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16 Dec

Don’s Outdoor Debacles

Today’s trip was debut of Lucy in her new snowsuit.  She don’t like not catching fish in the cold, so now I have her not catching fish in the warmer.  Cloudy morning had me missing the pipeline, much easier shot for us semi rookies with a little sun.  20 re-oriented minutes later we back on Pt Fienne for some redfish action as most of us Delacroix fisherpersons have given up on trout.  Steady NW wind, just light enough to be fishable.    Water still on low side, not as low as I figured it would be.  It was kind of on, then it wasn’t, then it was for crazy 5 minutes, and then it shut down quick.  Lucy got a good cast in during the crazy 5 minutes and scored.  I took down the rest, it was a good haul for a lazy hazy trip.

What hit the boat:

6 Redfish

1 Sheepshead

1 Bass (throwback)

1 Bushel of grass

15 Dec

Bayou Bienvenue & Redworries Intel

TEAM JO-JO:

After yesterday’s trip, me not sure me wanted to be back on the water, but me believe a missed fishing trip adds another day to your life, so me called Big PJ to see if he wanted to temp the weather & fishing gods today, yesum was his answer, so go we do.

SIGNS:

  • Made a run to Metairie (Buddy Poboy) Friday evening picked up gallon of potato salad for party tonight, also picked up 2 quarts (1) for Big Andrew & one for Big PJ, it be the best potato salad in town.
  • Up early, (5 AM) Loveofthepack up early too, she heading out for the Oldman River marathon run, we both where greeted with a strong wind blowing when we stuck our heads out to check the weather, she looked at me , me looked at her, me think we both thinking the same thing lets go back to bed.
  • No wildlife sightings along Hwy 11 or 90
  • Boast all over the Hwy, boat launches, Ed’s place, Bayou Bienvenue and Gulf Outlet all already had boast lined up to launch.
  • We number 4 in line wanting to launch, m backed up the rig, jumped in the boat, Big PJ backed Bay Flat Jr into the water and me backed her off the trailer, like clockwork it all went well.
  • Nobody in our spot #BB3 our honey hole, we motored over there to start our day, long 1 minute ride to honey hole.

CONDITIONS:

  • Perfect
  • W.N wind 8-10 mph
  • Cloudy overcast day
  • Cool to cold temps, even with jump suite on the wind and cold was getting to me
  • Water level down 6-8”
  • Water temp stat at 53 than to 54F
  • Tide appeared to be falling
  • Water clarity on a scale of 1-7 was a 6 plus
  • Boats all over the place, had (4) fishing The Pen all morning
  • AT spot # BB2 the Pelicans, Camagrants, and seagulls where diving all over the place, 50 to 75 birds, they looked like dive bombers diving on their targets, it was a beautiful sight to see.
  • Bird activity was all over The Pen, bait on top of the water striking, minnows swim along the shoreline, mother nature and the wildlife was a live with activity, me was humbled to be a live and part of this moment in life

TECHNIQUE / STRATEGY:

  • Be safe
  • Have fun
  • Put some run time on Bay Flat Jr. and Yamaha Nightmare Machine
  • *11 pulls to start the Yamaha Machine, she getting better
  • This be me daily therapy for ALL me aliments
  • Gather Intel for future trips, and to share with fisherperson, (on rodnreel.com) to help assist them in their choice of areas to fish, lures to use and presentation of same to the elusive Silverwonders.
  • See if the Redworries where still round and wanted to come out and play
  • Fish / find a spot with the wind was diminished a little from hitting us
  • Fish / find clean water
  • Find a spot # with the seven fundamentals / criteria of catching:         

 

  • WIND AT YOUR BACK: (We fished a cross wind today, right to left, but with the Redworries feel is not everything, cause when they hit it, they hit it and you know you had / have a bite.)
  • MOVING WATER: (Me think we had a falling tide, as everything in the water was going from right to left)
  • WATER CALRITY: (No problem with this criteria, water was a 6 plus)
  • HOLDING FISH: (#BB 3 (18)r,  BB#A (6)r)
  • PATIENTS: ( It was on, on, on from first cast, action lasted about 28 minutes, than they shut down completely, if you missed that window of opportunity you would have swear they was no fish in The Pen. Patients was needed from =when we fished BB3 and the time spent between getting to BB3A, very slow period with no action.)
  • SKILL: (Technique / presentation of lure today, it was like playing Russian roulette, if you let your lure go down to far, the bottom would get you, but if you had is just of the bottom, the Redworrier would get you)
  • LUCK: (By the time we got on the water 6:45 AM they had about 8-10 boats already launched, no one being in spot # BB3 was our luck for the day.)
  • Anchor up cast & retrieve slowly along the bottom, with a twitch every now and then, tight lining…………………………………??????ALL FISH CUAGHT THIS WAY
  • Oak River Troll (ORT)………………..NOTHING
  • Reverse Oak River Troll (RORT) ………..DID NTO TRY
  • Oak River Skim (ORS) ……………DID NOT TRY
  • Cork ……..NOTHING
  • Lake P Troll (LPT)…………….N/A
  • Dead bait………NONE
  • Live bait…………………NONE

