We have a full house this weekend in the log cabins with families from Houston, Arkansas and Mississippi. The wind was about fifteen to twenty today out of the east and the lake was a little chippie. However early this morning right at daylight the wind was laid down and the tide was coming in with about a one foot range. The people in the cabins got off to a early start this morning right at safe light because they new the wind was going to pick up as the sun came up. Well they started coming arriving back at the cabins at around eight thirty with boxed of very nice speckled trout. They said the bite was on as soon as it got daylight enough for the fish to see what they were feeding on. Everyone came back with limits of trout and all had the same story in regards to the early morning bite. It seem that between eight o’clock and eight fifteen the bite just cut off for everyone. Good thing everyone got off to a early departure this morning. Well they all put the ice chest of speckled trout under there log cabins grabbed a sandwich and headed out for some good old fashion red fishing in the shallow duck ponds and dead end pipe line canals. Fighting the stiff wind out of the east they were able to box up some beautiful red fish. Of coarse they did not limit out on red fish but each boat came in with enough reds to justify lighting up the BB Pit for some good New Orleans style blacken red fish. All the folks are getting along fine in the cabins this weekend and sharing there catch of the day. Building memories while staying on the bayou in one of the log cabins is something not only the kids but the adults will remember for the rest of there lives.

A Great Day On The Water
Dr. John & His Friend With A Box Of Speckled Trout
Capt. Clay Cleaning Beautiful Speckled Trout
Capt. Clay Cleaning Fish
He Is Proud Of This Speckled Trout
Beautiful Speckled Trout


Cabins On The Bayou
Cabins On The Bayou