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    By creatify on April 26, 2015
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    Straight from the beach, beautiful limits of trout
    caught in Lake Borgne, the MRGO, the Dam, the
    short rock and long rong, and Bay Eloi. For
    information call FJ 504-239-6377. We got live
    shrimp and
    we hope to see you soon.

    Dr Mike
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    P Walker
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    Perch/Sacaliat Fishing

    2 of us at RodnReel want to fish/film a freshwater trip. Must be in Louisiana. Can fish any day. Please call me (Mike) at (504) 858-0484. Many thanks!

    Nice weather to fish

    Decided on a solo trip to the Rigolets to see for myself what the water conditions are in the area. Parking lots full at Rigolets Marina and Pelican point not so bad at Fort Pike so in we went. After talking to Brian at the launch ( Nephews wife’s family) I didn’t have the warm fuzzies about finding clean water but went anyway. First stop at a drop off in Sawmill pass confirmed my suspicions, dirty water made for no bites. Tried the shoreline in the Rigolets heading to lake Borgne and ducked into Counterfeit byu for a few throws in the turns and mouths. Water in Lake Catherine had that grey look so after a few casts on a favorite lee shoreline without and takers I headed to the ICW via Millers ditch, dirty water everywhere, and the canals and ponds off the ICW are fairly choked with grass. Made the turn into Unknown pass headed to Lake Borgne and finally found fairly clean water all the way into the lake , passed a few boats along the shore headed to shell point so I went straight to Alligator bend to look for reds. Perfect conditions, lee shore, clean water and deep enough for me to get to the shore for a change. Started with a ¼ oz gold weed less spoon, but after 3 strikes with no hook set I switched to the tandem rig I used at the trestle Monday, BAM 16” red in the box. New polarized glasses made spotting reds(and a shark) easy, getting a hook in them was another story. Missed all the ones I saw and caught the ones I didn’t see , I’ll take it . Made the ride back to the launch thru the Rigolets and It looked like the Mighty Mississippi, gonna take some dry weather to get the pearls down and get things cleaned up. Water in Lake Borgne from unknown toward the chef looked pretty good, UK to Rigolets cloudy. All fish caught on Lemonhead/ Tiger bait tandem. Water temp 73-75, wind west about 10 I think, Tide incoming all day.I aint gonna try to gauge the clarity, so I’ll just say ,messy. Finished with 4 reds 1 stingray 1 almost shark.

    Sweetwater Marina

    Good evening from Sweetwater Marina! Finally, a great day of fishing down at Sweetwater! Maybe...because there wasn't any wind and perfect weather! Lots of fish caught over in Lake Campo! Good amounts of speckled trout came in from Bay Lafouche and Campo. In the interior marshes of Delacroix, plenty of good size redfish were caught. Very few people didn't have much luck...however, most people did pretty spectacular! If you want to have some fun tomorrow, I would advise you to come down to should be a pretty good day of fishing! We have plenty of live bait! So, get her early and get in on some of the fishing! Saturday should be pretty good fishing, as well! We will have a report tomorrow to let everyone know how the fishing went! Hope to see you tomorrow, so we can write about you! Don't forget about our food trailer that is open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday...serving some delicious pulled pork sandwiches, shrimp poboys, hamburgers, gumbo and wings! You will not regret having lunch at Sweetwater!! So, come see Chef Richy for a mouthwateringly great lunch! I would like to put it out there that we do have 2 boat sheds that just became available this last week! So, if you are interested, please call 504-342-2368. Call quick...because they go fast! Don't pass up on the amazing opportunity to store your beautiful boat right here at Sweetwater...we launch your boat for you in the morning....and it is so convenient to pull your boat right out of the shed and launch it...beating the lines. Plus, when you rent one of our boat sheds, you get your boat launched for free! Only $200 per that's a deal! Don't forget to call and book lodging right here at Sweetwater! Low prices to stay at the most convenient and cozy lodge in Delacroix! Great views of the water right outside your room, 1st class service at our marina right across the street and get your boat launch free! We have bbq pits and all, so you can have a feast next to the bayou! Also, don't forget to book a charter trip with one of our fine captains! Capt. Jack is one of the best captains around! He is great with the kids and will put you on the fish! So, don't pass up on the opportunity to go out on a grand fishing trip and hangout with one of the coolest captains around! Reasons why you should choose Sweetwater Marina every time: -We have A-1 service with a smile! 🥇☺️ -We back down your boat for you, if necessary 🚤 -We ride you to and from your vehicle on our golf court🚖 -We sell non-ethanol fuel⛽️ -We have ice, tackle, oil, etc. for sale in our bait shop -We always have great tips on where the fish are biting, how to get there and what type of bait you should use, etc🗺🎣 -We clean and packaged you fish for you, if you would like🐟 -We always keeep live shrimp! Almost never running out! 🦐 -We offer lodging for low prices (we have the most convenient location, and our rooms are comfy) ⬇️💰 -We have amazing captains that would love to take you out on a guided fishing charter🎣 -We are loyal, caring and helpful 👌🏻👍🏻 -We try to help each customer to the best of our ability -We now have a food trailer (open Friday, Saturday and Sunday!) (Serves pulled pork sandwiches, hamburgers and shrimp poboys and, in the morning, we serve breakfast biscuits!) (Everything is mouthwateringly delicious!) 🍔🍟 -We are located in Delacroix, which is one of the last great fishing spots left in our great state🗺 -More tournaments have been won out of Delacroix than anywhere else...meaning our location is outstanding! -We aren't just your ordinary Marina...we go above and beyond! When you come down, don't forget to pick up some Sweetwater Merchandise! Represent the best Marina around! We have t-shirts, hoodies, coozies and hats! Pick up some of our gear and look 🔥 on the water! 😜 So come enjoy a fun day in the sun! Fishing, making memories and having a plain old good time! Sweetwater, where you can make your experience a great experience! 😎 See ya soon! LODGING INFORMATION: Our one bedroom lodges sleep up to 6 guest; it includes a galley kitchen (microwave, refrigerator, toaster oven, griddle, bbq pit, dining area, living room area (with 2 full sized sofas’, one being a sofa sleeper), 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 lodging and charters or 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, Mr. Ronnie, Tony, and Jesse 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!

    Capt. Jody Donewar

    BEAUTIFUL DAY WITH A SLOW START!  We had the pleasure to guide Bobby, Lamah and Rob.  The guys reside in Mobile, AL. After being off a few days riding out the bad weather we were back at it this morning as we left out of Delta Marina early heading west of the Mississippi River. The water was stained early on at every stop with no fish to show for.  We made a big move back to my old stomping grounds near Barataria Bay.  We found some clean water and began to put Speckled Trout in the boat. The bite was not great by no means as we had to stick and move all morning. Casting live shrimp under popping corks the guys put a nice catch of approx 50 keeper trout in the boat with to many throwbacks to count. BIG THANKS TO BOBBY, LAMAH & ROB! WE HAVE OPEN DAYS IN JULY TO FISH WITH US! Capt. Jody Donewar 504 453 1519
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