Excellent fishing in the interior marsh out of Delacroix, Louisana. Easy limits of speckled trout are finding their way into the ice chest. The fish really fed this morning before the front pushed through. The fish are staging in the deep holes and passes between lakes and adjacent to flats. These fish are readily taking artificial lures presented slowly along the bottom. The hot colors today were smoke and purple/chartreuse tail on a 3/8 ounce jighead. The fish were 13-18″ with a good number of small fish. There was plenty of action on almost every cast and the last fish hit the ice chest before 11 AM. It does not get easier fishing than right now. This pattern should continue through the rest of the month and into the first couple of weeks in February. If you have never experienced the fast and furious action of inshore speckled trout fishing, then this is the time to visit. Good luck out there this week.