Luisiana Pesca con Mosca Fishing Charters

Luisiana Pesca con Mosca Fishing Charters

Best Pesca con Mosca Fishing Charters in Luisiana

Luisiana: 32 chárteres de pesca disponibles

Southeast Charters

Excellent
5.0 / 5
(9 reviews)
velas
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La Redfish Outfitters

Excellent
5.0 / 5
(8 reviews)
Port Sulphur
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viajes desde $600

Nola Addiction Fishing Charters

Excellent
5.0 / 5
(2 reviews)
St Bernard
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viajes desde $750

High Tide Charters

Excellent
4.9 / 5
(43 reviews)
lake Charles
viajes desde $500

Pesca con Mosca Fishing in Luisiana

Fly fishing in Louisiana isn’t all about lake or river fishing for Bass and Trout, as you might think. This makes a bit of an oddity when it comes to fly fishing, which is all the more reason to check it out. Interestingly enough, it’s intertwined with the booming angling scene in South Louisiana and hotspots like New Orleans. Sure enough, you can find plenty of Bass in places like the Tangipahoa River, but make sure to drop down south if you’re interested in trying something a bit different.

Where to go fly fishing in Louisiana

New Orleans

New Orleans is the angling capital of Louisiana — this is taken as a given by most anglers. Same goes for fly fishing, and you’ll quickly find out why Louisiana is known as the Bayou State. Some New Orleans fly fishing guides will go quite far out in search of the very best fishing spots. One of those spots is the Biloxi Marsh, located some 20 miles from the city center. It is the quintessential Louisiana fly fishing destination, where you can fish for Reds, Jacks, Black Drum, and Sheepshead.

Venice

Venice is known throughout the country as a top offshore destination, but what you might not know is that it packs just as much of a punch inshore, too. There’s a whole bunch of bayous here, all of them absolutely crawling with Redfish, Flounder, Speckled Trout and more besides. Jokingly referred to as “The end of the World,” Venice can very well be the end of your search for a great fly fishing destination.

Houma

The unassuming city of Houma lies some 50 miles southwest of New Orleans. While not all that well-known as a fishing destination on its own, there’s enough marshland on the southern end for an entire army of anglers to have a good time. Thanks to not being all that represented in the public eye, it makes for a more laid back and private experience for those who like their peace and quiet.

When to go fly fishing in Louisiana

For a thrilling Louisiana Redfish fly fishing experience, make sure to visit no earlier than the early fall weeks, when the Bull Reds have moved into shallower waters in the marshland. This means you’ll be seeing a lot of them in great numbers. If you want to get a taste of the high season, November and December are when Bull Reds are absolutely on fire. January is another excellent month for fly fishing Redfish, but the weather is known to be a bit more fickle than usual. Colder weather is your friend as you can expect the waters to be crystal-clear, making sight casting a breeze.

What equipment should I bring?

When you’re fishing Louisiana on the fly in the winter, your basic weapon of choice will be a 9wt rod. Most Louisiana fly fishing guides will also have a 10wt handy for Bull Reds, which reach over 30lb. For shallow water fishing where the catch doesn’t go over the 20lb mark, you can absolutely make due with an 8wt rod. Conditions on the day can always vary, but these basic guidelines should be quite enough to get you started.

As for flies, don’t forget the timeless adage - bigger flies for bigger fish. This is especially pertinent for Bull Redfish that won’t chase your fly due to their poor eyesight. Feel free to go with more extravagant colors (fluorescent orange, purple, bright yellow) in the winter - they work wonders! You can also feel free to use poppers if you like, seeing the fish scramble topwater is all kinds of fun.

Don’t worry too much if you’re inexperienced in the ways of the fly - plenty of local captains are also great instructors who can give you pointers. There’s no reason to miss out on some of the best fishing in the Bayou State, so come on down and tie some flies!

