Louisiana Sight Fishing • 10-19 years of experience
Depending on the time of year, we will fish anywhere from Delacroix to Port Sulpher, Point La Hache and Venice, to the marshes of Houma (Point Aux Chien, Cocodrie, Dularge). We encourage clients of all skill levels to come fish with us. As weather is sometimes unpredictable, we will always have spinning rods in the boat with us if the weather just becomes too bad for the fly rod and can change tactics to better put fish in the boat. Our times on the water will also vary depending on the time of year. In the Summer, we like to try and be on the water quite early (6:30-7:30am) due to the immense heat that begins to build throughout the day as well as beat the summer showers that you can almost be sure of some days starting up not long after lunch. In the Winter, of course, it is quite opposite as we are more anxious for the middle part of the day to give us sunlight to warm things up a bit and get those fish active. Through the Fall and Winter we are normally aiming to be on the water for around 8-9am. We do not really go by any set amount of time on the water, but normally get anywhere from 6-8 hours of fishing in each day. That time frame on the water could vary due to things such as rain, tide, extreme cold or heat, etc. Of course our first priority is putting our anglers on as many fish as we can possibly do so while also keeping them in a safe setting. As for things to bring, you will need; polarized sunglasses, non marking shoes, light waterproof jacket (even on a sunny day, you may get some spray on you from a wave), and if you have your own fly rods and flies, you are more than welcome to bring those. If not, we will have everything you will need for the day.
Redfish, Drum and Sheepshead can be targeted year round. Big Bull Reds show up in the fall.
Jacks can be targeted from April through October, but July - September is peak season.
As always, if there are any other questions you may have, you are more than welcome to call or text me at any time at 504-343-9017. Thanks and we are looking forward to having you!
Slidell, Louisiana • 10-19 years of experience
Since he was old enough to stand he's had a fishing pole in my hand. Whether it was riding my bike to the near-by park, fishing the banks of the beautiful Lake Pontchartrain. Born and raised in South Louisiana, Ty Hibbs specializes in sight fishing for redfish and jacks. Whether you prefer fly fishing our light tackle, Captain Ty will put you on fish.
With over 250 days on the water per year and being in these marshes since he was a kid, Captain Ty is sure to provide you with not only a great fishing trip, but also a part of the Louisiana marshes that seldom have ever seen before.
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