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Louisiana Fishing Trips, Charters and Lodging

Looking for the ultimate angling adventure? Look no further than Louisiana! Our fishing trips offer the perfect combination of fishing charters and lodging to make your trip truly unforgettable.

Delacroix/ Hopedale/ Shell Beach, Louisiana, is home to some of the biggest Bull Redfish, Speckled Trout, Sheepshead, and Black Drum. All of which are incredible, hard-hitting salt-water fish species to catch.

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    Come and Experience Louisiana Fishing at it's Finest

    Louisiana is known for its incredible fishing opportunities, offering a wide range of freshwater and saltwater options that are sure to excite any angler. Whether you're looking to catch bass in one of the state's many lakes, or reel in redfish and speckled trout in the bays and estuaries, Louisiana has something to offer for every type of fishing enthusiast.

    But it's the saltwater fishing that truly sets Louisiana apart. The state's extensive network of marshes, bayous, and coastal waters provide habitat for a wide variety of game fish, including redfish, speckled trout, and flounder. The fertile waters of the Mississippi River Delta also attract a variety of pelagic species, such as blue marlin, sailfish, and yellowfin tuna.

    With its unique blend of freshwater and saltwater fishing opportunities, Louisiana is a paradise for anglers of all levels. So whether you're a seasoned pro or a first-time fisherman, come experience the excitement and beauty of Louisiana's fishing scene for yourself.

    Experience some of the best in-shore fishing trips Louisiana has to offer!

    Reel in the action, Redfish, Speckled Trout, Sheephead, Black Drum and so much more!

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    The most exciting Louisiana inshore trips for big bull redfish or a local favorite the speckled trout. Louisiana contains a diverse range of fish species that include: redfish, speckled trout, flounder, and many more, making it an ideal location for a fishing adventure.

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    All- Inclusive Louisiana Fishing Trips & Packages

    Louisiana is a prime destination for fishing enthusiasts from around the world. With its diverse waterways, from the Mississippi River to the Gulf of Mexico, Louisiana offers some of the best fishing experiences in the United States. One of the best ways to make the most of your fishing trip is by choosing Louisiana fishing charters.

    Fishing charters in Louisiana offer a variety of packages tailored to suit different budgets and preferences. These packages typically include everything from fishing gear and equipment to expert guides and comfortable boats. Our fishing charters can also offer accommodation, transportation, and meals that can also be included with packages, making it easy for visitors to plan their entire fishing trip without any hassle.

     

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    Visiting New Orleans? Come Fish with us!

    Another advantage of choosing Louisiana fishing charters, is the flexibility and convenience we offer. With a fishing charter, you can choose the type of fish you want to catch, the duration of your trip, and the level of comfort you require. You can also opt for specialized fishing charters that cater to specific interests, such as alligator hunts and cast and blast options.

    Get Hooked Up with Louisiana Fishing Charters

    A seasoned angler or a beginner, our team will provide all the necessary equipment and expertise to ensure you have a successful and enjoyable trip. With a variety of charter options to choose from, including inshore and offshore fishing trips, Louisiana Fishing Charters, has something for everyone. So if you're looking for an unforgettable fishing adventure in Louisiana, look no further than Louisiana Fishing Charters!

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    Our guides work together to find fish for their customers and with the amount of time they spend on the water, they can track schools of fish as they move around the marsh each day.

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    Louisiana is called "Sportsman's Paradise" and for good reason. Our rich ecosystem provides ideal habitats for some of the most sought after fresh and saltwater species of fish, birds, alligators and serves as a breeding ground for all.

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    Louisiana's All Inclusive Fishing Resorts & Charters

    Louisiana Fishing Charters offers one of the most comprehensive and exclusive all-inclusive fishing experiences not only in Louisiana, but in the entire gulf south. Located in Delacroix Louisiana, you will feel as if you have gone back in time and entered the beautiful and isolated south eastern Louisiana coastal delta.

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    Fishing trips that get talked about for
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    Whether you are interested in staying at one of our on-site fishing lodges us or just fishing for the day, you may be asking yourself, how much for this incredible Louisiana fishing adventure? Well how do you put a value on an such an unforgettable Louisiana fishing trip? Smack-dab in the middle of "Sportsman's Paradise".

    Lasting memories will be made here and possibly talked about for years to come. Permanent bonds between fellow anglers and the opportunity to go toe-to-toe with some of the largest Redfish you have ever seen!

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    The Ultimate Team Building, Bond Forming Outdoor Activity

    We also offer inshore fishing charters customized to corporate groups. We are experts at accommodating large groups for meetings, team building exercises, award trips, and client entertainment. This means everything from transportation to boarding at the lodge.

    After the purchase of the fishing license, which we can also help with, we can take care of the rest. Your clients and employees are just as important to us as they are to you. This means you won’t have a crew yelling or barking orders at your guests or showing anything less than perfect professionalism.

    Located 30 Miles from downtown New Orleans

    The short drive from downtown New Orleans to Delacroix, Louisiana, takes you on a scenic route through St. Bernard Parish. It's a journey that offers a glimpse into the area's rich history, culture, and natural beauty. After leaving the city behind, you will pass through charming neighborhoods and quaint towns before reaching Delacroix, located approximately 30 miles away. Along the way, you'll cross over bridges that offer stunning views of the bayous and wetlands, and you might even spot some alligators basking in the sun. Once you arrive in Delacroix, you'll be ready to embark on your exciting inshore fishing adventure.

