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9 Dec

Great Sportsmanship is not dead!

“I have been fishing in the Cocodrie area, golden meadow and Dularge this week and wrapping up today!

The fishing was good, slow but managed a mess of fish each day, fun and laughter off the hook literally.

Tangled lines birds nest reels, dropped poles in the water.

And through it all the camaraderie among the guides was just short of amazing.

No pissing contests on the water everyone of them helping the other ones out, laughing and just having a good time.

And last but not least a group of guides on one boat riding around scouting out areas.

Stopping to chat offer advice Ask for advice, they treated the recreational people like myself with respect and just an all around niceness.

Just very pleasant people to be around on the water.

What a shining example of Sportsmanship!

Then I had the pleasure of joining in a conversation yesterday evening at the Sportsmans paradise restaurant, met Ms. Connie and just had a wonderful dinner talking about the days catch with all the anglers.

It never ceases to amaze me how fishing is a universal language!

Louisiana has some of the best fishing in the world and also some of the best fishing guides!

Below are just a few I had the pleasure of actually meeting this past week and two I fished with.

Thank you so much guys for being an advocate for good sportsmanship.

It makes a fishing trip so much more memorable when the ambiance is beautiful weather great fishing guides, putting fish in the box and laughter all day long!

It makes my job a dream come true! I can’t thank these guides enough for the wonderful time my friends and I had. Fishing with Captain Casey Lombard and Captain George Spivey was a blast!

The highlight of the five days of bitter cold winds, and low water with little to no tide was the fact my friend Marc Scroggs visiting from Branson Missouri caught his first red fish ever and what a happy camper he was when he went on to catch three more even bigger than his first.

Definitely one of the most fun trips I have had the pleasure of being on and writing about! All fish was caught under a popping cork and high water plastics, fish can’t resist them!

Captain Casey Lombard

Captain Loyd Landry

Captain George Spivey

Captain Travis Miller

Captain Elton

Captain Ronnie Lisotta
My tournament guide!

https://www.precisionfishingcharters.com/

https://highwaterfishinglures.com/

Matrixshad.com

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7 Dec

Sweetwater Marina

Capt Jack’s charter with his dad (Big Jack) and Mr. Carl was very exciting. They caught their limit of redfish and a bass. The trio went to Shell Lake and Shrimp Lagoon for their catch of the day.

We had a few anglers come in with reports of trout in Alligator Pass, Little Lake and Bay Andrew. They said the diversion has ended and the water is clearer and saltier. This makes for great trout fishing here in Delacroix. So to answer your question, “Are the trout moving in???”….. That’s a definite YES!!

Fresh live shrimp available.

Call Kelly to book lodging or charters 504-342-2368 or for more info. Office hours are Monday-Friday from 9am till 5pm! Thanks in advance! We have newly renovated, clean, comfy lodges with a great view…you can BBQ, on the porch that overlooks the bayou. We have brand new mobile home trailers that we rent, as well. One bedrooms& two bedrooms available. Very reasonable rates. Convenient location. Right across from our Marina. If you stay with us, you can leave your boat in the water. Also, we work with amazing charter captains. Captain Jack, owner of Sweetwater, is our main captain; he is amazing…he has been in the business many of years, great with children, with anyone really. He has a wonderful, funny personality. Book asap! Don’t pass up on limited weekends that are still available! Remember…we offer non-ethanol fuel, maps, gps chips, live bait, tackle, propane, snacks, drinks, sunscreen, bug spray, nets and anything else you may need to have a wonderful day out on the water. Also…it would be greatly appreciated, if you tagged us in pictures/post about your experience here in Delacroix/at Sweetwater. Or you can send in your pictures and we will post them! We love to see our customers happy with our service. We try super hard to please everyone. Rate our Facebook, as well. Leave comments about your stay, your charter, your experience…we would love to hear about it.
Can’t wait to see ya at Sweetwater Marina, the Marina that loves their customers.

BOAT SHED INFORMATION: We do have boat sheds available. If you would like to rent one, please call 504-342-2368 Monday-Friday between 9am and 5pm. They are $200 per month, include water and electricity and your boat launches are FREE! You will have to pay the first month upfront and keep a credit card on file.

LODGING INFORMATION: Our One-bedroom lodges sleep up to 6 guests; it includes a galley kitchen (microwave, refrigerator, toaster oven, BBQ pit, dining area, living room area (with 2 full sized futons sofas’), free cable and Wi-Fi, and a full bathroom.

