Building off what I learned on 4-6-19, it's time to make an "area change" and see what the east side of Delacroix has to offer.
It's time to start finding redfish! The first area to look is my favorite, the west side of Delacroix.
Unusually high levels of river water have radically changed the landscape and fish pattern. This calls for a change in how and where to fish.
This is the blueprint for that change.
The wind lays down and there's a good report for speckled trout in Lake Pontchartrain. But there's been record river water pouring from the nearby Bonnet Carre Spillway. Where can I find a good speckled trout bite and how can they best be caught?
These are the resources I use when I need to find a good fishing reel for a lot cheaper than you'd find elsewhere.
I take a trip to Hopedale to catch some redfish and scout some trout, but Nature had other plans.