Lastest from Delacroix on Covid19 Fishing

So guys the fishing has been absolutely incredible! The fish of shown up big numbers on the edges. From Redfish to Speckled trout and a ton bull Reds. You never know what you’re gonna catch and don’t let me forget about the sheephead. They Seem like they’re everywhere and in every spot. The Mississippi River is high but the fresh water staying out in the Gulf . We have green water on the edges of the marsh that creates a salty atmosphere for these fish to thrive . They are defiantly in a feeding mode. 90% of our fish are being caught on current points with hard current. Live Bait has been The Choice but we also catching on plastics, 3″ swim shads and soft shrimp have been two of our favorites. Covid19 has made a change though, alot of people will not travel right now but locals dont have to and can still fish. We are running a special for $500 per boat Up to 4 anglers for anyone that comes down. If you can get down and experience the best Louisiana fishing has to offer . The fishing will only get better As the shrimp arrive and the pogeys show up. Where we find the shrimp we will find speckled trout and where we find pogies will find huge numbers of Redfish. Because of the covid19 alot of our customers have moved from the Spring to the fall. Which is filling our books fast for the fall . If you plan on booking a trip in the fall now is the time to get it on the books before we fill up. This should be a year for the record books with every species being in big numbers. Stay up-to-date with us on our Facebook and Instagram pages Louisiana fishing charters and stay safe during this time of panic.

Spring is Starting Early in 2020

March is looking to be a really good month of fishing.Temperature of it have been above normal all Winter long we didn’t even get to freezing this year . So with that said the redfish never really went into a winter pattern. We have been catching them in the Spring and fall pattern all year long which is going to kick off the Spring run even sooner than normal. The bait will grow at a rapid rate due the warm weather and will make its move earlier than usual .

We should she a good number of bull reds Chasing the mullet to the inside. On light wind days with big moons we’ve seen great size and number on our speckled trout. Slot redfish a been a big schools, so it’s been a game of covering ground to find them but when you do find them it’s like hitting pay dirt one after another. This time of the year were allowed to throw just about anything we want when we see tailing redfish and you can’t go wrong with live bait. Speckled trout will get swim baits under a corker or on the bottom or live bait under cork.

The bass are on there spawn and eating anything we throw at them. It is not crazy to see 20-30 bass a day when they are biting. Happy Mardi Gras everybody in hope to see you down in 2020 to fish with us at Louisiana fishing charters.

Captain Seth Howard

Captain Seth Howard grew up fishing the waters of St Bernard Parish. He decided to take his passion to profession. Capt Howard is always perfecting his fishing skills and knows all the best place to hunt for redfish and speckled trout. He plenty of local tournaments to his name and with write-up in Local magazines. He’s a true professional who will do everything he can to keep your rod bent and to have you leave with a smile on your face. Captain Seth will have  the latest equipment at your disposal for you to try. From swim baits to live bait he does it all to land the fish of your dreams. The brackish waters make for a hospitable environment for some freshwater species like bass that he also specializes in. Call to book Captain Seth for your next trip, you wont be disappointed!

Captain “Miller Time”

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Captain “Miller Time” was raised in Northern Louisiana. He has always been an avid in the outdoors. Growing up he spent most his free time hunting and fishing the bayous and lakes in and around Sheveport,La but since moving to South Louisiana he has become obsessed with fishing the saltwater and the marsh for redfish and speckled trout. Captain Miller has a true passion for the outdoors and prides himself on fishing conditions instead of spots. He is very interactive with his clients. He also loves to share stories and knowledge learned from his years of fishing. His eagerness to ensure a trip of a lifetime will have you coming back to the dock with a smile on your face! He truly enjoys being on the water and wont rush you in anyway. Book your next trip with Captain “Miller Time” of Louisiana Fishing Charters, you wont be disappointed.

Captain Sean John

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Captain Sean is one of our youngest captains we have here at Louisiana Fishing Charters. Don’t let his age fool you. He is also one of our most experienced captains here. Captain Sean grew up fishing these marshes with is father and soon after started exploring new area and techniques to fish the marshes of south Louisiana. Captain Sean has fishing guiding in his blood. His uncle is one of the most well known fishing guides in the Venice area.

On a tough day this knowledge will show it self and captain Sean is not shy at helping out the other guides here at Louisiana Fishing Charters. He a team player and a confident young man with some amazing catches under his belt at a young age. Captain Sean specializes in Redfish and speckled trout. He is very experienced in shallow water sight fishing and stalking these amazing fish. We enjoy watching Captain Sean become one of the top guides in south Louisiana and you will too.

Book your next trip with Captain Sean John and you wont be disappointed!

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