Delacroix Report – 6/14/2022

Got an early start this morning and intended to head to the outside waters, but passed a point on the edge of the marsh with good tide movement and bait flipping. Had to stop to check it out and was rewarded with fat speckled trout in the 15 -18″ class. These fish wanted artificial shrimp style baits on 3/8 ounce jig heads and live croakers and shrimp carolina rigged. The rising tide slowed and so did the fish feeding action. We headed back outside and found another point with good water movement, but no bait and no fish action. No bait – no fish… The heat wave started as the sun got up into the sky and we decided to stay on the inside. We hit other spots and and only picked up a couple more trout. Decided to call it day before our brains cooked any more. The fishing action is improving as the Mississippi River continues to fall. Better fishing ahead!

Good luck out there this week!

Captain Jeff