Speckled Trout and red fish charters out of Bayou Log Cabins in southeast Louisiana thirty five miles south of New Orleans has got to be one of the best places to fish in the United States. I say that because of the quality of water we have coupled in with the environment and all the broken marsh that surrounds this region. I truly believe that it is a perfect location for speckled trout and red fish to breed, grow up and feed in because of all the broken marsh and oyster reefs we have near and around the Barataria Bay area. I had the pleasure of fishing with a couple from Dallas Texas today and they had a perfect morning before the wind picked up. I picked them up from the log cabins this morning and we had speckled trout on the radar for the first half of the trip. And speckled trout is what we found early this morning on the south side of Barataria Bay. We are well into the second week of March and the water temperature is sure enough starting to warm up to that magic number for the speckled trout to arrive and began to settle in for the summer. They had a fast and furious bite for the first couple of hours and then we came back across Barataria Bay for some good old faction marsh red fishing. We had to work a little harder for the red fish as you well know they normally don’t bite as fast as the speckled trout do. The wind started to pick up around ten thirty with a stiff twenty five to thirty mile and hour straight out of the south. All in all it was a great day and we had a wonderful time.
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