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  1. #1244
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    Default Trout bite--good as it gets!! 11-29-2010







    Scott Wilson, Steve Kimberling, Rex newhofel, And Todd Workman from Nebraska fished with me today. It was FISH ON from the start!! The guys crushed the trout this morning slinging fish in from every direction. We had fish coming in the boat everycast, good as it gets even with the Gail force winds blowing!! LOL. Solid fish up to 2 pounds again. All fish caught over reefs in 1-2 ft of water with single rigged platics. Couple reds and a flounder also made the box. We left the fish biting at 11:00 so the guys would not miss their flight. Big thanks to Stan Evans for putting the trip together. Great time and I look forward to the next one!!!
    Give me a call and come get you some, December is looking to be very good!!!!!!!
    Capt. Marty LaCoste
    985 856 4477
    www.absolutefishingcharters.com
    Captmartyl@yahoo.com
    Capt. Marty LaCoste
    Absolute Fishing Charters, LLC
    985 856 4477
    captmartyl@yahoo.com
    www.absolutefishingcharters.com

  2. #1243
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    About as good as it gets at the Beach. The fishing right now is some of the best of the year and close to the launch. The mild weather has made for some very nice days to be on the water. The Pat Tesson group of three had a great day. We made one stop in Lake Robin and limited out on Trout. We then made a move to the shore line where the guys put 10 Reds and a Drum in the box along with the 100 Trout. While looking for Reds we could not get away from the Trout. The guys had to through back some very pretty Trout since we had out limits already. It was a fun day of fishing with a great group of guys.

    Glenn brought down a group of 5 for a day of catching and that is exactly what they did. We started off in Lake Borgne and had a good bite going. The guys and gals had a blast putting 70 or so Trout on ice before 9am then the action slowed down. We made a move to a rig in the lake and caught a bunch of huge Sheepshead and some nice big Trout to go with them. From there we headed into the marsh where the gang put some more Trout in the box along with a few Reds. Total for the day was 115 Trout, 13 heads, and 5 Reds.

    The Jim Walther group of four had a great day. We started off in Lake Robin where there were birds everywhere, but could not get much going. We moved up into the mouth of a bayou falling into the lake and got on a good bite. We put 60 or more Trout on ice till a discourteous boater put an end to our bite by flying right through our action. We made a move over towards Four Horse/Lake John area. Made several moves try out some lagoons that usually hold some big Trout right now, but the grass was very thick and the fish far and few between. We ended up in a cove in Four Horse where we got on a good bite and the Trout were very nice with a few big ones mixed in. We headed on in with 110 Trout, 6 Reds, 1 Head, and 1Bass that was a good 18? long.

    All fish caught under a cork with Campo?s live shrimp. The fishing in Shell Beach is outstanding and the fall/early winter fishing is on fire. This is some of the best fishing of the year. There are still some open dates so book yours soon. Campo?s is open with fuel, live bait, ice, and two back down ramps. Nice and easy launching with helpful advice from the Campo?s is waiting for you. For your next fishing adventure call United Charters. Very nice over night accommodations are available. 504-439-1680.

    Capt. Rory Rorison
    United Charters
    Shell Beach, LA
    504-439-1680
    rory@unitedcharters.com
    www.unitedcharters.com




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  3. #1242
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    Default Hopedale Thanksgiving Day Near-Launch Slam

    Hopedale Thanksgiving Day Near-Launch Slam,

    While most people were passing sliced turkey and cornbread dressing, David and I were passing the hook disgorger and landing net to each. Fishing started slow but ended fast and furious. Not many boats out today, as we left out of Hopedale to fish One Quart of Fuel Lake under overcast skies and a very high tide. We headed to one of the openings entering into the lake and only caught one black drum. We fished with Berkley Gulps and egg clicking corks tipped with shrimp. With the tide so high, I knew the fishing would be slow until the water started falling, bringing with it bait from the inside marsh onto the open lakes and bayous. So we decided to head deep into some of the marsh duck ponds for redfish. It wasn’t long before we put 3 nice-sized redfish in the boat and then headed out to the middle area of the lake to drift fish for speckled trout over the oyster reef. It was obvious that the trout were not yet obliging, even though the water had very good clarity but the tide was still not cooperating. At this point, we headed for the MRGO rock damn, where plenty of white trout, croaker, flounder and redfish had been obliging for the last past several months- a literal unparalleled fishing explosion. After rigging up double bottom drop leader rigs, tipped with shrimp, we caught a few croaker and white trout to cut up for tougher bait. This is a more productive bait than the shrimp pieces since they are easily nibbled off the hooks too fast. Croaker and white trout are actually cannibalistic, thus will eat the flesh of their counterpart. Fishing was so fast and various once we got the feeding frenzy going with the use of some fresh cut chum overboard, we were pulling fish in 2 at the time- sometimes the hooks wouldn’t hit bottom before two fish would hit the baits and get hooked. We ended the day with over 100 fish, mostly white trout with small croakers mixed in. David, right before we were ready to conclude the trip, latched into a 35-pound monster bull redfish that we landed and released. It was a great trip, and we left the area with sore arms and back from the intense fishing action in this area.

