We retreated to the marsh for reds once the water was high enough. We fished for a couple hours without a single bite. Around noon we started to see some reds in the clear water. My guys sight casted to about 20 reds and six bit. Long tough day but it ended up nice sight casting these reds watching them bite. Always a pleasure fishing with these guys. The steaks and crawfish were delicious!! Thanks for everything guys. 985-856-4477 www.absolutefishingcharters.com

April 29 at 7:49am

Quick father/son trip this morning. Capt Lonnie and I spent the night at the camp and took our boys fishing today. We found a slow bite all morning, as they didn’t bite like yesterday. We picked at them for about three hours then headed in, as the boys had enough!! Always fun with the kids making memories. 985-856-4477 www.absolutefishingcharters.com

April 26 at 5:40am

Great day whacking and stacking a limit of 75 specks with Philip and Mason Guilbeau. Double rigged Matrix Shad and shrimp-creole-tko-shrimp under the Four Horsemen Tackle corks put a hurt on the specks. What a great day fishing with these guys again, I look forward to the next trip. Trout are showing up in good numbers when winds are calm. Things are looking real good for our summer run of trout. 985-856-4477 www.absolutefishingcharters.com

April 25 at 3:52pm

Tim Holloway and son joined me today on the Blue Wave Boats. We found a slow bite this morning with no tide movement. After a couple moves we started slinging in the trout on double rigged Matrix Shad tight lined and Vortex Shad kamikaze under the Four Horsemen Tackle corks. The bite was a lot slower today with barley any tide movement to talk about and the average size of the fish were a bit smaller. We had some 18-19 inch fish, but not as many as yesterday. Great time fishing with these guys today. Tomorrow will be a washout and Friday looks to be blowing 30-35 mph, we will plan to be back on the water by Saturday. 985-856-4477 www.absolutefishingcharters.com

April 18 at 11:03am

Can’t believe no one called to fish today in this great weather! Since my oldest son Seth is out of school all week for Easter break, we decided to go ourselves. What a incredible morning we had putting the smack down on a limit of fat trout. They couldn’t resist our double rigged Matrix Shad in glow color and under the Four Horsemen Tackle corks it was Shrimp Creole and Vortex Kamikaze. Trout were caught over reefs and went 14-19 inches. Memories made today that will last the rest of my life! 985-856-4477 www.absolutefishingcharters.com

April 17 at 4:05am

What a difference a day can make, we worked hard today. Allyson Levitt from Houma and her family in town from London joined me today. We were greeted with calm winds and clean water. We started right where we busted them up yesterday thinking it was going to be on fire!! No luck at all, as the fish had lock jaw. We made a move to another location we caught at yesterday, but with other boats in the area we couldn’t get to the fish. We kept our distance and moved on, not to disrupt the bite of the other boaters. Three more stops with no results, so plan B went into effect!! As our luck would have it we were always in the wrong place at the wrong time!!! It all made sense when I found out we had bananas in the boat...LOL. After the bananas were removed from the boat, we moved on and fished five other locations. We found a extremely slow bite, picking up a few reds and a drum. Not the day I was expecting after yesterday, but all and all it was a very enjoyable day with my crew. The kids did awesome casting and catching a few fish. Thanks again Allyson, I enjoyed y’all company. Today will go down as the windiest day I’ve ever fished!! Helped out Capt T with a three boat charter. Winds were blowing 26 mph when we left the dock! We picked away a some reds before the the water turned to mud everywhere. We made a few moves and found some puppy drum biting every cast, we were able to put 7 keepers on ice. I’d say we did pretty darn good as we had sustained winds at 37 with Gust well over 40 mph. Good times with these guys in the worst conditions I’ve ever fished in! Thanks Capt T for putting the trip together. Capt Marty LaCoste 985-856-4477 www.absolutefishingcharters.com

