Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Bad Weather Bulls

The November season is in full swing and the Louisiana redfish are big and easy not unlike our namesake city of New Orleans. Twenty pound fish are cruising flats high up in the water column and simple to spot for most fly fisherman.
The numbers of fish seem to increase daily. There are so many redfish that cloudy rainy days are not a problem. Schools of four to five bull redfish swim around lazily looking for bait. A properly presented fly makes a perfect substitute to satisfy their apatite.
This Weeks Video:  Bad Weather Bulls



Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Aggressive November redfish

November is upon us and the Biloxi marsh is fired up with the red hue of fish stalking the banks. Shallow water redfish are the order of the day. Even the post spawn big girls are sallow and eager to take flies.
Clients are ecstatic with the results of their casts. Fish are in a frenzy. I am calling out those magical words "He ate it" on a constant basis. I would be begging people to book but my calendar is full  through January with few exceptions.
If you are reading this please book your trip early if you want a guided fly fishing redfish charter in Louisiana during October or November.