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  1. Fly Fishing Anglers
    January is almost gone but with a bit of a cloudy start has really shown it's true colors in the last few weeks. High Pressure weather patterns with abundant sunshine! The temps have been right on their averages of mid 40's at night and low 60's during the day (Perfect.) The water temps have...
  2. Fishing Lodges and Vacations Reports and Reviews
    Well the 2014 fall season was gangbuster's with mild weather and plenty of Bull Redfish. The weather was steady with little to no wind to speak for over 90% of September-the end of December. The few coldfronts we experienced were dry. The warm weather kept the fish schooled up longer than on...
  3. Fly Fishing Anglers
    October is almost here and with it comes cooler day's, Bull Redfish, and clear water. I alway's look forward to the months spent over in Louisiana polling for these Big Reds. By big I'm speaking of 30+ pound fish daily and lot's of them. It's alway's nice to get away from it all for the day...
  4. Fly Fishing Anglers
    I'm sure everyone has heard throughout the grapevine that we had a great season in Louisiana. Besides a bit of wind this last month, we truly enjoyed lot's of high pressure and cool clear water making sight fishing the marsh perfect. Now there is a hint of warmer air on everyone's shoulders...
  5. Fly Fishing Anglers
    Winter Bull Redfish season is in full swing here in Hopedale, Louisiana with cool temps and crystal clear water! Hurricane Issac back in August really played it's part in rejuvenating the nutrient rich waters of the Biloxi Marsh. The storm surge pulls great amounts of surface silts and mud off...
  6. Fly Fishing Anglers
    An awesome day on the water of the Biloxi Marsh in Louisiana! We had schools of Bull Redfish as well as Jack's pushing banks and aggressively feeding all day. This time of year the Louisiana Redfish group up into massive schools in a pre spawn ritual. When the fish are grouped up like this...
  7. Fly Fishing Anglers
    Southeastern Louisiana has been blessed this week with it's first significant Cold Front. Temps in the lower 60's overnight and not breaking 75 during the day, in turn cooling the water's of the surrounding Marsh. This cooling in water temps clears the marsh water from the summer warm temps...
  8. Fly Fishing Anglers
    The winter is winding down and the Gulf Coast temps are steadily rising. The warming waters of the Biloxi Marsh in southeastern Louisiana represent the end of the winter season of Fly Fishing to Monster Redfish. These Monster's entertain us during the months of October through the end of March...
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