Slow fishing out of the Delacroix marsh this weekend. The remnants of the full moon are still working on the feeding patterns of the fish. The redfish have been cooperative, but the trout have been scarce. We have been catching one to three trout per spot. The trout have been nice size, up to 18″ with few throwbacks. The redfish are sacattered, but not hard to limit with multiple fishing spots. The reds have been going up to 26″ with few throwbacks. All fish have taken live or dead shrimp fished 2-5′ under corks. The water conditions are very fishable, but rather low toward the low tidal ranges. This tends to make the water dingy, but still fishable. There is plenty of bait both inside and outside of the marsh. The trout just do not seem to be interested in feeding after the moon sets in the morning. This week should find the moon effect waning. We need cold fronts to finish the inside migration. Looking forward to a banner fall and winter season! Good luck out there this week.

Captain Jeff J. Dauzat