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Beating Ole Man River — Pro tips for Venice trout fishing

Venice regularly produces speckled trout like this 5-pounder for Brandon Carter.

Rule No. 1 for speckled trout fishing: Look for clean water. 

As far as Louisiana speck fisherman go, that’s probably rule Nos. 2 and 3, as well. Their definition of “clean water” is clear water— that kind of green, fishy clear that makes their pulses run hard.

There is some dispute as to whether Mark Twain called the Missouri River or the Mississippi River “too thick to drink and too thin to plow.”

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Code Red — Shallow-water fishing tips to catch more redfish

Junior Mendoza’s specialty is sight-fishing for redfish in shallow water. Note the poling platform behind him on his surface drive driven boat.

I shivered involuntarily in the predawn light. It felt more like I was going duck hunting than fishing, especially since I was in a surface drive-driven shallow-water boat.

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Biloxi Marsh Mishmash — The key to March fishing

You can catch some very hefty fish in the interior marsh this month.

Webster’s Dictionary defines a mishmash, as “an assortment or variety of odds and ends, a mixture; a hodgepodge.”

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The little things in life — Bass fishing tips for Bayou Dularge

Capt. Travis Miller calls bass a pure bonus for Dularge guides.

As I’ve grown from a wild-eyed 13-year-old wondering what kind of hovercraft I would be driving in the year 2000 to a 45-year-old wondering where the time went, I’ve learned to appreciate the little things in life.

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Po-boy panfish — How to catch lake runners, bluegill and catfish in Bayou Lacombe

Green-trout (aka bass) and goggle-eye usually show up in any “box” from this area. Both love grass shrimp.

You know how it goes: After slurping through a few pounds of spicy boiled crawfish you start craving a something a little heavier and crunchier.

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How to clean, freeze sheepshead

Sheepshead’s firm white meat makes it ideal for Ceviche.

The key to filleting them is using a sturdy-bladed boning knife and cutting over and around the thick rib bones by going into the fish from the top rather than from behind the gills. With an electric knife, it’s easiest to start from the tail and fillet forward.

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