·      LURE DU JOURE:

  • 3” H&H Purple Beetle, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head with gold hook…………….98% CAUGHT WITH THIS LURE
  • 3” Chartreuse Glow Beetle, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head w/gold hook………….DID NOT TRY
  • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head w/gold hook……………NOTHING
  • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H 3/8 oz. round white head w/gold hook……………DID NOT TRY
  • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H 1/2 oz. round white head w/gold hook……………DID NOT TRY
  • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with 3/4 oz. round lead head …………NOTHIN
  • Marker 54 hard plastic shrimp……….. DID NOT TRY

AREAS / SPOTS / NUMBERS OF THE MAP FISHED:

Spot # BB# 16r, BB2, 1, 4, 3A (6) r.

OUR REWARDS:

  • Lived to fish another day
  • (0) Silverwonders
  • (24) Redworries, 20 Ratreds
  • (4) Bottoms
  • (4) Popped lines
  • Called Big T-doc, he and his crew had 16 Redworries by 7:45, (spot # 21) down in our Disney World known as Delacroix Island. They went all the way out to Four Horse looking for the MIA Silverwodners, but nothing could be found, not even a bite.
  • Short &sweet trip, with a lot of action, and a short boat ride.
  • Picking up the Bay Flat Jr was a lot easier today than it was yesterday out of Lake P by Tites.
  • Spending the morning on the water with one of the best fisherperson me know, Big PJ that be.
  • Best fishing trip of my life, until the next one.

FISHERPERSON OF THE DAY:

Let’s just say Big PJ somewhat better Silverwonder fisherperson than he is a Redworrier fisherperson.

SUGGESTIONS:

Still no Silverwonders for us, Redworries easy to find, get early starts, fish early bite, and come home when the bites are over.

PONDER OF THE DAY:

Fishing is a long lesson in humility

O & A:

Where does the toe tag go on a dead fish?

TEAM JO-JO’S future stratagem:

  • Monday big Dwayne & Oneofthepack will be out & about Delacroix way.
  • Tuesday Big Andre & Oneofthepack fishing with Big Mike Gallo
  • Wednesday open day

Hope to see all you fisherperson out and about, until then:

Good Fishing

Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

14 Dec

Ejected / Rejected By Lake P

TEAM JO-JO:

Got up early, looked outside, FOG!!!!!!!! Decided to give Lake P a try along Big Bud’s (aka Eastofmrgo) favorite 5 mile reef, trestles in Lake P.

SIGNS:

  • Cancelled (Friday) trip with Big Mike Gallo, wind conditions where not going to be very favorable for fishing and/or catching
  • Could not sleep, up at 1 AM, worked on computer for few couple hours
  • 6 AM look outside, fog so thick you could cut it with Matrix Shad Lemon Drop.
  • Had visons of 2015, when the BIG girls where all along the trestles during a foggy day, just had to go to know.
  • Loaded up the Flat Jr quickly
  • Lots of items in Bay Flat Jr, look like a storage locker, had to take all out and store, this no stop me on a mission
  • Lots of trouble of getting trailer light to hook up to truck, this no stop me me on a mission
  • Make it to Tites, ready to back her down and launch the Bay Flat Jr, truck blocking launch they fueling up one of the crew boats, this no stop me on a mission
  • Yamaha Nightmare Machine was above herself, took 21 pulls for her to start, this no stop me on a mission.
  • One the workers mentions to me the wind is going to pick up, no problem says me just looking for an hour or two, this info no stop me, me on a mission.
  • Off me go into the fog

CONDITIONS:

