Bobby Lynn's Marina & RV Park

 209 Moore Road Leeville, LA 70357

Hours of Operation

Year Round

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About Us

 RV SITES offer spacious lots & full hook-ups(50amp) with wet slip to keep your boat moored just outside your rig. Back down launch on site for guests. We offer long and short term sites. Daily, monthly and yearly terms.  Pull through sites available upon request. Bath house and Laundry for guests only.
WET SLIPS -are easy to access and we offer several different sizes to accommodate large and small vessels. Dockside fuel and Ice are available.
 HOISTS – we have several to rent or you can lease a slip and install your own. Piers and pilings and utilities are in place already, just install and your done. We can help in that process as well.
DRY STORAGE – Our storage bays are 12X36X14’ clearance. They rent on a yearly basis. Pricing includes free launching and an overnight wet slip is available.
HOUSEBOAT SLIPS – Shore power available on request. Rates vary on size.
CHARTER FISHING – Inshore and Offshore trips available. Any size party is welcome.
LODGING – Waterfront with wet slips provided at no additional fee

OUR ADVANTAGE TO YOU IS: Minutes from Port Fourchon - Bell Pass to offshore and surf fishing. Protected waters to fish on windy days behind the barrier islands of Grand Isle, Timbalier, Leeville and Golden Meadow minutes from your site. Charter trips in your boat to learn the area are available.

Hurricane Ida did no damage to the fishing in Leeville. I fished Friday morning with guys from texas & they had a ball. We had our limit of reds by lunch. Trout & drum to boot.
Bobby Lynn
985-637-0118 or 985-396-2678

man, I don't know about you but I'm ready for some trout fishing this spring.BOBBY LYNN"S Marina is completely remodeled inside & out. New MID WEEK RATES $69.99 per night for up to 4 persons. All the guides are ready to take you out too!! I'll be at the boat show in New Orleans this weekend, come by the Hook & Line booth to say hi & talk fishing.See you there.

Bayou Lafourche. While the recent reports have been slow fishing at best, the warming trend this week is what the doctor ordered. Big Drum & redfish have started to show up on the shell banks in Leeville. Fish from Bobby Lynn's Marina north of the bridge to the Chevron heliport south of the bridge. You want to fish slow to a dead stop on the bottom with dead shrimp or a live cockahoe. The bite is slow, so be patient. This pattern has produced regularly this week & the catch has been redfish, Bull drum & a few trout mixed in. With the weather starting to change, the fish will start to finally move some.

Fisherman fishing out of Bobby Lynn's Marina caught limits of reds & several trout today. The pattern is to fish the deeper canals on the oyster reefs or clam shell banks. Fish on the bottom with live minnows or dark plastics slow. With the water warming up things are getting ready to explode.
Capt. Bobby Gros

Great reports came in today from the barrier islands. Lots of bull reds and some trout on the outside. No trout caught inside the islands though. Still best bet for trout are in the deeper canals along the oyster reefs on the bottom.

These fish with the rest of their limit of Reds were caught out of Bobby Lynn's Marina Thursday afternoon. Mr Heath Savant of Baton Rouge landed his 1st. 6# Speckled trout fishing the marsh in Leeville. He caught it on a live minnow rigged under the new H&H cork.

Bobby Lynn's Marina-Just to put fears at ease. We are west of the area currently affected by the oil spill. Our fishing areas are clean & open. We are catching plenty of reds & trout. We have waterfront rooms for rent, guides, boat storage & RV Sites Still available. call us if you need help. 985-396-2678

The fishing is great west of the river. Here in Leeville we are catching lots of nice speckled trout & plenty of beautiful reds. We fished for about 3 hrs with these Iraqi war vets fresh home for good hopefully. THese were there first reds ever. Thanks to Blake, John & David Jemison for you sacrifice for our freedom. Still booking trips 985-396-2678

THE INSIDE WATERS FROM THE MOUTH OF THE RIVER TO POINT AU FER ARE STILL OPEN & HAVE PLENTY OF TROUT & REDFISH. It is only the beach outward that is currently affected. This is a precautionary move to keep anything out of the marshes.Don't cancel your weekend plans & charter trips, you will still be able to fish & the fish are not affected. Pitiful reporting has caused a panic that is not there at this time.

INSHORE WATERS OF LOUISIANA FROM THE MOUTH OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER TO POINT AU FER ARE STILL OPEN TO RECREATIONAL FISHERMAN. It is only the outside of the barrier islands to the 3 mile limit of state waters that is actually closed. Still Booking Charters 985-396-2678