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What's Biting on the Bayou

The best way to enjoy the warm, salty breeze filling the air is on a fishing trip in Bayou Lafourche. Whether you are an experienced angler or a first-time fisherman, knowing what’s biting and what bait to bring is the first step as you set out on your bayou adventure.

Speckled Trout

Local charter fisherman, Captain Bobby Lynn Gros, says the speckled trout are on fire right now. Any reef or island in Lake Raccourci or Timberlier Bay to the west of Leeville is holding fish. The key to a solid catch is finding clean water and using live shrimp as bait. Trout are running anywhere from 11 to 18 inches in length but are plentiful. Weed through the little ones, and you'll end up with a full ice chest. To the west of Leeville, fish Bay Andre and Barataria Bay with the same set up, clean water, live shrimp, pogies, and croakers are the best baits to lure the specks.

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