  • Perfect
  • Fog thick as can be, when me made it to the second fire break, it was crystal clear, no fog
  • S.W. wind 4-6, than, 8-10, than 12-15, than 15-20 MPH, win went from 4-6 to 15-20 in about 10 minutes
  • Sunny & clear, then the clouds moved in, partly cloudy
  • Water level up 6-8”
  • Water Temp 57F
  • Water clarity on a scale of 1-7 it was a 6 plus, looked real good to me surprise
  • Tide hard to tell wind so strong, bow in line could not tell which way it going, but it be moving for sure
  • Wave action 2 ½ to 3 ½ foot rollers with white caps, rough it be
  • Only one other boat out, he did not fish all they did was watch me bounce up & down while me trolls for a very little while, they left when me let.
  • Wind blowing so hard had to keep the Bay Flat Jr on a 45* angle from the trestles, pointed to the west, almost did what Big Andrew did a few months back, wind almost slammed me into the trestles, don’t know what me would have done if me hooked up with a Silverwonder, controlling the boat was a real challenge.
  • Picking up the Bay Flat Jr was also a challenge, wind blowing straight up the canal, skinned me leg up, and smashed the boat into the guide knocking it off the trailer, this not be good.

 

TECHNIQUE / STRATEGY:

  • Be safe
  • Have fun
  • Put some run time on Bay Flat Jr. and Yamaha Nightmare Machine
  • This be me daily therapy for ALL me aliments
  • Gather Intel for future trips, and to share with fisherperson, (on rodnreel.com) to help assist them in their choice of areas to fish, lures to use and presentation of same to the elusive Silverwonders.
  • See if the Silverwonders wanted to come out and play, they are overdue for the fall run, got to believe it will be soon.
  • Practice me trolling technique, try different size jig heads to see what can get me to the bottom, if you not on the bottom, you be wasting time.
  • Practice and note how much line has to be out to get me to the bottom
  • Practice at what angel odes the Bay Flat Jr have to be to get the lure as close to the pilings as me can without getting hooked up on them.
  • Find a spot # with the seven fundamentals / criteria of catching:         

 

  • WIND AT YOUR BACK: (No way this criteria a problem, wind was S.S.W. and you could not find a lee area to fish, bow in me line was a 3 foot arch, not good)

 

  • MOVING WATER: (Had plenty don’t know if it coming in or falling, but it me moving.)

 

  • WATER CALRITY: (This criteria off the chart, beautiful looking water, if only we had this clarity down in our Disney World known as Delacroix Island what a life it would be.)

 

  • HOLDING FISH: (Me was more concerned on what me was going to hold, on to if it got any rougher.)

 

  • PATIENTS: ( Did not need any, was not out their long enough to impact me fishing.)

 

  • SKILL: (Operating the Bay Flat Jr with the waves coming straight up to the stern / transom, had to speed up and let up, had to keep the Bay Flat Jr same speed as the waves, and when me slowed down the crest of the wave was about 2 – 2 ½ foot above the transom, all me had to do was stall, and me think me might have gotten wet.)

 

  • LUCK: (Me did not get wet, me made it back one piece, Bay Flat Jr still in good shape, and trailer suffered a minor injury.)
  • Anchor up cast & retrieve slowly along the bottom, with a twitch every now and then, tight lining…………………………………DID NTO TR
  • Oak River Troll (ORT)………………..DID ONT TRY
  • Reverse Oak River Troll (RORT) ………..DID NTO TRY
  • Oak River Skim (ORS) ……………DID NOT TRY
  • Cork ……..DID NOT TRY
  • Lake P Troll (LPT)…………….NOTHING, NADA, SKUNKED!!!!
  • Dead bait………NONE
  • Live bait…………………NONE

 

·      LURE DU JOURE:

  • 3” H&H Purple Beetle, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head with gold hook…………….DID NOT TRY
  • 3” Chartreuse Glow Beetle, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head w/gold hook………….DID NOT TRY
  • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head w/gold hook……………DID NOT TRY
  • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H 3/8 oz. round white head w/gold hook……………DID NOT
  • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H 1/2 oz. round white head w/gold hook……………DID NOT TRY
  • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with 3/4 oz. round lead head ……………NOTHING NO HITS, RUNS, OR SCALES.
  • Marker 54 hard plastic shrimp……….. DID NOT TRY

AREAS / SPOTS / NUMBERS OF THE MAP FISHED:

5 mile reef along the trestles, from north draw to mile maker 174.