Our Two-bedroom lodges sleep up to 6 guests; it includes a full kitchen (microwave, refrigerator, toaster oven, BBQ pit, dining area, living room area (with a full sized sofa), free cable and Wi-Fi, and a full bathroom

CHARTER INFORMATION: The charters run up to $750.00 for up to 4 anglers for a full day. On the charter, we provide equipment, bait, licenses, if necessary, fish cleaning and the packaging of the fish. The only thing you need to bring is your food, drinks, sunglasses, sunscreen and an empty ice chest to bring home your catch. Our captains specialize in in-shore fishing; usually, the catch consists mostly of Speckled Trout, Reds, and Bass.

For more information on, boatshed rental, charters or lodging to make reservations, please call us at 504-342-2368. A small deposit will hold your reservation. So, come on down to the second launch in Delacroix, Sweetwater Marina, and let Capt. Jack, Tony, and put you in the water and put you on the fish. Anything we can do to help make your trip fun, successful and safe, just ask! We would love to see you at Sweetwater Marina, the marina that loves their customers!

6 Dec

Lake P intel

TEAM JO-JO:

Opportunity knocked today, so me jumped all over it. Called Big PJ he no can go honeydews, called Big Andrew, he no can go honeydews, me though after you reached ascertain age honeydews where not required anymore, that they expired when the desire cease to exist.

SIGNS:

  • Took advantage of an opportunity
  • Bay Flat Jr already loaded up, and ready to go
  • Took all of 20 minutes to reach the launch
  • In the honey hole by 2:05
  • Saw many Cormorants diving, this be the best sign of the year
  • Had (4) other trailers at the launch, and one boat picking up
  • Yesterday it took 22 pulls to get the Yamaha Nightmare Machine started, today ½ a pull, she likes it when you use her up.
  • Off to trestles to star me evening of fishing

CONDITIONS:

  • Perfect
  • N.E wind 10-12 mph, steady as she blow
  • Partly cloudy
  • Cool temps. jump suite on all evening
  • Water level down 10 to 12”
  • Water temp cold
  • Water clarity on a scale of 1-7 was a 10 plus, black, clean, clear water, water like you would see in springs in Florida.
  • Tide falling all evening, pretty hard too
  • Saw 6 other boats (3) casting & (3) trolling
  • Could not be any better

 

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.
  • Check out the trestles, see if the Silverwodners showed up yet
  • Try different lures to see what they might want to attack
  • Identify where the Silverwodners where holding along the trestles
  • Try different techniques
  • Re-educate meself on the how too’s of fishing the trestles
  • Find a spot # with the seven fundamentals / criteria of catching:         

 

  • WIND AT YOUR BACK: (Not a factor today, all me did was troll, tight line accomplished by movement of boat)

 

  • MOVING WATER: (Had a falling tide all evening, me think me would have more action if it had changed and started to come in.)

 

  • WATER CALRITY: (This criteria was a little too much with a 10 on the scale, it seemed the Silverwonders like the water out by mile marker 134, as the water somewhat lost its clarity, still a 7, but a little sandy looking.)

 

  • HOLDING FISH: (Both sides, (block or so)  of mile marker 134)

 

  • PATIENTS: ( Needed some today, bites where far and in-between, catching was even a little slower, but just being on the water and learning what learn can, keep me interested all evening. And when me caught the first Silverwonder, me turn into a hound dog, sniff & searching for the Silverwodners.)

 

  • SKILL: (Being dedicated to trolling, me was in the right place at the wrong time, the Silverwodners are just about ready to bust wide open along the trestles, if we ever have a fog morning, and look out it will be on, on, on.)

 

  • LUCK: (Not having any Honeydews, due)
  • Anchor up cast & retrieve slowly along the bottom, with a twitch every now and then, tight lining…………………………………DID NOT TRY

 

  • Oak River Troll (ORT)………………..DID NOT TRY

 

  • Reverse Oak River Troll (RORT) ………..DID NOT TRY

 

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

 

  • Cork ……..DID NOT TRY

 

  • Lake P Troll (LPT)…………….ALL FISH CAUGHT THIS WAY

 

  • 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 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 ……………This did the trick

 

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

AREAS / SPOTS / NUMBERS OF THE MAP FISHED:

  • Lake P from Northshore all the way out to mile marker 134, keep going back and forth crossing mile maker a number of times, this be where the Silverwonders seem to be.

OUR REWARDS:

  • Lived to fish another day
  • (3) NMR Silverwonders
  • (2) missed
  • (1) lure, does anybody catch anything with that type lure , see picture
  • (4) bottoms (1) popped line
  • Lots of fresh cool air for me lungs
  • Dinner, all be it not enough, Big Randy & Oneofthepack both said the same thing, it really taste good when you only have a little to eat, but me think fresh Silverwodners taste good anytime.
  • Spending the evening on the water with some of the best fisherpersons me know, me.yself, and I.
  • Best fishing trip of my life, until the next one.