April 14 at 8:56am

Long time customer Robert Duffy and crew were back onboard with me today. We found a hot trout bite early this morning and had them coming in every cast. Kamikaze Vortex Shad under the Four Horsemen Tackle corks did the trick today. The reds hit the Limbo Slice and Green Hornet Matrix Shad tight lined. Always a pleasure fishing with these guys. Thanks for the continued business over all these years. Pat Mcfarlain was back with me again today with his friend Bubba. These guys put a hurt on the specks, as they were feeding heavy on our Matrix Shad lures. Tight-lined and under the Four Horsemen Tackle corks did the trick, as we had them in a frenzy this morning coming into the Blue Wave Boats every cast! What a great day with these guys! Thanks again guys. Capt Marty LaCoste www.absolutefishingcharters.com 985-856-4477

April 14 at 8:47am

Good customers Michael Tuite, Matt and Nick Davis we’re back with me. We found a slow bite at every stop. We covered a lot of water not finding many fish anywhere we went. Always fun with these guys even though it was a tough day. New customer Mike Hebert and crew wanted trout, so trout is what we focused on. We found pretty green water at our first stop and trout wanting to bite. We picked away under corks and tight lined, but the bite never got hot. The fish went into lockjaw mode by 9:30, then the winds started blowing 20 mph plus and it was over. We searched high and low and never got on a good bite the rest of the day. These guys were a blast to fish with, thanks again. Bubba Meyers and crew were back onboard with me this morning. Strong North winds, low water, dirty water made it quite a challenge. We grinded it out most of the day fishing for trout, then fished for reds the last hour. We had a Shrimp Creole as jewelry early in the morning after the first few cast. After a little surgery we were back to work!!!! Thanks again guys for sticking it out in less then favorable conditions. Will this weather ever give us a break???? Capt Marty LaCoste 985-856-4477 www.absolutefishingcharters.com

April 14 at 8:42am

It was great having good customer Dave Wilson from Texas back onboard with me, his son Andy joined us also. We found a slower bite today, but the quality of fish made up for it. Today we caught equally tight lined and under a cork. We found a very slow moving tide that didn’t help the bite today. Glow and Lemon Head Matrix Shad accounted for all of our fish. All in all we had a great time with great company reeling in some quality specks. Thanks Dave for the continued business. 985-856-4477 www.absolutefishingcharters.com

March 23 at 8:35pm

Darrell Cedotal and his girlfriend joined me today on the Blue Wave Boats and experienced a fast and furious bite. My crew was slinging the trout in every cast with the Duce Rods, as the trout ate up our Lemon Head and Shrimp Creole Matrix Shad under the Four Horsemen Tackle corks. It sure is nice to finally have some nice weather and the hungy trout showing up all over. Thanks again Darrell for a great morning. 985-856-4477 www.absolutefishingcharters.com

March 22 at 4:47pm

Pat Mcfarlain and crew were back onboard the Blue Wave Boats with me today. The guys smoked the specks on lemon head Matrix Shad under the Four Horsemen Tackle corks. What a awesome day of catching. Thanks guys for the continued business, it was a blast fishing with you guys once again. 985-856-4477 www.absolutefishingcharters.com

March 22 at 4:43pm
A comment titled: Re: Dularge Trout in response to a report titled: Dularge Trout

We left from my dock at the end of Dularge past Jugs. The tide was falling when we were on our best bite and water temperature was 64 degrees. We had a strong South wind so we had to stay protected on the South banks out of the wind, this is where we found the cleanest water also. Fish are starting to show back up on the inside waters (lake Mechant, Sister Lake, etc) all the way down to the coast. So far things are pointing to a good trout bite this Spring.

February 08 at 6:35am
A comment titled: Re: All About the Kids Catching Specks in response to a report titled: All About the Kids Catching Specks

Your right about that!! No one ever has said 'wish I had worked more' Thanks, it definitely was a special day. He hasn't stopped asking when can we go again!! I plan to take him more in the future for sure.

December 04, 2018 at 10:18am
A comment titled: Re: Good as it Gets Trout Slam in response to a report titled: Good as it Gets Trout Slam

Sister and Mechant areas mostly. Hearing multiple good reports from Decade also, but I haven't been there personally.

December 04, 2018 at 10:13am
A comment titled: Re: Fast and Furious Trout Slam in response to a report titled: Fast and Furious Trout Slam

Trout have been almost everywhere. We have been focusing on reefs, points, and current lines.