Luisiana
Excellent
4.6 / 5
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Ask the research living accommodations and ask the the Captain about living accommodations Ask about fishing license
Excellent
4.7 / 5
Ask the research living accommodations and ask the the Captain about living accommodations Ask about fishing license
Vincent  M.
Vincent M. Humble, TX
Be sure to apply lots of sunscreen, wear a large brimmed hat, and long sleeve fishing shirt to protect from the sun. If you have issues tolerating extreme heat, bring shammies.
Excellent
4.7 / 5
Be sure to apply lots of sunscreen, wear a large brimmed hat, and long sleeve fishing shirt to protect from the sun. If you have issues tolerating extreme heat, bring shammies.
Shawn  O.
Shawn O. United States
It's good in the morning and possibly evening but once it's hot they stop biting. Hydrate early and often. It was recommended to go October thru January for speckled trout.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
It's good in the morning and possibly evening but once it's hot they stop biting. Hydrate early and often. It was recommended to go October thru January for speckled trout.
Anna  S.
Anna S. New Orleans, LA
Fresh water is in the area heavy but the fish are still there you just have to find them.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Fresh water is in the area heavy but the fish are still there you just have to find them.
Chris  B.
Chris B. Denham Springs, LA
Boat was top notch. Captain Josh was a fish whisperer. Knew exactly where they were and how to get them on a hook.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Boat was top notch. Captain Josh was a fish whisperer. Knew exactly where they were and how to get them on a hook.
Rockne  A.
Rockne A. Mesquite, Texas
Fish midweek if possible. We went on a Tuesday, and Ryan had access to all of his honey holes.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Fish midweek if possible. We went on a Tuesday, and Ryan had access to all of his honey holes.
Michael  N.
Michael N. Baton Rouge, LA
The time of year may have been a factor. We didn't catch many fish at all.
Very good
4.0 / 5
The time of year may have been a factor. We didn't catch many fish at all.
Marquis  B.
Marquis B. Overland Park, KS
Lagniappe Chaters and Captain Scott Pelas is my top choice and he should be yours!!! Tight Lines
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Lagniappe Chaters and Captain Scott Pelas is my top choice and he should be yours!!! Tight Lines
Ronnie  T.
Ronnie T. Orlando, FL
Try to pick the right day weather-wise. Listen to the captain's tips. I'm a long time fisherman but not at this type of fishing. Don's knowledge was very helpful.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Try to pick the right day weather-wise. Listen to the captain's tips. I'm a long time fisherman but not at this type of fishing. Don's knowledge was very helpful.
Vernon  M.
Vernon M. Morganfield, Kentucky
we had a wonderful time/caught more than we thought for this time of year-great adventure/experience. Bring a rainsuit just in case.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
we had a wonderful time/caught more than we thought for this time of year-great adventure/experience. Bring a rainsuit just in case.
Toni  B.
Toni B. Riverton, VA
If it's in December make sure you're dressed for it if your going out in the morning.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
If it's in December make sure you're dressed for it if your going out in the morning.
Kary  Z.
Kary Z. Myakka City, FL
Please call Captain Shaw!! He will treat you RIGHT! We are avid fishermen and were very pleased! Courtesy and professionalism go along ways!
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Please call Captain Shaw!! He will treat you RIGHT! We are avid fishermen and were very pleased! Courtesy and professionalism go along ways!
Rhonda  V.
Rhonda V. Ruidoso Downs, NM
Had a better time fishing out of New Orleans, as compared to a destination that is twice as far away.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Had a better time fishing out of New Orleans, as compared to a destination that is twice as far away.
Donna  L.
Donna L. Baton Rouge, LA
Dress appropriate which is what the captain recommend. Glad we listened because it was chilly! Don't let that stop you from having a great time. 1st time won't be the last time with Victory Bay Charter.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Dress appropriate which is what the captain recommend. Glad we listened because it was chilly! Don't let that stop you from having a great time. 1st time won't be the last time with Victory Bay Charter.
Kristina  L.
Kristina L. New Orleans, Louisiana
if its windy and cold and the lake is dirty dont go. if its just cold and water is clear go get on some speckled trout, its a blast. flownder are running in november and the redfishing is usually always good. its a big lake and alot of water to cover so i would get a map of the area or fish with someone that knows the area well.
Very good
3.7 / 5
if its windy and cold and the lake is dirty dont go. if its just cold and water is clear go get on some speckled trout, its a blast. flownder are running in november and the redfishing is usually always good. its a big lake and alot of water to cover so i would get a map of the area or fish with someone that knows the area well.
Waylon  S.
Waylon S. Lake Charles, LA
I loved fishing this area. Beautiful scenery and calm waterways. Very different than fishng the NJ coast as I'm used to.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
I loved fishing this area. Beautiful scenery and calm waterways. Very different than fishng the NJ coast as I'm used to.
Steven  S.
Steven S. Pensacola, FL
If you are a beginner this is not the trip for you. But if you know how to fish this is a wonderful trip. Captain Dominic was awesome.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
If you are a beginner this is not the trip for you. But if you know how to fish this is a wonderful trip. Captain Dominic was awesome.
Louis  H.
Louis H. Metairie, LA
It’s all what you make of it, we chose to sight fish in shallow, clear water with artificials and had dozens of shots at fish.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
It’s all what you make of it, we chose to sight fish in shallow, clear water with artificials and had dozens of shots at fish.
Zan  G.
Zan G. OCEAN BRZ PK, FL
Overall fishing is New Orleans is fun and your going to catchy something some days are better then others.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Overall fishing is New Orleans is fun and your going to catchy something some days are better then others.
Anthonel  R.
Anthonel R. New Orleans, LA
Definitely use a guide service. Captain Dave read the water and weather conditions and kept me in the fish.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Definitely use a guide service. Captain Dave read the water and weather conditions and kept me in the fish.
Mark  S.
Mark S. Corryton, TN

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