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Full Day Inshore - 26' Blackjack

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Full Day Inshore - 24' Blue Wave

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Nearshore Rigs - 24’ Robalo Cayman

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Chandeleur Island - 26' Blackjack

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Sheepshead Smash

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Fishing in Hopedale
Fishing in Hopedale
Fishing in Hopedale
trip description for Hopedale Redfish On the Fly in Hopedale

Come join Captain John for the fly fishing adventure of a lifetime! On this full-day trip, Captain John will be your host as you fish and explore the Mississippi River delta, south of New Orleans. The focus is Redfish, specifically giant "bull" Redfish. Nothing compares to the thrill of watching 30 pound Red crawling, backing, and tailing on super clear, skinny water flats of the Mississippi River delta! You'll also have the opportunity to target oversized Black Drum and Sheepshead. Most days, these fish will readily eat just about any fly cast in front of them. That’s not to say these fish are easy, though. It takes quick accurate casts to get the fly in front of the fish. Whether this is your first trip or you’re a seasoned veteran to these waters, Captain John will take you hotspots and show you tips you won't soon forget! You'll be fishing aboard a 24' Yellowfin bay boat that can hold up to 2 guests. Powered by a 300 HP Mercury Verado engine, this vessel will bounce you around the Louisiana flats with ease! She comes complete with GPS, Fishfinder, a Live Bait Well and snorkeling equipment. Captain John will provide all rods, reels, tackle and flies. All you need to bring is a Louisiana fishing license. We also recommend bringing polarized glasses (possibly the most important piece of equipment besides the flyrod), sunscreen, a camera and appropriate clothing for the conditions. Goretex jackets and bibs are appropriate for all seasons. If you want to bring your own rod, Captain John recommends 8, 9, & 10wt fly rods with weight forward floating line and your favorite flies. Book your trip today and get ready to catch some massive Redfish! Read More

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Hopedale Redfish On The Fly

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Fishing in Saint Bernard
Fishing in Saint Bernard
Fishing in Saint Bernard
trip description for Half Day Inshore in Saint Bernard

This is a mix box fishing trip. We will catch different inshore species of fish including redfish, trout, freshwater catfish, sheephead, etc. Read More

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Half Day Inshore

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Fishing in Saint Bernard
Fishing in Saint Bernard
Fishing in Saint Bernard
trip description for Full Day Inshore in Saint Bernard

Looking for your next adventure of a lifetime, then come join us as we head out into the coastal areas of SE Louisiana. We will head out and target the powerful and mighty apex predator of the inshore waters the Redfish, as well as speckled trout, sheepshead, black drum, and flounder. You will also get to enjoy seeing all sorts of wildlife, alligators, bald eagles, pelicans, otters and others. It is more than just a fishing trip, it's an adventure of a lifetime. I am a fully liscened USCG Captain, member LCBA, and fully insured. I have over 50 years of expierence in fishing the St Bernard parish waters. Read More

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Fishing in Saint Bernard
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trip description for Sportsman’s Paradise Trip in Saint Bernard

If you're planning on fishing in Southeast Louisiana and are looking for a top-notch fishing charter, come fish with the best! Whether you're just visiting the New Orleans area and looking for an enjoyable family outing, or a dedicated angler hoping to bag a trophy, Captain Mike has got you covered. On the day of your trip, you will be fishing out of Captain Mike's fish out of a 26' Caymas hybrid bay boat powered by a 300 Mercury. This shallow-draft fishing vessel is ideal for inshore angling, and you'll be able to maneuver around the marshes, channels, and flats with ease. Throughout spring, summer, and fall Captain Mike likes to target Redfish, Speckled Trout, Black Drum, Tripletail, Sheepshead, and Flounder. During certain seasonal months, he also goes after Snapper and Cobia! Starting in early spring he switches his focus to the southern edge of Delacroix, north hitting deeper marshes and channels and targeting Redfish, Speckled Trout, Black Drum, and Sheepshead. As the waters warm up, he will move further out, chasing the bait from Delacroix to Hopedale to Shell Beach. This allows him and his clients to get on some great Speckled Trout and Redfish bites! As water temperatures rise in the springtime, the action takes him to cleaner waters in search of large schools of Speckled Trout, plus tons of Flounder. Once water temperatures reach a certain level, he likes to go further out to the outer marshes and surrounding areas. This is where he goes to target Bull Reds, Speckled Trout and Tripletail! When you book a trip, you can be confident that Captain Mike will do the utmost to put you on some of the best fishing of your life! Southeast Louisiana isn't called the "Sportman's Paradise" for nothing, and the fishing here is truly legendary. Get out there and have the time of your life with Captain Mike! Read More

