I am a long time Louisiana redfish Guide out of New Orleans fly fishing the Biloxi Marsh for huge redfish. You will find fly fishing reports and redfish happenings here. If you are interested in a Louisiana redfish guide trip please see my site at New Orleans Redfish Guide.
My name is Captain John Iverson, this is my fly fishing Redfish Guide Journey.
Well this has been anamazing week for fly fishing in the Louisiana marsh. Perfect weather and good tides have produced some an abundance of shots on bull redfish. The winds are now at 20 knots and the easy days are over for the foreseeable future.
I am confident the first calm day after this stretch will once again produced massive quantities of hungry crawling redfish. Even in poor conditions I will find fish. They just are not on every bank and in every nook and cranny.
The brief rest is not entirely unwelcome. My body aches and some down time is required to catch up on daily chores. A couple of days rest will do me good.
Now the fishing is easy. Everywhere you go you can find giant redfish on the banks. The schools have broken into singles and swim deep banks searching for food. It really does not take much to find good quantities of fish.
I am really not impressed with my new Beavertail Strike skiff. My old boat was superior. The customer service I received from Will and Liz at Beavertail is unacceptable at best. I have and affinity for antiques. Perhaps I should have just stayed with the Morejohn skiff.
There are still openings in November if you want to book the trip of a lifetime. Any day I can get out there is producing.