Wow this is the time of the year to go fishing if you want to experience some of Louisiana’s finest speckled trout fishing. It is getting to the point that it use to be like when we were kids. As soon as the cork hits the water you better have the bail flipped and the slack out of your line because the speckled trout are in a feeding frenzy the first two hours of day light. The bite is very decisive and there is no playing around as the cork goes under the fight is on. The guys I had on the boat today are from the north eastern sea board New Jersey and it didn’t take them long to figure out how to box up some nice Louisiana speckle trout. They was a couple of bull reds in the mix with about ten sheep heads. Taking these guys out on the water was so much fun because they never fished southeast Louisiana before and it took a little getting use to as the bite was so fast. It always worked out that way when I fish folks from out of state because they have no idea of how good we have it down here when it comes to our marine life. Also it reminds me that when it comes to fishing we are so blessed to live where we do. Showing folks from out of town how to fish speckled trout and red fish makes for a fantastic day on the water. Looking forward to a good fish fry with them under the cabins tonight. They will be flying out tomorrow but the memories that they built this week here at Bayou Log Cabins Fishing Lodge will last a life time. They took lots of photos for bragging rights and when they get home they can share the stories of all the fun we had.


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