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Sportsman’s Paradise Trip

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Fishing in Saint Bernard
Fishing in Saint Bernard
Fishing in Saint Bernard
trip description for Sight Fishing For Redfish - Fly Or Spin in Saint Bernard

Why choose Will? Will is a Louisiana native and lifelong fisherman with intimate knowledge of his home estuary and the fish therein. Whether it be on fly or spin tackle, his focus is shallow water sight fishing for redfish throughout the inshore marshes of South Louisiana. Will runs a plush East Cape Evo 18’ poling skiff making the long runs here in comfort, stocked with top of the line fly and spin gear rigged with the local favorites redfish can’t get enough of. He is usually chasing bulls on the outer fringes, but on those blustery days slot fish on the inside provide endless entertainment. As a licensed and fully insured USCG Captain, Will safely navigates the ever changing labyrinth of bayous, bays, and ponds that make up the beautiful South Louisiana marsh making sure everyone gets back in one piece. What to expect on your trip? Depending on the time of year, expect to leave the dock between 6am and 8am. We will leave earlier during the summer months and later during the winter. From there, a 30 to 45 minute run out into the marsh will put us in prime redfish territory. Since my primary focus is sight fishing, that is seeing an individual fish and presenting a fly/lure to the fish, most fishing will take place in 3 feet of water or less. This style of fishing requires stealth, so I am often on the back of the boat atop the poling platform, quietly pushing us along as you stand on the bow at the ready. I am usually the first to spot a fish due to my high vantage point, so I will communicate with you to establish the location of the fish using a clock bearing and a distance. You will hear something like “3 o’clock, 30 feet from the boat, he’s heading away from us”. Once spotted, you will then present your fly/lure to the fish, hopefully resulting in an explosive eat! What is sight fishing? Traditionally, fishing involves a lot of casting and covering water. If you cover enough water, you will eventually put your fly/lure/bait in front of a hungry fish and he will bite. Sight fishing is a bit of a departure from that and is more akin to hunting than fishing. When sight fishing, one quietly moves through the water actively looking for and stalking fish. Once a fish is spotted, the fly/lure is presented to the fish with an accurate cast, hopefully resulting in an eat. Redfish make a great sight fishing quarry due to their preference for prowling shallow water environments and reveal themselves in a variety of exciting ways. They can “Tail”, which happens when they tip down to feed off the bottom and their caudal fin breaks the surface of the water - a clear sign of a happily feeding fish. They can “Crawl”, navigating water so shallow that their backs and dorsal fins can clearly be seen above the surface as they swim along. Some less obvious signs of the presence of redfish include “Pushes”, a bull nosed wake steadily proceeding down the shoreline, as well as “Busting Bait”, when the water erupts along a shoreline as some poor shrimp transitions to the spirit world. My personal favorite however occurs during the late summer and into the fall when massive Bull Reds school up. These schools can readily be identified as dozens of fish boil the water in a feeding frenzy, breaching the surface chasing shrimp and attracting a flock of diving birds overhead. What is included? All fishing gear and tackle is included. My skiff is stocked with multiple fly rod setups in various weights for the size of fish and wind we will be encountering as well as spinning gear for those that prefer not to fly fish. You are welcome to bring and use your own rods and gear though. I will have a cooler stocked with plenty of water and assorted beverages, but feel free to bring whatever you prefer. Lunch - I will be in contact with menu options Fuel and launch fees are included in the price of the trip. Read More

