No spammy bullshit.
Just my interpretation of the conditions in Louisiana, and how I'd fish them.
Louisiana's inshore waters are diverse, ranging from blackwater to saltwater, and I fish them all.
This required me to master a wide range of tackle and techniques to be successful in each one.
This knowledge is what I share.
Webinars with actionable advice to help you catch fish. These are free, but seats are limited.
Inshore fishing seminars on steroids. Attend a workshop in-person and learn advanced knowledge from the experts.
I teach you everything you need to succeed in the marsh, for the less than a fishing rod.
Listen to Inshore Interviews, where I interview today's inshore anglers to share their passion and best advice.
Actual inshore fishing reports for the areas you fish, not charter captains showing off their dock shots.
See how I plan and execute my fishing trips inside this exclusive membership.
I take my learning seriously and put it to practice. Now focusing on that Google earth and Navionics.
Sure you can get lucky sometimes and find fish. But with knowledge you can always find fish.
This one particular time someone told me to check out Louisiana Fishing Blog. Boy that was probably the best tip I have ever gotten.
I have gained so much knowledge, took notes, got advice on the right rods and reels, tackle, how to find fish, etc.
100-proof fishing knowledge, and it is continually updated and evolving to fit the needs of Louisiana inshore anglers.
I admire Devin's truth and wisdom because it helps me a lot. I'm not asking for honey holes, but fishing knowledge and that's why I turn to Louisiana Fishing Blog.
Great community with lots of great reports. It immediately became my go-to site because it was actually filled with reports and not guides plugging their sponsors.
As a native of the bayou I want people to come here, have fun and catch some fish! You can literally catch fish every day in Louisiana and I want anglers from out of town to be knowledgeable of a few of the tricks we have! lol Louisiana Fishing Blog provides those tips and tricks.
Navigate the marsh like your grew up there!
I show you the tools and knowledge to identify safe routes, create them and use on your fishing trips.
This foundational knowledge used by fishing guides and avid anglers to catch limits of speckled trout and redfish.
Discover these time-tested techniques and what tackle works. Find biting fish and know what to do when the fishing gets tough.
Advanced angling to catch fish where conventional methods fail
I show you how to master casting tackle and artificial lures to achieve presentations fish cannot resist.
The skills and knowledge you need to locate, see and catch redfish in crystal-clear water.
This course will change how you fish and, honestly, you may never fish in any other way once you do!
My dad actually put me on it and I was surprised that it was actually filled with REAL and practical info.
I should be the poster child for Inshore Fishing 101!
I'm from Atlanta and have only been to the marsh 1-2 times before. Those times I caught a little each time. I haven't finished the 101 school yet but my scheduled weekend to go fishing was this past weekend. Me and two friends caught 2 coolers full 2 days and only 1 cooler full the 3rd day .... bad day!
Used 100's of live/dead shrimp. The fish really didn't care. The 1st two days we used a Rucker Rig. We couldn't get them to bite a popping cork. Last day we fished a shallow lake (Hermitage) and killed them using a popping cork.
The key is to get out and practice what is learned in this course.
Some of it doesn't make perfect sense until you get out and try it.