OUR REWARDS:

  • Lived to fish another day
  • (0) Silverwonders
  • (0) Redworries
  • No bottoms
  • No popped lines
  • Expanding me comfort zone fishing Lake P with a little wind
  • Challenging Lake P with the Bay Flat Jr, me call this a thrill ride
  • Spending a quick morning out and about with me, myself, and I
  • Best fishing trip of my life, until the next one.

FISHERPERSON OF THE DAY:

Not me, not I, nor meself, me think the fishes take this one.

SUGGESTIONS:

If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, and try again, practice makes perfect, third time a charm, “Go to Know”

PONDER OF THE DAY:

The only impossible fishing trip is the one you never begin

O & A:

Why are we afraid of falling? Shouldn’t we be afraid of not trying?

TEAM JO-JO’S future stratagem:

Big P.J. and Oneofthepack will be in Lake P and/or Gulf Outlet Marine in the AM, stay tune for the rest of the story.

Good Fishing

Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

14 Dec

Redfish action for XMAS

You don’t have to be a psychic to see what’s going on in the marshes of Louisiana this winter.  It’s a Redfish Bonanza on the Bayou for XMAS ya’ll, and it’s been a great time for everyone fishing out of Sportsman’s Paradise.  Man it’s been fun and i mean really fun.  The weather is cool and i don’t mind it one bit after the July we had, whew it was hotter than a 2 dollar pistol.  Those days are over and as the water cools down the Redfish get hungry man, really hungry.

We’ve been finding Reds stacked up in deep holes and they’ll eat just about anything right now.  We’re catching plenty on 1/4 ounces weighted  jigs decked out with a plastic motor oil baby bull cocahoe minnow.  The baby bull cocahoe’s are made a little shorter which improves the hook up rate with the fished stacked up in cool water 50-60 degrees is normal now.  Work that baby bull a bit slower than granny walks around the kitchen and you’ll feel them bump it.  Go easy with the hook set until you feel the weight of the fish bend the pole a bit.

Also of course you could use market shrimp under a cork or free lined if you don’t mind getting your hands a lil shrimpy while having some fun.

Let us take you fishing this XMAS and enjoy some family time on a Redfish Charter.  Check us out online to book a trip for your crew.

Capt Damien Melancon

The Redfish Charter Company

 

 

 

13 Dec

Sweetwater Marina

Today turned out to be a great day at Sweetwater Marina! Especially for the guys who caught 78 trout and 1 bass. We also had anglers who brought in 67 sheep head and their 4 man limit of redfish.

Mr. Antoine, Antonio, Antonio Jr., Larry, and “The game warden” (not pictured) were proud of their 78 trout and 1 bass they caught around Four Horse and Lake Campo. They have been faithful customers since Sweetwater began.

Mr. Jim, Paul, Kelly, and Danny went to Stone Island today for their 67 Sheep head and 4 man limit redfish. They said it was a lot of fun and hard work, and they know they are going to feel it tomorrow but it was worth every cast.

Unfortunately the weather is not shaping up for good fishing tomorrow but it’s going to follow with a warm up and should be beautiful by next week!!

Sweetwater Marina’s loyal customers swear by Nicole’s “Magic bait” they say her touching the live shrimp, helps them to limit out on redfish every time

13 Dec

beautiful bievenue trip,,, at least until the end

had a very nice trip to the wall on  tuesday,,, was able to put put out there,,,, my girl gets a bit nervous when we go “faster than a snails pace,,, and i wanted her to have a good experiEnce,,, so we wen..slow slow.  got to the number one spot,,,,, went out there with just twenty or so live swimps.   no bites for the first half hour or so,,,, then the thievery began,,,, lost a few swimps to someone under water,,,, finally i hooked one,,,,, a sixteen incher,,,,,,  then another,,,, same size,,,, caught a couple of short reds,,, felt them shaking their heads on the way in.  then we hooked one that felt a bit bigger than the others,,,, asked for the net and rocky did great with that,,,, scooped up a 21 inch trout.  nice fillets!!!  next came the biggest fish of the day,,,,, big red.  made at least five runs,,,, he would see the boat and go,,,, and my hands and arms were cramping from the medicine i take for my ticker,,,,, my fingers weren’t working so good,,,, but rocky”s were and we managed to get him to the boat after talking him into a nice cool bath in crisco lake.