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Sight Fishing For Redfish - Fly Or Spin

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Fishing in New Orleans
Fishing in New Orleans
Fishing in New Orleans
trip description for Louisiana redfish, speckled trout, and sheepshead trip in New Orleans

Come aboard for an unforgettable fishing adventure on the beautiful waters of Lake Pontchartrain! Join Captain Mack on his top-of-the-line 22' Triton bay boat as you set out to catch some of the most sought-after fish in the area, including Redfish, Speckled Trout, Sheepshead, and many other exciting species. Captain Mack is a seasoned fishing expert who knows the best spots to catch the big ones, and he's eager to share his knowledge and expertise with you. He'll provide all the gear and tackle you need, so you can focus on reeling in your catch and enjoying the breathtaking views of the lake. As you cruise along the serene waters of Lake Pontchartrain, you'll be surrounded by stunning natural scenery and wildlife. The lake is teeming with fish, so get ready for a thrilling day of angling! Whether you're a seasoned pro or a beginner, Captain Mack will make sure you have a great time and catch plenty of fish. With comfortable seating and state-of-the-art equipment, Captain Mack's boat is the perfect vessel for your fishing adventure. So grab your family, friends, or colleagues and join him for a day on the water that you'll never forget! Read More

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Louisiana Redfish, Speckled Trout, And Sheepshead Trip

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Everything to Know About Booking a Boothville-Venice sheepshead fishing charter

What are the best sheepshead fishing charters in Venice?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 36 sheepshead trips in Venice, and the most popular trips in the area are Full Day Inshore - 26' Blackjack guided by Rich, Full Day Inshore - 24' Blue Wave guided by Jay, and Nearshore Rigs - 24’ Robalo Cayman guided by Jacob.

Our guides in Venice are rated a 4.95 out of 5 based on 2718 verified reviews on Captain Experiences.

All guides on Captain Experiences are licensed, insured, and vetted by our team. You can access their reviews, click through trip photos, read bios to get to know them, and preview trip details like species, techniques, group sizes, boat specs and more.

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What types of sheepshead fishing charters are common in Venice?

Deep Sea fishing is the most popular for sheepshead in Venice as well as inshore fishing, flats fishing, and nearshore fishing.

The most common fishing techniques in Venice are light tackle fishing, artificial lure fishing, and live bait fishing but bottom fishing and trolling are popular as well.

How much do Boothville-Venice sheepshead fishing charters cost?

for sheepshead in Venice prices can range anywhere from about $665 to $1,770, but the average price for a half day trip for sheepshead in Venice is $888. The average price for a full day trip for sheepshead in Venice is $1,180.

What month is best for sheepshead fishing in Venice?

The most popular season for sheepshead fishing in Venice is summer, and most anglers book their trips 40 days in advance.

Do I need a Venice fishing license for sheepshead and what are the bag limits for sheepshead in Venice?

See here for more information on fishing licenses in Venice, bag limits for target species, and fishing season regulations in Venice. When in doubt, your fishing guide will always know the right rules and regulations in Venice.

What is sheepshead fishing in Boothville-Venice all about?

In Boothville-Venice, sheepshead fishing holds a special allure for anglers seeking both a challenge and a tasty reward. These striking fish, known for their distinctive vertical black stripes and prominent teeth, inhabit the brackish waters and nearshore structures of Louisiana's coastal areas. Often found lurking around pilings, docks, and rocky outcrops, sheepshead have earned a reputation for their cunning nature and formidable fighting abilities, making them a favorite target among local fishermen.

