Speckled Trout Fishing Charters Out Of Bayou Log Cabins Fishing Lodge: All of our log cabins were full this week with folks from out of town. We had a very known restaurant in New Orleans fly a couple of chefs in from Canada and we had a great time on the water catching speckled trout and red fish. We picked them up from the cabins Wednesday morning at safe light and headed south across Barataria Bay towards the barrier islands. It was clam with a slight breeze out of the south at about five miles per hour. When we arrive on the south side near the barrier islands where we been catching some nice speckled trout the water was clean and the trout were hungry. They were filming the fishing trip for the purpose of promoting there restaurant and we had plenty of footage for them to edit of a nice catch of speckled trout. It was a great experience having them on the boat as it was the first time I had a director in charge of everything to do with the filming. We had two boats with ten people, five on each boat. The camera crew and the people that were responsible for the sound were on one boat and the chefs were on my boat. They had a great time catching a box of speckled trout and to cap the day off we ended up catching two very large bull reds. Of course they did a photo section with the two bull reds and then we let them go to fight another day. When we got back to the camp I started to clean the speckled trout for them and the chefs stopped me right away and told me that they just wanted the trout iced down in there ice chest and that they were going to clean them at there restaurant so they could make a special platter for there show they were filming. Well that was fine with me because it would have took me at least an hour to clean all those trout. All in all we had a great time on the water and they got there show completed.

This Was A Mac Daddy Bull Red
A Hugh Bull Red

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Capt. Clay Bring A Stringer Of Speckled Trout To The Beach
Capt. Clay With Trout