    Good fishin’,
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  4. #1241
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    Thumbs up Trout 'BUSTIN' Continues 11-23-2010



    Fun time today fishing with Greg Pecot, Beau Sylvest, and Mike O'Connor. These guys came down from Baton Rouge to bust up some trout, and did just that. The guys didn't care about catching limits, they just wanted to have fun. No problem as we had plenty fun BUSTIN up the trout!!! We Started the morning out slinging in the trout every-cast as the shrimp were running for their lives on top of the water with the yellow mouths in HOT PURSUIT!!!! Perfect morning with no wind and gorgeous green clear water. Good as it gets 'Down in Dularge'. Sparkle beetles under corks and bouncing LSU chubs did the major damage today. When our morning bite shut down we made several moves scouting, catching fish at everystop. We also hooked up with six reds (four being bull reds), 2 drum, and 1 flounder. We missed you Kirk, hope your feeling better. Thanks guys for a splendid day!!
    Big thanks to Capt. Rob Dupont for taking care of Josh Norton and crew yesterday. They caught over hundred trout with keepers and throw backs. Filling up a SOLID box and having lots of FUN!!

    Capt. Marty LaCoste
    985 856 4477
    www.absolutefishingcharters.com
    captmartyl@yahoo.com
    Capt. Marty LaCoste
    Absolute Fishing Charters, LLC
    985 856 4477
    captmartyl@yahoo.com
    www.absolutefishingcharters.com

  5. #1240
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    Wink Dularge trout smackdown 11-21-10






    Trout fishing off the charts, easy as it gets today!!! Like taking candy from a baby!!! LOL Had Clay Nunnally back on board today with his two boys 7yr old Peyton & 8yr old Parker, and Grandpa V.J. Morgan. Clay didn't get enough last week and wanted more, he got what he wanted!!!! It was so easy today as all you had to do was throw any bait in the water and the trout were devouring them. 7yr old Peyton and 8yr old Parker caught fish every-cast for several hours having the time of their lives!!! So awesome to see the young ones tearing up the specks. Only stopped the boat twice and we easily caught 200+ fish with the white trout mixed in (No white trout kept). I know the boys will be dreaming tonight of reeling in all the fish. Thanks so much Clay, incredible time with you guys today!! Great job today Peyton and Parker.
    Give me a call if you want in on this incredible action!
    Capt. Marty LaCoste
    985 856 4477
    www.absolutefishingcharters.com
    captmartyl@yahoo.com
    Capt. Marty LaCoste
    Absolute Fishing Charters, LLC
    985 856 4477
    captmartyl@yahoo.com
    www.absolutefishingcharters.com

  6. #1239
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    Default Shell beach report


    A PICTURE PERFECT DAY @ THE BEACH!!!!! Had the pleasure if fishing today with a fun group of guys from Zachry construction. . Picked them up at John Miremont’s home in beautiful Fort Beauregard estates. Had the pleasure of fishing with Carroll, Chis, Ricky & Ken. My first mate Eric also gave us a hand. Had a 1 stop shop & put 150 speckled trout in the boat, also caught 4 Reds, 4 Flounder, & 1 Sheepshead. The fish ate up Campos live shrimp as fast as you could get the bait in the water. The weather is great and the fishing is about as good as it gets. Everyone had a great time and said they had a blast fishing today. . We have openings so give a call to book you next adventure with the King.

    <p>Captain Ronnie and Capt tony fished with me today. Capt Ronnie also limited out catching 75 trout 2 reds and 1 head. Capt Tony had 50 last time I talked to him and was on a good bite. I will let you know how they did when they get back.

