With the cold fronts in the rear view mirror, inland, saltwater fishing in Lafitte, Louisiana is officially under way.
Our work was cut out for us in early April due a handful of late cold fronts hitting the New Orleans area. High winds and not so clear water is not an inland, saltwater anglers’s best friend. But, with persistence, patience and knowledge of the area, we pulled it off.
While vising New Orleans from Nebraska, Justin was eager to get in on some Redfish action down in Lafitte, Louisiana. We slammed our limits of Redfish, even though wind conditions remained an issue throughout the day.
Mike Kelly and his crew made the trip down to Lafitte to make it a weekend of fishing.
The winds were much more favorable with a little chill before sunrise. But it quickly warmed up to mild temps once the sun came up. The conditions were ideal for landing some Redfish. Our first day out, we reached our limits of by 2:00 p.m. Our second day out was a repeat, limiting out on Redfish as well.
Jason & Dustin’s Redfish Limits