FISHERPERSON OF THE DAY:

One of the three mention

SUGGESTIONS:

It is only matter of time, (and it will not be long) before the big girls show up along the trestles, keep making rips so you don’t miss the action when it happens.)

PONDER OF THE DAY:

If fishing makes catching, and nobody’s catching, then why fish?

O & A:

If freedom is simply being able to do what you want, are Silverwonders freer than Fisherpersons?

TEAM JO-JO’S future stratagem:

Looks like next week before me fish again, but one never knows!!!!

Good Fishing

Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

6 Dec

Don’s Outdoor Debacles

With the looming blow out this weekend, I figured today would be the last good day for a bit to get out there and maybe have something happen.  Not so much.  Greeted by approx. 15-20mph steady winds.  The highlight of the trip was a group of otters cutting up as I was pulling out of slip.  Tried 4 Horse for trout, best looking water I’ve seen there in a while, but nada.  Made the move to my favorite consistent red hole, and a double nada, dang near had whitecaps in a 1.5-2 foot pond.  Made a few moves and then resigned to take my skunking.  Best bite all day was hooking the anchor.  I’ll be back out there soon, … somewhere.

What hit the boat:

pee and wind

4 Dec

Bayou Bienvenue Journy / Intel

TEAM JO-JO:

First mate for today was Big PJ, we have been trying to hook up from some time, just needed all the stars / criteria to align for our trip to take place aboard the Bay Flat Jr.

SIGNS:

  • Up early, loaded up the Bay Flat Jr, it had been awhile since we use her, need to reeducate meself on what had to be down
  • Me 15 minutes early for our 5:45 AM meet up at Big PJ abode
  • Big PJ ready, willing and able
  • Weather turn cold
  • No wildlife sighting on Hwy 11 or 90
  • Not many boats on Hwy or gas stations
  • Had to make a stop for some go juice
  • Only 1 boat in Gulf Outlet Mariner parking lot, big surprise
  • Water was up, so had to get Big PJ to back up the Bay Flat Jr with me in the boat, this not bad, but backing up to pick me up was a little more challenge.
  • Off to spot #? To start our day of fun on the water

CONDITIONS:

  • Perfect
  • N.W. wind 8-10 then 12-14 mph was and steady did it blow
  • Partly cloudy, later in the day sunny & clear
  • Cold, than cool, NICE, just like me like it
  • Water level up 1.5 To 2 foot
  • Water temp 56F
  • Tide rising turned and started to fall
  • Water clarity on a scale of 1-7 was a 5 to 7 plus
  • Only saw a few boast out and about, Most where inside of the locks on left hand side going out

 

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.
  • Follow up on all the stories me been hearing about Silverwonders at Bayou Bienvenue, just like all other stories, all me head today was you should have been here yesterday.
  • See if the Redworries are in The Pen yet
  • Check out Michaud Slip to see if the Silverwonders showed up yet
  • Find some fish Big PJ can play with
  • Find a spot # with the seven fundamentals / criteria of catching:         

 

  • WIND AT YOUR BACK: (Today we had the wind at our back on a 45* angle from left to right, but we were able to cast with the wind and still keep a tight line while reeling in. At sometimes we did have a bow in our line, and we would have a fish on without us knowing it, until we felt it run.)

 

  • MOVING WATER: (Hard to tell in The Pen, but it felt like it was coming in)

 

  • WATER CALRITY: (Ranged from 5 to 7 plus, looked good all over)

 

  • HOLDING FISH: (Spot # BB3 (33) Redworries)

 

  • PATIENTS: ( Took a few minutes for our first bite, but after a while told Big PJ we need to reposition the Bay Flat Jr, we out of position, did this and the crazy 40 minutes was on, on, on.)

 

  • SKILL: (Knowledge on how to fish the spot, and boat position for the spot)

 

  • LUCK: (Big PJ learning how to back a trailer up)
  • 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 ……..DID NOT TRY

 

  • Lake P Troll (LPT)…………….NOTHING

 

  • 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…………….70% FISH 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……………30% CAUGHT WITH THIS LURE

 

  • 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 ……………N/A

 

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

AREAS / SPOTS / NUMBERS OF THE MAP FISHED:

Bayou Bienvenue spot # BB3 (33)r, BB16, 21, 13, 11, 10, 1, 2, 3, 1A (1)r, 1C (1)t, stopped fishing around 1:20 PM, had that look 1 minute boat ride back to the dock.

