1. April Winds Are Kicking Up In The Barataria Bay Area Where The Speckled Trout Are Feeding

    Here we are in April and still dealing with Nor-Easters and chilly weather. Yesterday and today the wind is out of the north and east and is blowing about twenty to twenty-five miles per hour. However, all week we had pleasant weather and the speckled trout was hungry. We caught fish all week on the north side of Barataria Bay on the oyster reefs and around the small islands that are still stickin…Read More

  2. Speckled Trout Are Staying In For The Winter Harvest

    That's right here we are in the middle of December and we are still catching limits of beautiful speckled trout here in Lake Hermitage. Bayou Log Cabins fishing lodge is located about thirty five miles south of New Orleans Louisiana and is nested in the middle of a old Louisiana fishing village. We have around one hundred and twenty five camps along side of a bayou called Lake Hermitage Bayou. It …Read More

  3. Limits Of Speckled Trout Are Being Caught Right Now Out Of Bayou Log Cabins Fishing Lodge

    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 decisi…Read More

  4. Speckled Trout Fall Fishing Season Is Getting Better And Better

    The fall speckled trout fishing season seems to be getting better and better as the shrimp are leaving the trout are coming in. That's strange however it seems to work that way ever year. This is the time of the year that the bait shrimp leave towards the gulf of mexico with the cooler weather and the trout that we been catching all summer long alone the barrier islands on the oyster reefs are tra…Read More

  5. Speckled Trout Limits Out Of Bayou Log Cabins Fishing Lodge In Lake Hermitage

    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…Read More

  6. Fantastic Speckled Trout Trips Are Going On Right Now At Bayou Log Cabins Fishing Lodge

    SPECKLED TROUT FISHING IN THE FALL: Wow what a great time of the year to fish for speckled trout on the inside. We are catching speckled trout right now 2 miles from the log cabins that range anywhere from 13" to 20" on plastic. Just about all the live shrimp are gone and the trout are starting to feast on anything they can find. This is the time of the year that the speckled trout feed directly r…Read More

  7. Speckled Trout Are Showing Up On The Flats

    Speckled Trout Are Feeding In The Shallow Lakes: I had a trip yesterday and Wow the bite was on. As I said before, this is the time of the year you want to fish in between the cool fronts. You want to wait at least two to three days after a cool front when the tide comes back in and the water cleans up. This is when the speckled trout and red fish normally will start feeding again all the way up t…Read More

  8. Speckled Trout Are Showing Up Around The Village

    Starting To Catch The Big Trout In The Shallow Lakes: This is the best time of the year for fishing speckled trout in the Lake Hermitage area because of a few reasons. First of all the trout have moved in from the barrier islands to the shallow lakes and dead end pipe line canals for he fall fishing season. This means we do not have to travel as far to get to the strike zone. Right now we are cat…Read More

  9. Catching Speckled Trout & Red Fish In the Marsh

    Speckled Trout Fishing In Lake Hermitage Louisiana Is On Fire For The Fall Season: The speckled trout are starting to show up in the shallow lakes, duck ponds and dead end pipe line canals not far from Bayou Log Cabins. The speckled trout are starting to leave the barrier islands and oyster reefs near the gulf and beginning there transition in to the shallow waters for the fall of the year. I beli…Read More

  10. Bayou Log Cabins Speckled Trout & Red Fish Fishing Lodge

    Today I had the pleasure of fishing with a Sterling and his wife Sandra from New Orleans Louisiana. I picked them up from the cabins at safe light this morning and headed south across Barataria Bay towards the barrier islands. The wind was light out of the north and the water was fairly clean. We arrive at the oyster reefs near the islands and beings it was a week day there was not a lot of boats …Read More