Is there so much river water that the 2019 spring run of speckled trout is negatively affected? Keep reading to learn more.
I've been getting a lot of the same question lately:
"Will the Bonnet Carré Spillway opening affect the spring run of speckled trout at the MRGO Long Rocks?"
It's a good question, since a lot of us are depending on it for good trout action before they're all in harder-to-reach locations during the spawn.
The answer is "probably not", when you consider:
If the above graphic doesn't make it obvious, the real concern isn't the Bonnet Carré Spillway.
Instead, it's the much higher volume of river water much closer from the south.
Ultimately, how much that affects the MRGO Long Rocks will depend on what the wind does.
You need a great wind forecast to figure that out, and for that you should really check out Windfinder.
Tight lines, y'all!
Don't forget, you can watch my latest fishing trips inside LAFB Elite (so you know where to go and what to use).
Bonnet Carré 2019 Part 2: How Will Inshore Fishing Be Affected This Year?
Will The Spillway’s River Water Hurt Fishing At The MRGO Long Rocks?
Bonnet Carré 2019 Part 4: How You Can Adjust To Catch Anyways
Bonnet Carré 2019 Part 3: Positive Things To Look Forward To
Bonnet Carré 2019 Part 1: How Bad Is It This Time?
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