OUR REWARDS:

  • Lived to fish another day
  • (1) Silverwonders
  • (34) Redworries
  • (4) Bottoms, 4 popped lines
  • (1.2) bushel of grass
  • The feeling of that fresh cold air hitting me face
  • Cold ears
  • Cold toes
  • Watching Big PJ try to tie his line with cold hands
  • Spending the mornings fishing with one of the best fisherperson me know, Big PJ
  • Best fishing trip of my life, until the next one.

FISHERPERSON OF THE DAY:

Let’s just say it was like preseason for Big PJ, enough said

SUGGESTIONS:

Still cannot find the Silverwodners, but the Redworries seem to want to come out and play, we did it all with lures today. Change your quest for spots to the ones on Redworries and not those of the Silverwodners.

PONDER OF THE DAY:

Fishing & catching favor the brave

O & A:

Are there limits to fisherpersons creativity?

TEAM JO-JO’S future stratagem:

Big PJ & Oneofthepack will be, (in AM tomorrow)  assaulting Lake P trestles, and/or the Lakeshore Estates, predicated on results at/on each location.

Good Fishing

Team Jo-Jo & Oneofthepack

4 Dec

Sweetwater Marina

12.03.18

Capt Jack’s charter with Mr. Pat Beck and friends was a bit challenging at first, with the strong winds this morning, meaning trout fishing wasn’t going to happen today. So they went on the Redfish hunt and that turned out to be a great success. They limited out and even threw back over 20 Redfish. In the end they brought in 22 Redfish, from around Shell Lake. They also caught 8 bass, 3 fresh water catfish, and a sheep head.

Tomorrow Capt. Jack will be fishing with Capt. CT Williams, which will air Wednesday night on the “Fish and Game Report”.

Capt. Jody Stephens, Hank Mann and the Lake Oconee crew from Georgia did have success with the trout today. They had over 40 from the Lake Amadee area by the twin pipeline. We will be looking forward to seeing the guys again next year. They enjoyed lodging and launching from Sweetwater Marina for the last week.

We were also happy to host Steven and Hai on their 8th annual fishing trip at Sweetwater Marina. They said it gets bigger and better every year they come. All the guys had a great time and couldn’t wait to share some of their pictures with us.

We had another angler who limited out on Bull reds in Lake Callibas, he and his wife and son said the wind was a little strong but they enjoyed they family day out.

4 Dec

Sweetwater Marina

11.30.18

Capt Jack said it wasn’t easy but they had a great time on his charter today. Mr. Ron, James and Tony had to go searching, but they ended up in the same place as yesterday to bring in the catch of the day. Lake Amadee side of Bayou Terre Aux Boeufs. 15 trout, 20 Redfish, and 2 Bass were caught on the Delacroix side of Bayou Terre Aux Boeufs.

The catch of the day goes to the Georgia fellas who brought in a Redfish over 36 inches long!

We had a few regular customers share a few photos of their catch. We couldn’t resist showing you of all the different catches of the day.

Sweetwater loves the awesome costumers we have.

We have fresh beautiful live shrimp!

Come visit us at Sweetwater Marina!

Call Kelly Mon-Fri, 9-5, for lodging, charters or boat shed rental 504-343-3268.

3 Dec

PHIL ROBICHAUX CHARTERS

AWESOME DAY OF CATCHING

This past Friday I had the pleasure of guiding good friends and customers Mr Jeff Gosciniak and Mr Randy Becnel. Everything fell into place for us as the trout and the reds were biting and we were able to box full limits of both. H&H Beetles and fresh shrimp under popping(clip on) corks did the job on the specks and reds. The day couldn’t have been any better regarding the fishing and the fellowship and is one we will remember for a while.

Many thanks to Jeff and Randy for their return business and for making the trip possible. Looking forward to next time guys!

WE HAVE BOATS OPEN DAILY RIGHT NOW AND ARE HAPPY TO TAKE CARE OF ANY OF YOUR GUIDING AND OR LODGING NEEDS. GIVE US A CALL TO GET YOUR TRIP ON THE BOOKS!

 

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BOOK A TRIP WITH LAFITTE’S HARDEST WORKING, MOST PROFESSIONAL FISHING TEAM, GIVE US A CALL AT 504-689-2006 OR SEND AN EMAIL TO captainphil02@cox.net to GET YOUR CHARTER ON THE BOOKS. ALSO, DON’T FORGET TO CHECK OUT WWW.fishwithphil.com FOR MORE GREAT INFO AND REPORTS!

