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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.

970 Highway 384
70607 Lake Charles , LA
United States
Phone: 337-802-0552
Louisiana US
Calcasieu/Cameron Parish
Bayou Charters
4521 Hopedale Highway
70085 Hopedale , LA
United States
Phone: 504-278-3474
Louisiana US
St. Bernard Parish
Bayou Guide Service & Charters

3327 Bayou Dularge Road
Theriot, LA 70397
(985) 851-6015
caplake.com

Terrebonne Parish

Bayou Segnette State Park offers the best of everything. Just a thirty-minute drive across the Mississippi River from New Orleans, a multitude of recreational opportunities awaits visitors of all ages--boating, fishing, canoeing, picnicking, playgrounds and, of course, swimming in the wave pool, as well as an ecosystem that offers you the chance to spot plants, trees and wildlife from both swamps and marshland.

7777 Westbank Expressway
70094 Westwego , LA
United States
Phone: 504-736-7140
Louisiana US
Jefferson Parish
7777 Westbank Espresway
70094 Westwego , LA
United States
Phone: 504-736-7140
Louisiana US
Jefferson Parish

Boating, canoeing, kayaking, birding, fishing. Walking trail and elevated boardwalk.

Bayou Teche National Wildlife Refuge was established in 2001 with the primary purpose of aiding in con - servation efforts for the Louisiana Black Bear, a federally threatened subspecies of the American Black Bear. The refuge totals just under 10,000 acres and is subdivided into several units. Both the Garden City Unit and the Franklin Unit feature walking trails through live oak-dominated bottomland hardwood forest and cypress-tupelo swamp. The Franklin Unit also contains 2 canoe trails, as well as a driving trail bordering much of the Franklin Unit, connecting it to the Garden City Unit via a levee road along the Hanson Canal. Check the refuge headquarters for more information regarding trail access. Although little-documented due to the young age of the refuge, the avifauna here is both diverse and dense. Neotropical species such as Acadian Flycatcher, White-eyed and Red-eyed vireos, and Northern Parula, Yellow-throated, Prothonotary, and Hooded warblers nest in abundance. Year round residents include Wood Duck, Red-shouldered Hawk, Mourning Dove, Barred Owl, Red-bellied, Downy, Hairy and Pileated woodpeckers, Carolina Chickadee, Tufted Titmouse, and many others Common winter birds include Red-tailed Hawk, Belted Kingfisher, Eastern Phoebe, Tree Swallow, House Wren, Winter Wren, Hermit Thrush, Savannah Sparrow, and American Goldfinch. 

1725 Willow St.
70538 Franklin , LA
United States
Phone: 985-853-1078
Louisiana US
St. Mary/Cajun Coast Parish

Venice Marina

12531 Conwood Ave
70818 Baton Rouge , LA
United States
Phone: 225-262-1672
Louisiana US
Plaquemines Parish
Beachcomber Guide Service

238 Gabi Ct.
Theriot, LA 70397
(985) 855-6150
beachcomberguides.com

Terrebonne Parish
Bent Rod Offshore

Grand Isle

Grand Isle , LA
United States
Phone: 985-817-0117
Louisiana US
Jefferson Parish

Venice Marina

9888 Gene Buckel Dr.
70726 Denham Springs , LA
United States
Phone: 225-978-1136
Louisiana US
Plaquemines Parish

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