It’s been a good season in Louisiana! We have had our fair share of cold weather on the Marsh but all in all I think the shear number of Redfish on the flats when the weather was warm has been shocking. Due to the very cold water temps the unusually high winds we have experienced has not caused the waters of the Louisiana coast to become muddy at all. Honestly these waters have been crystal clear all winter even on 20+ mph day’s. We have been able Fly Fish very aggressively. It was nice to find some new zones that on a normal year you may pass up due to water clarity. Those fish will not be so lucky in the future. It’s always enjoyable for my family and I to spend the fall and winter months here in the Creole State. The food and Culture here just beg you to take a load off and stay awhile. Not a problem for me as these waters hold the biggest Redfish to swim shallow water Flats on the Globe consistently. The amount of fish landed on Fly Rod this season over 30lbs. was staggering. I want to thank all my Anglers for joining me on the water this season and pinning so many monster fish! I look forward to the 2014/2015 season!
Thanks, Captain Doug Henderson