we called it a day as the sun was going down and we were down to our last six swimps,,,, amazingly,,,, on the way in,,, i remarded to roxanne that we wouldn’t be getting lost,,,, but that most accidents happened near the boat launch.   when we pujlled into the back down,,, rox put one foot on the wharf,,, then hesitated,,,, and wound up falling into the water.  she had on my very large cabela’s coat,,,, fortunately i had insisted that she put on my life jacket which i recently acquired.  it was under the coat.  the water is quite deep at the end of the wALKway,,, well over her head,,,, she could not touch bottom and she was being weighed down by the water in the coat and on her jeans and shoes.  i jumped out of the boat and two fellas came running and we managed to haul her up like sack of potatoes.  it reALLy was quite scary.  i could quite easily have lost my baby.  managed to get her into the truck and warmed up a bit.  tried to lose my boat,,,, didn’t hook up the cable that holds the boat on the trailer,,, so had to back back down and put it on correctly.  but that was the least of our problems,,, quite an adventurous day.  waited until the next day to clean fish.  rock wasn’t up for pics that day,,,, pictures from the following day.  thank god for her help in such a situation.

13 Dec

TomL – Fishing Report – 12 Dec 2018

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13 Dec

Don’s Outdoor Debacles

Yesterday, me/Lucy made a mid-morning trip.  Trying to keep her from freezing until her insulated suit comes in the mail.  Tried to hit the timing sweet spot, but was a bit off, about a hour too late, 10:30 ish.  I got 4 nice reds in the boat within 10 minutes, things was looking good.  Wind/current picked up a few notches and shut ‘er down.  I finessed one more, and then it was over, missed the major part of the bite by that much.  Once I get that suit on Lucy, I’ll be able to get her out there that hour earlier, and hopefully get that girl on some fish.  My chartering skills would put me out of business real quick.

What hit the boat:

5 Red keepers (2 throwbacks)

1  chunky Sailcat (release)

11 Dec

Redworries aggressive they be

TEAM JO-JO:

Today aboard the Bay Flat Sr today we had Big Hugh, (our tree expert, he planted a Willow try 1 year ago this past October) Big Willy (as we named it) is doing fine. Big Hugh and me talked last week and set up today for a trip to our Disney World known as Delacroix Island. Big Hugh also very proficient with the voice activated power pole function, and excels in knot tying

SIGNS:

  • Look to be a snow bird day, not me favorite for catching
  • Loaded up all the gear, made a double check to make sure nothing left behind
  • Me was a little early for our 5 AM meet up at Team Jo-Jo remote meeting place, Waffle House in Oak Harbor, Big Hugh was already there and had his breakfast half way finish.
  • No wildlife sightings along Hwy 11 or 90
  • Only saw 1 boat along Hwys
  • Not many boats in gas stations either
  • Past on McDonnel & Last Stop food store
  • Check point Able water level down 12-14’
  • Check pint Bravo, Reggio Canal tide look to be pouring in
  • Bay Flat Sr was hanging low in the sling, thought me had her higher then that, but she as fine, and had no kittens in her.
  • Quick work of loading her up
  • Yamaha Dream Machine one turn and she fired up ready to go
  • Motored over to Leonel for some go juice & dead shrimp, frozen all they had.
  • Off to spot # 14 to start our fun day on the water.

CONDITIONS:

  • Perfect
  • N.W. wind 8-10 mph, not bad at all
  • Sunny & clear
  • Cool temps, cold when running, jumpsuit type day
  • Water level down 12-14”
  • Water temp 46.3F up to 53.1F
  • Water clarity on a scale of 1-7 was a strong 2 minus, not looking good at all, we did not go out any further then north/south pipeline & Oak River
  • Tide was coming in at Leonel and falling at spot # 14, fell all day
  • Had those Lillie all over the bayou, me guess we have lots of fresh water
  • Only saw 2 boats out and about
  • Can anyone help me understand why the water is so dirty, sue to be water was clean all the time, any ideas out there, this be the worst year ever

TECHNIQUE / STRATEGY:

  • Be safe
  • Have fun
  • Put some run time on Bay Flat Sr. and Yamaha Dream Machine
  • This be me daily therapy for ALL me aliments
  • Gather Intel for future trips, and to share with fisherperson, (on rodnreel.com) to help assist them in their choice of areas to fish, lures to use and presentation of same to the elusive Silverwonders.
  • See if the Redworries wanted to come out and play
  • See if spot # 17A still holding Redworries
  • Try to find some clean water
  • Try to find some elusive, no-no, missing Silverwodners
  • Find a spot # with the seven fundamentals / criteria of catching:         

