The waters have cleared from the Algae Bloom that accompanies water temps over 70 degrees.  The end of Sept. and all of October were full of Giant Schools of Spawning Redfish totally willing to eat top water poppers!  We have had a series of really nice cold fronts that have dropped our water temps into the zone we like of 50-65 degrees.  The Redfish have ended there Spawn and are now scattered all over the Louisiana Marsh crushing Flies.  This is the winter Redfish season in Louisiana when Bull’s come in and reveal themselves in super shallow ponds perfect for sight fishing too.  We experienced some unseasonable high winds the last few day’s and stayed inner Marsh to enjoy some Louisiana’s smaller 10-15 pound fish out of the wind.  Enjoy the pics!

Capt. Doug Henderson