Today I had the pleasure of fishing with a group from New Orleans Louisiana. Brian Newberry with Bayou Electric and some clients he wanted to entertain on a good fishing trip. I picked them up from the log cabins as safe light and we headed south towards Barataria Bay with a slight breeze out of the north at about six miles per hour. The water was clear and we had about nine tents of a tide range. The birds were working most of the shallow bays on the way to where we have been catching some nice trout so I didn’t want to stop and waste any time getting to where I knew there was some huge trout feeding. Well as soon as we pulled up the guys had the bait buckets set up with some live shrimp and was casting out before I could get the boat anchored down. The bite was on as I was trying to get the boat in such a position that we were not throwing into the wind or looking into the sun. They had to take a few of the fish off themselves as I was finishing up with positioning the boat, but then we went to work. I had three anglers on the boat today so it was easy to keep up with them as they were bringing them up and over the side of the boat. Working three people I can unhook the fish as well as bait the hook and then move to the next person bringing one over the side. It gets a little tough working four people but it’s still fun trying to keep up with everybody. Brian and his group has a fantastic time boxing up three limits of speckled trout and six bull reds. Building memories on a fishing trip is something you will never forget.

Bayou Electric had a great day on the water with Capt. Clay
Bayou Electric had a great day on the water with Capt. Clay
This Was A Mac Daddy Bull Red
A Hugh Bull Red

Nice Box Of Speckle Trout

Main Office At Bayou Log Cabins Fishing Lodge
Bayou Log Cabins Office