 

  • WIND AT YOUR BACK: (Once again we fishing with bait wind not a factor, wind did help us do the Oak River Troll, produced (14) Redworries, way to go wind)

 

  • MOVING WATER: (Falling all day, falling when we left, looked like it was getting ready to stop around noon

 

  • WATER CALRITY: (This still be a big problem, and this be me most important / concern criteria for me)

 

  • HOLDING FISH: (Spot # 17A & # 20 to 21, all fish caught their)

 

  • PATIENTS: ( Slow start at 14, water to dirty to stay long, made a few stops same conditions, ran over to spot # 17A bingo, action the rest for the day, no loss of desire and/or concentration after that.)

 

  • SKILL: (Knowledge of past trip, practicing what me dad told me many years ago, “Never quite a winner”, so that is why we went right back to 17A after we tried a few other spots when things slowed down, and it proved to be a good move)

 

  • LUCK: (Big Hugh brought some fresh shrimp for us to use, me did not know he did that, but that seem to do the trick with the Redworries)
  • Anchor up cast & retrieve slowly along the bottom, with a twitch every now and then, tight lining…………………………………Did not try

 

  • Oak River Troll (ORT)………………..(14) (NMR) Redworries, perfect conditions for this technique)

 

  • Reverse Oak River Troll (RORT) ………..DID NTO TRY

 

  • Oak River Skim (ORS) ……………DID NOT TRY

 

  • Cork ……..(16) REDWORRIERS

 

  • Lake P Troll (LPT)…………….N/A

 

  • Dead bait……….(16) REDWORRIERS 2 FOOT UNDER CORK

 

 

  • Live bait…………………NONE

 

·      LURE DU JOURE:

  • 3” H&H Purple Beetle, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head with gold hook…………….(16) REDWORRIERS

 

  • 3” Chartreuse Glow Beetle, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head w/gold hook…………. DID NOT TRY

 

  • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H ¼ oz. round white head w/gold hook……………DID NOT TRY

 

  • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H 3/8 oz. round white head w/gold hook…………… NOTHING

 

  • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with H&H 1/2 oz. round white head w/gold hook……………DID NOT TRY

 

  • Matrix Shad Lemon Drop, matched up with 3/4 oz. round lead head ……………N/A

 

  • Marker 54 hard plastic shrimp……….. DID NOT TRY

AREAS / SPOTS / NUMBERS OF THE MAP FISHED:

Spot # 14, 15, 1, 2, 2A, 17A (5) r, 17C, D, E, 17A (11) r, 20, 21 (14) r, stopped fishing at noon, turn the Bay Flat Sr north for a quick dire back to the slip.

OUR REWARDS:

  • Lived to fish another day
  • (0) Silverwonders, they be MIA
  • (30) NMR Redworries
  • (1) Mullet
  • (1) popped line Big Redworrier
  • (2) Bottoms, 2 popped lines
  • (1) Bushel of grass
  • Some of the biggest, heaviest tastes roast beef sandwiches me every had, they weight more than the Redworries, but they be good, thanks Big Hugh for bring them.
  • Being on the water with one of the best fisherpersons me know Big Hugh that be.
  • Big Nick found the 5 missing kittens, they safe & sound in his boat now, the momma cat sure moves them around.
  • Cannot believe me becoming a Redworrier fisherperson
  • Best fishing trip of my life, until the next one.

FISHERPERSON OF THE DAY:

Any fisherperson that can catch a Mullet with an H&H purple beetle deserves the honors of fisherperson of the day, and that be Big Hugh!!!!!!!!!!!!!

SUGGESTIONS:

Bring FRESH dead shrimp, fish the points and moving water, and fish the grass lines too.

PONDER OF THE DAY:

Change your thoughts and you change your results.

O & A:

Is there inherent order in catching or is it all chaos and chance?

TEAM JO-JO’S future stratagem:

Not sure when me back on the water.

Good Fishing

Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

11 Dec

Safe Floor looks great on Bay Boats

Did a 24’ Skeeter today for Capt. Shawn Huber’s of Marsh Mania Charters. Shawn runs a very successful charter business…

Posted by Safe Floor of Louisiana on Tuesday, December 11, 2018