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Tuna fishing on The Lump inconsistent, but looking up

Tuna action at The Lump now is inconsistent, but should be picking up shortly and pretty steady through March, according to Capt. Chris Nail with Capt. Cook Charters.

Tuna fishing requires a very logical approach for the process to be consistently effective, especially during the winter. 

Know when to go to the Wall

The great fishing action around the Chalmette Wall should continue well into April.

Currently, the Corps is busy building a road/bridge over the Bayou Bienvenue Locks, which makes it necessary for them to close the locks on weekdays.

The Great Wall of Chalmette — Fishing tips for the Michoud floodwall

Capt. Mike Gallo said most people like to fish near the outflows at the gates of the the Wall, either on the ICWW or at Bayou Bienvenue.

There are some very famous walls in our world. For instance, there’s the Great Wall of China, a historical monument and one of the rare, still-extant wonders of the ancient world. It stretches out over a distance of 5,000 miles and took two millenniums to build.

Padding Spots — Top streams for Kentucky bass

Spotted bass average much smaller than largemouths — but you’d never guess it while fighting this frisky and energetic gamefish.

“You gotta be outcha mind!”

Artie was stuck on his favorite quip. Any suggestion from anyone in Doc’s den that festive evening provoked it, as Artie rolled his eyes and grimaced in mock horror.

But he had a point.

Grand Isle marinas are a family thing

Supplying high quality live bait to his customers is a high priority for Buggie Vegas.

Buggie Vegas’ Cajun accent and beaming smile have become fixtures for sport fishermen launching or chartering out of Bridge Side Marina on Grand Isle.

Live bait takes some TLC

Cocahoe minnows are tough and the only commonly available live bait for marsh fishermen in the wintertime.

“I’m all about live bait,” veteran redfish and speckled trout charter guide Herk Bergeron said. “The catch ratio is much better with live bait, especially for bigger fish. Most of the winter, I use cocahoe minnows. I start with shrimp in April. From mid-May into August I use mostly croakers. In September, I shift back to cocahoes.

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