    <p> We have openings so give a call to book you next adventure with the King. YOU’LL BE GLAD YOU DID!!!!!


  7. #1238
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    Default Day 2 Dularge fishing




    Day 2 with Billy Myers, Danny Myers, Jason Moreno, Heath Slack, Joe Phillips, and Chuck Ellis found the Texas/La boys back slinging in the trout!! The action was not as fast as yesterdays but it was steady up until the tide quit falling. Our bite shut down so we moved locations to find a few more trout willing to bite. We decided to leave the trout around 12:00 to look for a few reds. Only two to be found, both caught out of Capt Rob's boat. Good times and memories made the last two days. Thanks for everything guys and I look forward to your return next year. Thanks also to Capt Rob Dupont for running the second boat and showing the guys a great time.
    Capt. Marty LaCoste
    985 856 4477
    www.absolutefishingcharters.com
    captmartyl@yahoo.com
    Capt. Marty LaCoste
    Absolute Fishing Charters, LLC
    985 856 4477
    captmartyl@yahoo.com
    www.absolutefishingcharters.com

  8. #1237
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    Thumbs up Thursday 'DULARGE TROUT SLAM'






    WOW is all I can say!! Had two boats running with a group from Texas/Louisiana. My texas guys were looking for a repeat SLAM like last year (at first light it wasnt looking good!!). We were greeted with the worst case scenario for catching trout (brutal winds, dirty water). It only took two stops and we were Duing what we Du best, loading the boat with Trout!!!!! The bite was on as we had trout, reds, bass, and a lonely flounder being slung into the boat. The guys had a total blast reeling in over 100 fish. Plastic baits is all you need in Dularge!!! We left the fish biting when we were finished. Looking for a repeat today with the same group. Thanks to Capt. Rob Dupont for running the second boat and putting his crew on the trout also. I know his crew had a good time as they were hooping and hollering all day!!
    Capt. Marty LaCoste
    985-856-4477
    www.absolutefishingcharters.com
    captmartyl@yahoo.com
    Capt. Marty LaCoste
    Absolute Fishing Charters, LLC
    985 856 4477
    captmartyl@yahoo.com
    www.absolutefishingcharters.com

  9. #1236
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    Talking Trout bashing going strong 11-12-2010







    Brian Antilley, 12 yr old Emma Antilley, and Mike Lambert joined me for a magnificent day of trout bashing. The trout bite was incredible today, better than yesterday!! We hit five schools of fish catching 30-50 trout at each stop. 12 yr old Emma was on a roll reeling in fish everycast. This was Mikes first time trout fishing and he had a blast reeling in the yellowmouths all day. Everyone did great and had the time of their lives reeling in all these fish. Over 200 trout must have hit the deck today. tantem rigged chubs did the trick again. Doesn't matter what color as these fish are HUNGRY. Thank you guys and thanks Lonnie for setting up the trip. Look forward to our trip coming up.
    Capt. Marty LaCoste
    985-856-4477
    www.absolutefishingcahrters.com
    captmartyl@yahoo.com
    Capt. Marty LaCoste
    Absolute Fishing Charters, LLC
    985 856 4477
    captmartyl@yahoo.com
    www.absolutefishingcharters.com

  10. #1235
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    Thumbs up Dularge Trout on FIRE!!! 11-11-2010

    What a incredible day putting the SMACKDOWN on the yellowmouths. Had Rick & Jake Woolsey back down from California and his dad thingy from Baton Rouge. These guys bring good luck everytime they fish with me as we have never had a bad trip. We started out the morning SMASHING the trout everycast on tantem rigged chubs. The trout were coming in the boat 4-8 at a time. "GOOD AS IT GETS". Everyone had a total blast as always!!! When our bite shut down we had right at 75 fish on ice. We made one more stop to find some HOG trout!! Fish up to 21 inch's (3#9oz), couple reds and bass for lagniappe. Rick wanted Jake to experience the pull of a big bull, so we went soak some crabs and made it happen. Jake was on fire all day long and finished the day hooking into two Bull Drum. Always a pleasure fishing with these guys and look forward to our next trip. Thanks guys.



    Capt. Marty LaCoste
    985-856-4477
    captmartyl@yahoo.com
    www.absolutefishingcharters.com
    Capt. Marty LaCoste
    Absolute Fishing Charters, LLC
    985 856 4477
    captmartyl@yahoo.com
    www.absolutefishingcharters.com

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