Speckled Trout Spring Bite Is Picking Up:  Now that we are getting into the month of March we are starting to see some small brown shrimp showing up near the barrier islands near the south side of Barataria Bay. The speckled trout are right on there heels as we are just starting to box up some very nice trout for the spring season. The clarity of the water was much better then it has been for the last two weeks and the trout bite was right on time with the clean water. I am anticipating another great summer this year as the winter was not too bad again this year. The water temp should warm up here in the next thirty days to above 65 degrees and we will find the speckled trout arriving in great numbers. Every year it is so exciting to go fishing in the early spring to see just when the speckled trout began to show up on the oyster reefs near the barrier islands. You may have heard me say this before, but this is truly one of the greatest places to fish for speckled trout and red fish in all of Louisiana. Our log cabins are located thirty five miles south of New Orleans in the middle of a two hundred year old fishing village and just minuets away from where you will be fishing on your state of the art one of a kind fishing charters. One of our captains will pick you and your group up right in front of your log cabin and with in a twenty five minuet boat ride you will be in the strike zone of some of the best speckled trout and red fishing Louisiana has to offer. Come enjoy a great time fishing and build some lasting memories.

Capt. Clay With Some Mac Daddy Speckled TroutThis Lady's First Bull Red And She Had a Great Day On The WaterCapt. Clay Hauling Speckled Trout To The Beach Beautiful Bayou Log Cabins At Lake Hermitage Louisiana