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Explore the most wondrous waters of the world for fishing. Louisiana’s 3,000 miles of shoreline give even the most avid fisherman an unrivaled experience. The lakes, marshes, and gulf waters of the coast offer some of the most liberal catch limits in the country, meaning anglers can collect more fish than in any other place in the continental United States. For more information, including licenses, seasonality and tips, please check our complete fishing page along with the fishing listings below.

Lake Borgne, Lake Pontchartrain, slidell marsh

Slidell , LA
United States
Phone: 985-781-7811
Louisiana US
St. Tammany Parish
4262 Hw. 90 East
70030 Des Allemands , LA
United States
Phone: 985-758-5561
Louisiana US
Lafourche Parish

The Atchafalaya Delta Wildlife Management Area is a 137,695-acre area located at the mouths of the Atchafalaya River and the Wax Lake Outlet in St. Mary Parish. The area is located some 25 miles south of the towns of Morgan City and Calumet and is accessible only by boat. Most of the area consists of open water in Atchafalaya Bay. Within the Bay, two deltas (the Main Delta and the Wax Lake Delta) have formed from the accretion of sediments from the Atchafalaya River and from the deposition of dredged material by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Only about 27,000 acres are vegetated on these deltas. About 15,000 acres of marsh and scrubby habitat occur on the Main Delta, and about 12,000 acres of marsh occur on the Wax Lake Delta. Hunting on the Delta is primarily for waterfowl, deer, and rabbit. Deer hunting on the Main Delta (deer hunting on the Wax Lake Delta is not permitted) is restricted to archery hunting by adults and youth lottery gun hunts. Harvest per unit effort on deer is extremely high. Fur trapping, commercial fishing, recreational fishing (especially for redfish, catfish, bass, and bluegill) and alligator harvests also yield great returns. Non-consumptive recreational pursuits include boating, camping, and bird-watching, especially on the Main Delta. The area has two campground areas (with primitive restrooms) and has a number of pilings available for houseboat mooring. Overnight mooring is allowed via permit only (16-day permits or hunting season permits). Year-round mooring is prohibited. LDWF offers both lease and lottery opportunities. 

United States
Phone: 337-373-0032
US
St. Mary/Cajun Coast Parish
Avid Angler Fishing Charters

1868 Dr. Beatrous Road
Theriot, LA 70397
(985) 855-5909
avidanglerfishingcharters.com

Terrebonne Parish
Backwater Charters, LLC

305 Laurel
Houma, LA 70360
(985) 790-3655
 

Terrebonne Parish
Bad Boyz Charters

Grand Isle

Grand Isle , LA
United States
Phone: 504-382-0179
Louisiana US
Jefferson Parish

Brenton Sound | Point a la Hache | Port Sulphur

1401 Avenue C
70072 Marrero , LA
United States
Phone: 877-393-0418
Louisiana US
Plaquemines Parish
Baycoast Charters
P.O. Box 6
70357 Golden Meadow , LA
United States
Phone: 985-475-6598
Louisiana US
Lafourche Parish
Bayou Black Marina

251 Marina Dr
Gibson, LA 70356
(985) 575-2315

Terrebonne Parish
Bayou Carlin Cove is your connection to the abundant waterways of the Vermilion Bay area, like the Intracoastal Waterway, Southwest Pass, Jefferson Island and Avery Island. A favorite spot for boaters, anglers, hunters and nature lovers, it’s perfect for great fishing, fresh seafood off the boat and lots of family fun.
Bayou Carlin Cove Boat Landing & Pavilion
605 S. Railroad St.
70528 Delcambre , LA
United States
Phone: (800) 884-6120
Louisiana US
Iberia Parish

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