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As an inshore angler, you want to read fishing reports. This is often the missing key in an angler’s formula for success.
By failing to post and read Louisiana fishing reports you can set yourself up for failure and miss out big time!
You want to be up-to-date and read fishing reports so you know what the fish are up to. Knowing the conditions and how the fish are biting before you leave the dock is critical to achieving success.
It doesn’t matter if you are new to inshore fishing or not, taking time to read fishing reports is a critical habit.
You want to post fishing reports so the inshore fishing community can give you feedback to make you a better angler. If you have questions then helpful anglers can supply answers.
This way we all become better inshore anglers and can enjoy our passion, instead of spending time not enjoying success and experiencing frustration.
It depends on what you're fishing for.
If you want fishing reports for inshore species like speckled trout, redfish, flounder, triple tail, channel mullet, sheepshead, black drum and species like that, then you should consider joining us on Facebook at LAFB Inshore.
Joining LAFB Inshore is free, but you it is required you abide by the group rules, as per the notice below.
Be positive that you read the group rules before posting to LAFB Inshore.
Some things aren't allowed and there are very good reasons why, all explained here.
Please take time to read them, this way you have a good experience and get the most out of reading Louisiana Fishing Reports.
If you're looking for reports on bass and sacalait (crappie) then you should join LAFB Bassin'.
You probably don't use Facebook for one reason or another, but fact of the matter is that really good Louisiana fishing reports are found inside LAFB inshore.
This blog post gives solutions if you don't have a Facebook account.
LAFB Inshore is closely moderated by a team of volunteers who love fishing just like you. There's a set of rules enforced by admin that keep LAFB Inshore clean and relevant.
You won't come to LAFB Inshore and see a bunch of buy/sell ads, memes or other things that don't have to do with inshore fishing.
Anywhere inshore species can be caught on Louisiana's coast:
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