You can expect to catch redfish (red drum), speckled trout, drum, flounder and sheephead on your Lafitte Louisiana Guided Fishing Charter.
Our captains operate anywhere between 21'-25' open bay boats.
We provide 6'6" medium actions spin cast fishing rods and reels for your use. Feel free to bring your own equipment if you wish.
Most of the time we will be using cork and jig. We also use spinner baits, gold spoons, jigs, and top water lures. The type of tackle will depend on the season and fishing conditions. You can be sure that your New Orleans fishing guide will know exactly what the fish are biting on.
We will leave the dock at safe light (daybreak). We will return to the dock between 1:00- 1:30 p.m. If you're needing certain special requirements we can customize a guided fishing trip to your needs.
That’s perfectly fine.Your guide will work with you to teach you the proper techniques to catch fish.
We always recommend you bring polarized sunglasses, sun block, hat, camera, and seasonal clothing. You will also need a Louisiana Fishing License and State ID. Make sure to bring an ice chest for your cleaned and bagged catch. You may also want to bring snacks, and beverages (yes alcohol is allowed).
Yes! It is perfectly legal to consume alcohol on the vessel.
Yes! Each person 16 years of age and older is required to have a fishing license. You can obtain your Louisiana Fishing Charter 3 Day License Here.
Yes, we will clean the fish you catch. In addition, if you'd to learn we're happy to teach you how to clean fish.
Winter fishing in Southeast Louisiana is some of the best fishing you can experience.
Yes you can catch fish when it’s windy. Our experienced fishing guide will know where to fish and how to fish in various weather conditions. Our chartered fishing guides help you catch fish with proper gear, tackle, bait and techniques.
If its scattered showers, we normally still a go unless there is lightening. If it’s a down pour, we normally cancel and return deposit or reschedule a day that works best for you.
Yes, our guides will be happy to bait hooks, handle fish and de-hook. We’re also happy to teach you how to do so yourself if you’d like.
Flounder would be most commonly caught in the spring and summer.
Our chartered fishing customers occasionally catch sharks. And yes, shark caught are can be edible.
Yes, our Lafitte chartered fishing guide will teach you how to catch fish including baiting, casting, setting the hook, reeling and de-hooking.
Bayou Country Fishing will provide your bait for your chartered fishing trip.
Your professional fishing guide will provide both bait and lures. What you use will depend on type of fish, season, weather conditions and water depth and more. Our guides have years of Southern Louisiana fishing experience and will help you catch fish.
Not a big deal at all. Some of our best memories are bringing out first-timers and watching the excitement as they land their first catch!