Tag Archives: Louisiana Marsh

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Fall Field Campaign Update

Is it possible to visit a “Third World Country” and fish without leaving the Lower 48?  Yes, and it’s called LOU EEZ EE ANNA. What a great trip!  Katie and I had wonderful accommodations, great […]

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A Few From Day 3 – Louisiana Marshes

A few shots from today.  Clear skies, virtually no wind, perfect sight fishing conditions all day and no other fisherman within miles. Redzilla took 55 minutes to land.  Instead of a spot on the tail, […]

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Day 2 in the LA Marshes

While sight fishing for big bull Reds, I managed to have an Epic battle with an Alligator Gar that was a first for the seasoned Cajun – Captain Marty.  As I was fighting this prehistoric […]

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Final Day Fishing in Louisiana

The sun came out brilliantly on our last day hunting Big Drum in the remote marshes of LA.  With the sun also came the opportunity to sight cast for the largest of the resident monsters.  […]

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A Drum Fest

It was a Cajun day deep in the Louisiana Marsh with Captain Marty as we hunted monster Redfish and Black Drum.   We finally figured out the pattern late in the afternoon and located several […]

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