Louisiana Coast Blog

You Can’t Go Wrong Using a Guide for Your Freshwater Fishing

When you fish along the coast and decide to go after freshwater fish, you can still find great guides to take you where the fish are biting. In fact, along the coast, many guides are experts at both freshwater and saltwater. You may find yourself catching a speckled trout right after that largemouth bass.

How do you find a guide and what to expect?

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Freshwater Fishing at Its Best

If you are a Louisiana native living near the coast and an avid fisherman, you already know the coastal area offers a lot more than just great saltwater fishing. There is also great freshwater fishing all along the coast. In fact, you can catch some of your favorite freshwater fish the first cast after pulling in a favorite saltwater fish. That’s because you find freshwater fish living in the brackish lake and estuaries that abound in South Louisiana.

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While America is still the land of “do it yourself” activities, some things are better left to the professionals.  And if you are visiting Louisiana and only have a day or two to get out fishing, make sure you have a great experience by using a local guide for saltwater fishing.  You’ll guarantee yourself a trip that you will talk about for years to come.

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Whether you are a Louisiana native or a visitor to our great state, we promise you won’t find better saltwater fishing anywhere in America. While many places make this type of claim, Louisiana backs it up! Just take a look at the marina docks on just about any afternoon next time you are around to see the proof. The great thing which separates Louisiana from many other saltwater fishing destinations is choice. You have so many choices that sometimes it is difficult to decide on just the way to go on any single day. You can fish all along the Louisiana coast and even further offshore.

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Plaquemines Parish is Louisiana’s most southern parish and is located where the Mississippi River and Gulf of Mexico meet. With this prime location, one can only imagine how stunning Plaquemines is, with all of its waterways, bayous, fishing spots and hunting grounds. In fact, Plaquemines Parish produces millions of pounds of shrimp, oyster and crab each year, contributing greatly to Louisiana’s seafood industry.

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For nature lovers who are interested in an outdoor activity, embracing the natural beauty, habitat and resources of Louisiana, the Creole Nature Trail is the perfect place to visit. Locals and visitors alike will feel at-one with nature when coming to the Creole Nature Trail, which is also known as the All-American Road.

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Morgan City Main Street is located west of New Orleans in the heart of southern Louisiana. With its ideal location, quaint atmosphere and Cajun influence, this area is a wonderful place to shop, eat and play.

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St. Bernard is a beautiful parish nestled in southeast New Orleans.  In 2007 and 2008, the parish was the fastest growing county, or parish (as we call them in Louisiana), in the United States, according to the U.S.

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Terrebonne Parish is the second largest parish in Louisiana, and you know what that means – plenty of places to fish! The parish is home to 69 lakes as well as miles and miles of marshland with direct access to the Gulf of Mexico, where an abundance of fish can be caught.

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Vermilion Parish has a strong reputation – it’s known as “the most Cajun place on Earth.” This is a lot to say about a small parish in coastal Louisiana, but it couldn’t be more true!

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