After the coldest winter on record since 1982, the Louisiana marsh is thriving and the fly fishing for red fish has been incredible!! The cold weather has dropped the water temps at times close to freezing but as the fronts move through and the water warms up the red fish pile onto the flats floating […]
We had some ups and down with this season. Great days and tough days with the tough days being due to the unusually poor weather we seemed to have throughout the season. We still managed to jump a ton of fish and are looking forward to poon season 2014!!
February in the Louisiana marsh is a great time to fish. We have cold water temps which bring in a majority of the big Louisiana red fish and monster black drum creating awesome sight fishing opportunities for fly fishing. These fish start to get further and further back into our estuary trying to find the […]
The weather crushed us for the first few weeks of January…. Clouds, wind, rain!!! It went from almost 80 degrees to in the low 30’s….. Through it all we had to grind it out knowing that there were tons of fish around. Cloudy windy days still […]
Its been a great start to the month of December in the Louisiana Marsh. We are having above normal air temps which have all the big red fish floating all over the ponds and small bays. Fly fishing for these monster fish in shallow ponds can get your heart rate up and makes for some […]