Delacroix Report – 7/8/2017

Good fishing conditions in the early morning out of the Delacroix marsh. The rain held off just long enough for my guests to get a few hours of a good trout bite in before sprinting for the cover of the dock. We hit the edge of a large interior lake where a deep bayou enters and set up for an incoming tide. The bite was slow at first, but got better as the spot set up. The trout started to inhale live shrimp carolina rigged in 5 feet of water. The speckled trout were in the 13-18″ class with very few undersized fish in the mix. The fish box was starting to fill up when the skies around us started to get dark. We kept at it as long as we could and ended up having to run for our safety as lighting started to crack all around us. We got home dry and had a great, but a short trip. Good luck out there this week!

Captain Jeff