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  1. #1205

    Default Dularge Reds!



    Slamming the reds 'DOWN IN DULARGE'! Day 2 with Charlie Graml was another successful day. Joing us was his daughter Anna Graml and Russ Briggs. Nancy stayed at the camp bonding with their black lab puppy. lol ...We had a great time on the water chasing the bronzebacks catching their limits on a variety of Bayou Chub Minnows. The new colors worked well for Russ as he caught fish on the red/chartreuse, orange/chartreuse and a few on the lime/chartreuse as well as the LSU chubs. The reds were a little finicky at times but we kept moving until we found the fish sometimes with double hook-ups. Anna did extremely well taking moms place as she had some big shoes to fill. Everyone caught fish yesterday and the weather could not have been any better. We finished up with a nice box of fish...17 reds and 5 trout. All were caught in less than 2 ft of water working over the ponds and inland marsh. Thanks guys for a great time! Good luck fishing.

    Capt Bill Lake
    985-851-6015
    985-637-3712

  2. #1204

    Smile Dularge Redfish Action!

    Fun Day On The DU!

    A beautiful day spent in the south Louisiana marsh. Lots of fun with the reds today with Charlie & Nancy Graml along with their friend Russ Briggs from Texas. We caught our 20 reds on an assortment of lures with the LSU chub working the best for us. Very nice fish today with 4 over 27in and all between 18-26 inches. Looking forward to Day 2 tomorrow. Big thanks to Capt Travis Lovell for fishing with David Wilson and Mike Baumann from Texas. They had a nice box of reds for their efforts. Good luck fishing.

    Capt Bill Lake
    985-637-3712
    985-851-6015

  3. #1203
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    Thumbs up Dularge Trout and Reds 9-25-10




    12 year old Little Jerry Bourgeois big drum fishing with Capt Wendy


    Had three boats out today with Mike Simon and crew. The guys were fishing a company rodeo today. Our main goal was to target trout in the morning then reds. We started it off early slinging a few keeper doubles in the boat and a couple rat reds in the mix. Lots of running today as the trout were a little more elusive. Trout are definately showing up all across lower Dularge as we caught trout at every stop (just not many numbers, fish are scattered). It should not be long before the trout BUST LOOSE though. We left the trout to search for reds and it didn't take long for Trent to get the first one in the box. Four more in a row after that. We wanted to try for some bull reds for the rodeo, so we headed off to soak crabs (no bull reds to be found only bull drum). We called it a day around one so the guys could get to the weigh in. Everyone had a great time catching plenty fish. Thanks to Capt Buck Pellegrin and Capt Wendy Billiot for helping with the two other boats making the trip a success. Big thanks again to Mike for putting everything together and for the great hospitality at the camp Fri night (surf and turf was awesome!). lookIng forward to our next trip Mike, you had better get PUMPED UP buddy!!!!!!!! LOL

    Capt. Marty LaCoste
    985 856 4477
    www.absolutefishingcharters.com
    Capt. Marty LaCoste
    Absolute Fishing Charters, LLC
    985 856 4477
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  4. #1202
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    Talking Dularge Fishing 9-24-10



    Mike Simon joined me today, and trout was on the menu. We started the morning off searching for birds, but there was none to be found unlike the previous three days. We switched our focus to fishing the reefs and islands and started picking up 14-16 inch trout on Saltwater Tackle Holographic Minnows. Later on we found some bird activity and had the trout coming in two at a time, but mostly pecker trout. Around 11:00 we started fishing for reds, slower activity in the ponds today as we could only find five reds to make the box. It was a pleasure fishing with Mike as we cut up and joked around all day. Thanks Mike!
    Capt. Marty Lacoste
    985 856 4477
    www.absolutefishingcharters.com
    Capt. Marty LaCoste
    Absolute Fishing Charters, LLC
    985 856 4477
    captmartyl@yahoo.com
    www.absolutefishingcharters.com

  5. #1201

    Smile Saturday Slam!

    Dularge Redfish

    Great action with the reds today ! 20 reds along with a few puppy drum this morning with Steve Gogreve, John Drago, and Hamp Bryan . Finished up around 9 am with everyone catching their limits of fish. Big thanks to Capts Travis Lovell and Gerald Ellender for helping out with the 10 man crew. Sure was a fun bunch of guys to fish with lots of laughs. Good luck fishing.