WE HAVE SEVERAL GUIDES READY TO GO AND NICE LODGING AVAILABLE, ALL AT AFFORDABLE PRICES. ALL OF OUR BOATS ARE FULLY EQUIPPED 23 TO 25 FT CENTER CONSOLE BAY BOATS THAT INCLUDE POWER POLES FOR MORE EFFICIENT BOAT POSITION. WE USE QUALITY SPINNING AND CASTING REELS MOUNTED ON AWESOME TFO INSHORE RODS LOADED WITH POWER PRO BRAIDED LINE. THE ORIGINAL H&H SOFT PLASTICS AND GOLD SPOONS ARE STANDARD LURES ON OUR COMBOS AND WE PROVIDE MARKET SHRIMP WHEN IT IS NECESSARY.

WE ARE LOCATED A SHORT 35 MINUTE DRIVE FROM NEW ORLEANS AND HAVE A CHOICE OF 3 GREAT SEAFOOD RESTAURANTS 5 MINUTES FROM THE MARINAS. TWO OF WHICH WILL PREPARE YOUR CATCH FOR A MEMORABLE MEAL FOR SURE!  SO COME ON DOWN TO LAFITTE AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER. YOU WILL BE GLAD YOU DID!!

GOD BLESS AND GOOD FISHING,

CAPT MIKE HELMER

 

 

 

3 Dec

PHIL ROBICHAUX CHARTERS

SPECIAL DAY ON THE WATER

This past Thursday I had the pleasure of guiding my good friend and customer Mr Dwight Johnston and it was our privilege to have on board Mr Dwight’s son father Matthew Johnston who is serving in the LaPlace area and has just received his degree in Canon law, Father Cody Chatagnier who is serving in the Houma-Thibodeaux area, and Father Collin Braud who is the new pastor at VOL in Marrero. The young men are doing great work in the church today and are so valuable to the members of their congregations and are appreciated. They are needed greatly by the Catholic Church especially right now and are doing fine work leading us all in the right direction as Cathoilics. It was a true blessing to spend a day on the water with them and of course my good friend Mr Dwight. It is a trip that I won’t soon forget!

By the way the fishing was pretty good a little later in the day after a slow start. Thankfully my crew consisted of great people and avid fishermen and the redfish limit was reached in the afternoon. A few bonus fish were added to the mix as well to top off a great box of fish. Fresh shrimp under popping corks was the ticket for the hard fighters!

Many thanks again to Mr Dwight, Father Matthew, Father Cody, and Father Collin for a memorable day on the water and for the honor of being a part of it!

WE HAVE BOATS OPEN DAILY FOR DECEMBER AND THE FISHING HAS BEEN OFF THE CHARTS. COME ON DOWN AND TREAT YOURSELF TO SOME OF THE BEST FISHING OF THE YEAR THIS WINTER!

 

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BOOK A TRIP WITH LAFITTE’S HARDEST WORKING, MOST PROFESSIONAL FISHING TEAM, GIVE US A CALL AT 504-689-2006 OR SEND AN EMAIL TO captainphil02@cox.net to GET YOUR CHARTER ON THE BOOKS. ALSO, DON’T FORGET TO CHECK OUT WWW.fishwithphil.com FOR MORE GREAT INFO AND REPORTS!

WE HAVE SEVERAL GUIDES READY TO GO AND NICE LODGING AVAILABLE, ALL AT AFFORDABLE PRICES. ALL OF OUR BOATS ARE FULLY EQUIPPED 23 TO 25 FT CENTER CONSOLE BAY BOATS THAT INCLUDE POWER POLES FOR MORE EFFICIENT BOAT POSITION. WE USE QUALITY SPINNING AND CASTING REELS MOUNTED ON AWESOME TFO INSHORE RODS LOADED WITH POWER PRO BRAIDED LINE. THE ORIGINAL H&H SOFT PLASTICS AND GOLD SPOONS ARE STANDARD LURES ON OUR COMBOS AND WE PROVIDE MARKET SHRIMP WHEN IT IS NECESSARY.

WE ARE LOCATED A SHORT 35 MINUTE DRIVE FROM NEW ORLEANS AND HAVE A CHOICE OF 3 GREAT SEAFOOD RESTAURANTS 5 MINUTES FROM THE MARINAS. TWO OF WHICH WILL PREPARE YOUR CATCH FOR A MEMORABLE MEAL FOR SURE!  SO COME ON DOWN TO LAFITTE AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER. YOU WILL BE GLAD YOU DID!!

GOD BLESS AND GOOD FISHING,

CAPT MIKE HELMER

 

 

3 Dec

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