Delacroix Report: - Fishing is fast and easy now

2009-06-26 22:40:30
Delacroix, Louisiana - Saltwater Fishing Report
Delacroix marsh

The wind has finally given us a break the last couple of days. It has been slick calm in the early AM with the winds picking up mid morning. This is giving us a window to get where we need to be quick and get the fish in the ice box before it gets hot. Limits on trout both Thursday and today. The fish want live shrimp carolina rigged and artificial cocahoes slow rolled. The trout are in the 13-17" class and aggressive. After finishing trout we have had some time to chase redfish. The reds and black drum have been 18-28" and want live or dead shrimp 2' under corks. We have also picked up several flounder each day mixed in with the reds and drum. Great boxes of fish and in early to beat the heat, you can't beat that! The fishing is awesome right now. Get out and catch some!

Captain Jeff J. Dauzat

Fin and Feather Guide Service


Fish Species: speckled trout, redfish, flounder and black drum
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Father daughter redfish
Father daughter redfish

redfish action after trout limits
redfish action after trout limits

About The Author: Captain Jeff Dauzat

Company: Fin and Feather Guide Service

Area Reporting: Delacroix , Venice, and Hopedale LA

Bio: Captain Jeff J. Dauzat, is USCG licensed and insured and has been working these waters since 1988. Captain Dauzat has a B.S. in Wildlife Biology from Louisiana Tech University and an M.S. in Industrial Hygiene from Tulane University.

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