Come fish North America’s most productive estuary:
the Deep Mississippi Delta of South Louisiana!
Whether you like fly-fishing or spin casting, the flats, bayous and bays of south Louisiana’s rich marsh holds red fish, speckled trout, blackdrum, sheephead, flounder, crappie and bass in abundance. It is not uncommon to catch limits of several of these species in the same morning. If deep sea fishing is your passion let us set you up on a trip out of the mouth of the Mississippi, where you are likely to catch red snapper, grouper, black, yellow and blue fin tuna, amberjack, cobia, wahoo and marlin, just to name a few.
Fish species will primarily be redfish. However, speckled sea trout, black drum, sheepshead will also be available. Red fish will average 3-5 pounds with 8 and 9 pound fish possible during good weather patterns and double-digit redfish are common. Red fish, black drum and sheepshead are flats dwellers and caught usually by sight casting. Speckled trout require blind casting to unspecified targets and while they generally travel in schools their size range is 10”-14”. Strikes are usually great with these fish, but the fight is nothing like the flats’ fishes.