December 01, 2018 at 12:05pm
A comment titled: Re: Another full week of catching in response to a report titled: Another full week of catching

Pics

June 08, 2018 at 3:35am
A comment titled: Re: Dularge Trout and Reds in response to a report titled: Dularge Trout and Reds

Find clean water is most important. We haven't seen and shrimp or birds diving yet, hopefully they will show up by the weekend.

March 12, 2018 at 3:31pm
A comment titled: Re: Lake Decade Submerged Object in response to a report titled: Lake Decade Submerged Object

No, it has not been marked.

February 28, 2018 at 8:58pm
A comment titled: Re: More Redfish Limits in response to a report titled: More Redfish Limits

Correct its a Ridgid reciprocating saw the handheld model. Can be bought at Home Depot or you can also contact Andrew Messenger 225 329 3295 he sells the knifes and the blades. We use them to clean all of our redfish, drum, and sheephead.

February 26, 2018 at 12:03pm
A comment titled: Re: Easy Trout Limits in response to a report titled: Easy Trout Limits

No sir I run a Bluewave, best bay boat on the water.

November 11, 2017 at 2:38pm
A comment titled: Re: Anonymous Crew Bust the Specks again in response to a report titled: Anonymous Crew Bust the Specks again

Mostly all school trout right now, having to weed through hundreds of small fish. Seems like each day though more keepers are showing up.

September 25, 2017 at 11:00am
A comment titled: Re: Another great Trout Bite in the Wind in response to a report titled: Another great Trout Bite in the Wind

Right now I'm not 100% sure. If I had to make a guess I would say no.

June 20, 2017 at 6:20pm
A comment titled: Re: dularge trout and reds in response to a report titled: dularge trout and reds

Fish were showing up in the lakes last week when it was warm. The last few days with the big drop in water temps and high winds we couldn't fish the lakes. Finding protection and clean water was key. Weather is looking better for the weekend and winds will be somewhat calmer. Fish May between winter spots and spring spots. Finding clean water in protected areas will probably be your best bet, not sure if open water in the lakes will be clean or not. Good luck.

March 16, 2017 at 8:09pm
A comment titled: Re: A Wet Friday in response to a report titled: A Wet Friday

I was surprised when I saw you headed back out in the rain!! Looks like it paid off though. Hard Core!

February 21, 2017 at 11:04am
A comment titled: Re: Cold & Windy Trout Slam in response to a report titled: Cold & Windy Trout Slam

Dularge

January 28, 2017 at 8:15pm
A comment titled: Re: Trout Explosion in response to a report titled: Trout Explosion

Dularge

January 12, 2017 at 8:15am
A comment titled: Re: Lake Decade Submerged Object in response to a report titled: Lake Decade Submerged Object

Wow. Apache could have some major law suits on their hands. Sure hope they get wind of it and eliminate the problem.

January 11, 2017 at 7:00pm
A comment titled: Re: Lake Decade Submerged Object in response to a report titled: Lake Decade Submerged Object

Hopefully Apache will take note and take care of the problem before they get presented with a law suit. Someone could really get hurt from this.

January 07, 2017 at 9:29pm
A comment titled: Re: Lake Decade Submerged Object in response to a report titled: Lake Decade Submerged Object

Not that I know of. No.

January 07, 2017 at 9:28pm
A comment titled: Re: Lake Decade Submerged Object in response to a report titled: Lake Decade Submerged Object

Found out it was Apache that plugged the well in 2010 and records show it was cut 15 inches below the mud line. Obviously the pipe was still sticking up a good 3 ft from the bottom when I hit it in 2012. I wonder how many other people have hit it since then.

January 07, 2017 at 4:44pm
A comment titled: Re: Catch and Release Day in response to a report titled: Catch and Release Day

Thank you also Tony for providing a great site to share information. I've been super busy also between fishing, deer hunting, and family time. Hope you and your family also had a Merry Christmas and a safe Happy New Year.

January 03, 2017 at 10:59am
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