    Capt Bill Lake
    985-851-6015
    985-637-6712

  6. #1200
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    Thumbs up Hopedale Qne Pint of Fuel Lake Total Fish Explosion

    Hopedale Qne Pint of Fuel Lake Total Fish Explosion,



    Today Captain George of the Cajun Queen and I left out of Hopedale early morning and got on the water when still dark to catch some live bait under camp lights to fish redfish and trout in One Pint of Fuel Lake. One cast under the light and I must have had 70 live porgies. We got on our spot and was fishing in the dark awaiting the sun to rise a bit. Using Berkley Gulps and clicking egg corks with ¼ oz. screw jig heads, we were catching specks and reds before the sun light became evident. One spot we trolled upon had so many reds that every cast we were hooked up within 30 seconds with redfish in the 18 – 24 inch range. Live porgies worked best but they would hit the Gulps as well but not as fast. We limited out on the redfish in 15 minutes and left them biting. They were literally exploding the water’s surface as we left and trolled away from the grassy bank side. Tide was perfect, falling all morning with little wind. Skies were pleasantly overcast as well. We drifted away from the bank and started catching more speckled trout. We threw back at least 20 undersized but kept 50 for our limit. We were back at the launch at 10:00 am, boxed full of fish and all smiles.

    Good fishin’,
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    George never had such a fishing trip in his life and has never seen fish that actively feeding.

    Saltwater Fishing Articles & More by Outdoor Writer Jerry LaBella
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  7. #1199

    Default Transition trout

    Britt, Josh, Jeremy , and Mike made the trip to Hopedale ready for some speckled trout and redfish action. These guy’s have been with me a lot over the years and they alway’s have a good catch and good time this day was no different. The windy conditions had things starting out slow but when we got on the speckled trout they were coming the boat steady with both plastic,s and live shrimp. Well the wind finally got to strong and shut down the trout. We hit some points and ponds and put some redfish in the box to top off the pile of trout. Great day with some really good guy’s. They can’t wait to come back in the fall and do it again.
    80 SPECKLED TROUT
    5 REDFISH
    2 DRUMS
    CAPT. GENE DUGAS
    RATHER BE FISHING ADVENTURES
    985-640-0569 www.ratherbe-fishing.com
    Capt. Gene Dugas
    Rather Be Fishing Adventures

  8. #1198

    Wink Dularge Reds!

    Dularge Redfish Action!

    Another great weekend of whacking the redfish 'DOWN IN DULARGE'! Bill Reisack, Art Roerink and Dale enjoyed their 3 day adventure. Day 2 with Capt Gerald Ellender found the crew busting up the reds and blackdrum. Limits of reds and puppy drum were caught and the guys had a blast catching the mammoth size drum too. Day 3 today was the best yet as the reds really showed up in full force. Too bad for Bill as he had to get back to Houston and didn't make the trip. Art & Dale ripped up the fish catching 37 reds and 22 blackdrum!! We kept our limits of each and released the rest. The guys easily caught over 100 fish on their trip and I know they'll be back for more! Sure was a pleasure to fish with Bill & his friends.....great guys to spend the day with on the water! Good luck fishing.

    Capt Bill Lake
    985-851-6015
    985-637-3712

  9. #1197
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    Wink Hopedale Marsh Trout Trip

    Hopedale Marsh Trout Trip,


    Today Brandon and I left out of Hopedale to fish ¼ Pint of Fuel Lake and upon arriving to our first spot we discovered that the marsh trout have finally made their appearance. The tide, however, was extremely high and the weather early morning was calm but the winds picked up as the morning matured. Using Berkley Gulps 3 inch (white and new penny) with ¼ oz. screw jig heads under clicking egg corks, we sporadically caught specks drifting across the lagoon. We must have thrown back at least 10 undersized trout but the main problem was the tide refused to fall due to a brisk southeasterly wind that developed as the day went on. This caused the trout bite to go flat. We tried for reds but the tide was too high, however, Brandon did manage to catch the only redfish right before we decided to leave around 10:30 am. We ended the trip with 20 specks and one redfish

    Good fishin’,
    Jerrylabella.com/forums

    Brandon was glad he made it for this trip as he shows off one marsh redfish and one trout.
    Saltwater Fishing Articles & More by Outdoor Writer Jerry LaBella
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  10. #1196

    Smile Dularge Fishing!

    Dularge Redfish Action

    Good fishing yesterday with Bill Reisack and crew from Houston,Tx. The trio all are out of state and wanted to catch Louisiana redfish. They are here for a 3 day adventure.A very windy day yesterday so we decided to bottom fish instead of working the duck ponds. Our first stop produced a few reds but the mammoth size Blackdrum were herded up like cattle and it was one fish after the other with 25-40lb fish. The guys loved the action but it was not what we were looking for. Our second stop found the crew ripping in some nice reds on every cast but that soon played out as the big drum were present there too. A few more reds were caught at our next stop along with sheepshead, channel catfish and more drum. We filled the box with a variety of fish and the guys had a great time doing the DU! Good luck fishing.

    Capt Bill Lake
    985-851-6015
    985-637-3712

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