Fly fishing for redfish in south Louisiana this year has been tough. The conditions in the New Orleans and Vanessa been relentless. But the grind has been worth it and the marsh seldomly lets you down. It’s really an anglers game now days. Fly fishing south Louisiana is one of the greatest places on earth. Come see what’s up if you think you’ve got the game!
While every one is thinking about the holidays. We've been busy booking up are summer tarpon season in Carrabelle and St George island Florida. We usually start fishing tarpon around May 15 in the beautiful Florida panhandle. Are season usually runs into September or until the cooler weather starts. We mostly fish for tarpon on fly but also have much success with conventional spin fishing anglers. Or Carrabelle St. George Island Tarpon season usually books up pretty fast. But we still have a few dates available if you're looking to come have a good time.
Where super excited to be heading back out to Venice Louisiana for are upcoming redfish season. The marshes of Sothern Louisana provide the perfect back drop for shallow water redfishing and is the perfect training grounds to keep your flyfishing skills on point during the cold winter months.
My clients really enjoy the days spent on the bow stalking the shallow flats and book there days almost a year in advance. There are a very few dates available in September this being one of the better months for big schools and topwater popper bites. Please contact me if your interested in fly fishing in Louisiana. I would love to share this truly unique and incredible experience with you.
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The summer months are here! We have a very limited number of tarpon dates left. June and July are the prime time for catching these giant tarpons. Carrabelle and St. George Island Florida have some of the best tarpon fishing along the Gulf Coast. So book your fishing trip today and let Capt. Cody Moody put you on them!
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