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    Louisiana Inshore Fishing FAQs

    A fishing guide is an expert who offers guidance and support to those interested in fishing, providing advice on techniques, equipment, and fish species.At Louisiana Fishing Charters, our priority is the client experience. We're committed to exceptional Southern hospitality, with hassle-free booking, cozy accommodations, and a welcoming ambiance. Our aim is not only a fruitful fishing excursion but also an enjoyable and unforgettable experience.Choose Louisiana Fishing Charters for the ultimate Southern fishing adventure, showcasing the best of Louisiana fishing and an unforgettable time.
    Best Times to Fish Inshore Louisiana (Good, Better, Best) by Month
    Fish SpeciesBest Time to Fish Inshore Louisiana
    RedfishGood: April, May, November Better: June, October Best: July-September
    Speckled TroutGood: March, April, October Better: May, September Best: June-August
    FlounderGood: March, April, September Better: May, August Best: June-July
    Black DrumGood: March, April, October Better: May, September Best: June-August
    SheepsheadGood: January, February, December Better: March, November Best: April-May, October
    TripletailGood: April, October Better: May, September Best: June-September
    With mild temperatures throughout much of the year and a diverse range of fishing options, Louisiana truly is a premier destination for anglers of all skill levels.Louisiana is often referred to as a "Sportsman's Paradise" due to the abundance of wildlife and outdoor recreation opportunities, including fishing. Louisiana's marshes, bayous, and coastal waters provide excellent habitat for a wide variety of fish species, making it an exciting place to fish year-round.From speckled trout and redfish to flounder and black drum, there are plenty of inshore species to target. The offshore waters of Louisiana also offer opportunities to catch big game fish like marlin, tuna, and swordfish.
    Yes, all anglers over the age of 16 are required to have a valid Louisiana fishing license. These can be purchased online through wlf.louisiana.gov or at local retailers.However no license is needed if you're fishing with a licensed captain or fishing guide. We have all the necessary licenses and permits required for fishing in Louisiana waters.
    The best time of year to go inshore fishing in Louisiana is during the cooler months, from October to March, when the weather is more comfortable and the fish are more active.The best time of year to go inshore fishing in Louisiana is during the cooler months, from October to March. During this time, the weather is milder, with average highs ranging from the mid-60s to low-80s, making it more comfortable to spend a day on the water. In addition, the cooler weather can make the fish more active and easier to catch.During the summer months, which last from May to September, temperatures can soar into the 90s, with high humidity levels that can make the air feel even hotter. This can make fishing inshore midday challenging, as the heat can be uncomfortable and even dangerous.In the fall and winter months, many fish species move closer to shore to feed and spawn, making it an ideal time for inshore fishing. Speckled trout, redfish, and flounder are just a few of the species that are commonly caught during this time of year.It's important to note that fishing regulations and catch limits can vary depending on the species and time of year. It's always a good idea to check the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries website for the latest information on catch limits and regulations before planning your fishing trip.With the right equipment and knowledge, you can enjoy a successful and memorable fishing trip in one of the most beautiful and diverse fishing destinations in the country.
    There are a variety of fish species that can be caught inshore in Louisiana, including redfish, speckled trout, flounder, black drum, sheepshead, and blue crab.
    For inshore fishing in Louisiana, you'll need a medium-heavy action rod between 7 and 8 feet in length, appropriate reels, lures or live bait, and safety equipment such as life jackets and a VHF radio.
    The cost of a Louisiana inshore fishing charter varies depending on the length of the trip, the number of people in your party, and the type of equipment and amenities provided. It is best to contact your desired charter company for specific pricing.View Fishing Charter Pricing
    Two popular species of fish that are commonly caught inshore in Louisiana are redfish and speckled trout. Redfish, also known as red drum, are one of the most sought-after game fish in Louisiana. The current daily limit for redfish is 5 fish per person, with a minimum size limit of 16 inches and a maximum size limit of 27 inches. Speckled trout, another popular inshore species, have a daily limit of 25 fish per person, with a minimum size limit of 12 inches.It's important to note that slot fish regulations apply to both redfish and speckled trout. Slot fish are fish that fall within a specific size range and must be released immediately. For redfish, the slot size is 16-27 inches, while for speckled trout, it's 15-19 inches. Any fish caught that falls within the slot size range must be immediately released unharmed.To ensure that you're fishing within the legal limits, it's always a good idea to check the current catch limits and regulations before your fishing trip. Regulations can change frequently, so it's important to stay up-to-date on any changes. You can check the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries website for the latest information on catch limits and regulations for inshore fishing.
    Yes, you can bring your own fishing gear on a Louisiana inshore fishing charter, but it's important to confirm with the charter company beforehand to ensure that it meets the necessary requirements.
    Louisiana has a humid subtropical climate, characterized by hot and humid summers and mild winters. During the summer months, temperatures can soar into the 90s, while winter temperatures range from the mid-60s to low-80s.
    Fishing inshore in Louisiana can be safe as long as you take the necessary precautions, such as wearing a life jacket and having all the necessary safety equipment onboard. It's also important to pay attention to weather conditions and follow local regulations.
    Yes, you can clean and cook the fish you catch during your Louisiana inshore fishing trip. Some charter companies may even offer on-site cleaning and cooking services for an additional fee. However, it's important to confirm with the company beforehand.
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    Louisiana Fishing Charters & Outdoor Guides
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    Louisiana Fishing Charters & Outdoor Guides
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    Louisiana Fishing Charters,
    4253 Delacroix Hwy,Delacroix, LA-70085,
    Telephone No.(504) 669-1263
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    Louisiana
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    Fishing Charters, Duck Hunts, Alligator Hunts and Nighttime Bow Fishing Adventures just minutes from New Orleans Louisiana.
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