Fall Fishing Explosion
Noviembre 15, 2018 Grand Isle 1 foto
Redfish
Redfish
Spotted Seatrout
Spotted Seatrout

Trip Summary

Our fall bite was a little late getting started but now that it is here it is living up to expectations. As the last of our shrimp start their migration out of the marsh, the fish instinctively move in to ambush them and fatten up for the winter. When you find any drain coming out of the marsh where there are shrimp, you will find fish. When you find the schools of reds they are usually just that schooled up and fighting each other for food. Seagulls diving on the water tells you that a school of trout are harassing the shrimp. Catch them fast before they move on and it makes for some really fast action. You need to work around the fronts that roll through this time of the year but fall is quickly becoming my favorite time of the year to be on the water.
Daryl Carpenter
Grand-isle, Louisiana, United States
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Reel Screamers Guide Service invites you for an exciting fishing adventure on Grand Isle, Louisiana. The charter operates full time and is owned and operated by Captain Daryl Carpenter who has fished the waters of Louisiana his entire life. He works with ...

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