Anglers in Boothville-Venice employ a variety of techniques to entice sheepshead to bite. One popular method involves using small hooks baited with natural offerings such as live shrimp, fiddler crabs, or barnacles, which closely mimic the sheepshead's preferred diet of crustaceans. Anglers must exercise patience and finesse as they carefully present their bait near structure, where sheepshead are most likely to congregate. Detecting the subtle bites of these wary fish requires keen attention and quick reflexes to successfully hook and land them.

Beyond the thrill of the catch, sheepshead offer a delectable culinary experience prized by seafood aficionados throughout Boothville-Venice. Their firm, white flesh boasts a sweet and succulent flavor, making them a highly sought-after delicacy for both recreational and commercial fishermen. Whether enjoyed grilled, baked, or pan-seared, sheepshead provide a delicious culinary reward that adds to the allure of targeting these prized fish in the bountiful waters of Boothville-Venice.

What are the most popular months to fish for sheepshead in Boothville-Venice?

In Boothville-Venice, the sheepshead fishing season follows a cyclical pattern dictated by the shifting rhythms of the coastal environment. As winter gives way to spring, sheepshead become more active as they emerge from their winter haunts in search of food. Anglers eagerly anticipate this time, knowing that the warming waters will draw these crafty fish to their favorite feeding grounds around docks, pilings, and rocky structures. Spring marks the beginning of prime sheepshead fishing season in Boothville-Venice, with anglers finding success using a variety of baits and techniques to entice these elusive fish.

As summer arrives and temperatures soar, sheepshead fishing in Boothville-Venice enters a transitional phase. While sheepshead remain present in the coastal waters, they may become more scattered as they seek refuge from the heat in deeper, cooler areas. Anglers may need to adjust their tactics accordingly, targeting sheepshead in different locations and adapting their bait presentation to suit changing conditions. Despite the challenges of summer fishing, dedicated anglers can still find success pursuing sheepshead in Boothville-Venice during this time.

With the arrival of fall, sheepshead fishing in Boothville-Venice experiences a resurgence as cooling temperatures prompt these fish to become more active once again. As the water begins to cool, sheepshead become more voracious feeders, providing anglers with ample opportunities to hook into these prized fish. Whether casting around submerged structure, drifting along tidal currents, or fishing from the shoreline, fall offers some of the best sheepshead fishing of the year in Boothville-Venice. Anglers take advantage of this seasonal bounty, relishing the chance to reel in these elusive and delicious fish before winter's chill sets in.

What techniques are popular for catching sheepshead in Boothville-Venice?

Sheepshead fishing in Boothville-Venice demands a blend of finesse, patience, and strategic know-how to successfully hook these crafty fish. One effective technique favored by anglers involves targeting sheepshead around structures such as docks, pilings, and rocky outcrops. Using small hooks baited with natural offerings like live shrimp, fiddler crabs, or barnacles, anglers carefully present their baits near these structures where sheepshead are known to congregate. Patience is key as anglers wait for the telltale nibbles of these cautious feeders before setting the hook.

Another popular method for sheepshead fishing in Boothville-Venice is employing a Carolina rig or a similar bottom fishing setup. Anglers anchor or drift near likely feeding areas and present their baits—often live or fresh-cut bait like shrimp or crabs—on the bottom. This technique allows anglers to cover a larger area and target sheepshead as they forage along the seabed. The sensitive touch required to detect the subtle bites of sheepshead is crucial for success, as these fish are notorious for their gentle nibbles.

In addition to natural bait presentations, artificial lures can also prove effective when targeting sheepshead in Boothville-Venice. Jigs, soft plastics, and even small crankbaits can mimic the movements of prey and entice strikes from hungry sheepshead. Anglers may experiment with different colors, sizes, and retrieve speeds to find what works best in the local conditions. Adapting techniques to suit the preferences of the sheepshead and the nuances of the environment is key to maximizing success on the water in pursuit of these prized fish.

What other species are popular in Boothville-Venice?

