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    By Info@delacroixfishing on April 7, 2018

    Sorry about no report last night. However, Captain Jack was extremely tired. He has been spraying trees for his exterminating business. He wasn’t home until 12 Thursday night, and he had a charter Friday morning. Overall, he says the fishing was pretty good. It was a very subtle bite on the bottom, so it was hard for newby fisherman. They caught a lot of fish, but they weren’t able to keep a lot of fish. As far as the trip, they had a great time. The Bertucci family won the trip from a school in LaPlace. So, they were able to get in a charter trip with Captain Jack. They caught LOTS of little reds, small speckled trout, croakers and baby sheepshead…Even a couple gigantic perch. The good news is..we have lots and lots of shrimp in the tanks. The shrimp problem should be resolved for now, because the shrimper is catching brown shrimp. The final talley of keepers, on yesterdays trip, was 37 speckled trout, one drum and 1 sheepshead. Captain Jack sometimes takes for granted 37 speckled trout..thinking it’s not a lot for some people…however, for the Bertucci family..it was a lot. For them..they were as happy as an avid fisherman catching 137 speckled trout. All of us full time fisherman, we take for granted all the fish we catch here in Louisiana. Captain Jack heard some news from a couple different people. Some GREAT news. He heard the core of engineers reviewed the Mardi Gras cut and decided to shut it down. WOW how tremendous that will be for the speckled trout and red fisherman! It will bring back some great spawning grounds for speckled trout that have probably been nonexistent for 8 years or so…it should help the trout population take off again! If you are coming tomorrow, we do have live shrimp. Fish on the bottom, and you should have some good luck catching some fish. So, we can’t wait to see you here at Sweetwater Marina!!! Attached is a pic of yesterday’s charter.

    We do have one boat shed left available! Book it now, before it’s gone! $200 per month! Includes: water, electricity and free launches! Call 504-342-2368.

    Remember we do have non-ethanol fuel, ice, tackle, live bait, dead bait, maps, gps chips, bugspray, sunscreen, drinks, snacks, oil and anything you might need for a great day on the water.

    We also offer A+ service! We will launch your boat for you, park your vehicle, give you golf court rides to and from your vehicle, point you to all the hotspots and anything else you may need help with!

    If you are interested in booking lodging or charters, please call 504-342-2368!

    Charters- Our charter trips are $750 for up to 4 anglers! The captain provides everything! The only thing you need to bring is lunch and drinks for yourselves, something to bring your cleaned and packaged fish home in and a fishing license! If you don’t have a Louisiana fishing license, you will need to get a 3 day charter license! For more info call the number above!

    Lodging-We have units that sleep up to 6 people and are $160.50 per night! We have the best location in Delacroix! Right across from the Marina! You can leave your boat in the water! Launches are free! Linens, towels, rags, silverware, plates, bowls and cups are all in the room! There is a coffee pot (with everything needed to make the coffee), a griddle, fridge, freezer, sink and charcoal grills outside of each room! The bedroom contains 2 bunk beds with full bottom and twin top! In the living room area, there are two sofas (one’s a sofa sleeper) and a television with cable! There is a full size bathroom! There is wifi available! So..don’t pass up on the opportunity to stay in our convenient, comfy lodge. We do offer two bedroom lodging with a full kitchen for $214 per night! They are set up a little bit differently. They are more spacious. Call with any questions or to reserve your spot!

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