While sheepshead fishing holds a special allure in Boothville-Venice, the region offers a diverse array of other species to target, adding excitement and variety to anglers' experiences. Redfish, also known as red drum, are among the most sought-after species in these waters. With their bronze scales and powerful runs, redfish provide thrilling battles for anglers of all skill levels. Whether sight casting to tailing redfish in shallow flats or targeting them around oyster reefs and grass beds, anglers find plenty of opportunities to hook into these prized game fish.

Another popular species for anglers in Boothville-Venice is speckled trout. These elusive fish, also known as spotted seatrout, inhabit the marshy estuaries and brackish waters of Louisiana's coast. Known for their aggressive strikes and acrobatic leaps, speckled trout offer anglers a challenging yet rewarding pursuit. Anglers often target speckled trout using a variety of techniques, including casting artificial lures or drifting with live bait along tidal currents and submerged structure.

In addition to sheepshead, redfish, and speckled trout, Boothville-Venice provides opportunities to target a range of other species, including black drum, flounder, and mangrove snapper, among others. Whether fishing from the shoreline, exploring the maze of marshes by kayak, or navigating the intricate waterways by boat, anglers in Boothville-Venice enjoy a bounty of fishing opportunities year-round. With each species offering its own unique challenges and rewards, anglers are sure to find excitement and adventure on the waters of Boothville-Venice.

Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences

  • ★★★★★
    MY TRIP WAS PERFECT. The weather was terrible and my guide, Nick kept in touch with me to plan the perfect launch time. He patiently waited it out with me and we loaded the ice chest with trout! I would highly recommend booking with Frank again. I'll always ask for Nick!

    Kristi B. with Frank D. of Grand Isle, Louisiana

  • ★★★★★
    We had a wonderful time. Frank was an excellent guide. Hope to do it again soon!!

    Charles G. with Frank D. of Grand Isle, Louisiana

  • ★★★★★
    Top notch captain. We caught trout, flounder, and a ton of catfish. Mackie is a great guy and a great pre trip communicator. Would book again!

    Joseph L. with Mackie B. of New Orleans, Louisiana

  • ★★★★★
    Jace was awesome. Communicated well, was right on time, and took us right to the fish. Definitely recommend.

    Eli P. with Jace O. of Saint Bernard, Louisiana

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Daryl was incredibly knowledgeable, patient, and laid-back. He made our fishing trip beginner-friendly and went above and beyond to ensure we caught the fish we were after. We reeled in every species you’d want during our inshore adventure! His teaching skills were top-notch, and he never once made me feel inadequate due to my lack of fishing experience. Plus, he had a great sense of humor that kept us laughing throughout the trip. Best fishing trip I’ve been on! I can't wait to go fishing with him again!

    Brittany B. with Daryl C. of Grand Isle, Louisiana

  • ★★★★★
    Great trip,couldn't ask for any better guide 👍

    Robert J. with Rich M. of Boothville-Venice, Louisiana

  • ★★★★★
    Had an awesome time! Highly recommend!

    James P. with Jace O. of Saint Bernard, Louisiana

  • ★★★★★
    Brad was great! The fishing was amazing. It was easy and convenient to set up the trip. My husband and son had a fantastic time. It was definitely the highlight of our trip!

    Sarah E. with Brad D. of New Orleans, Louisiana

  • ★★★★★
    Jace is a great captain, he knew exactly where the fish were and we had non stop action. We went on a MEAT HUNT.

    Brad G. with Jace O. of Saint Bernard, Louisiana

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Jacob gets 5 BIG stars from my son Tyler and I. We had a fantastic trip with him yesterday. I cannot imagine there is a better fishing guide in the area . He had us on huge donkey red snappers in no time and he took us to many other locations for other species, since we had limited out on red snapper in the first 2 hours of fishing. His boat was immaculate. As a marine surveyor I look at these things as the safety of my son and myself is very important. Captain Jacob has a great sense of humor and makes sure his guests have a great time. Definitely choose him for your trio.

    William T. with Jacob M. of Boothville-Venice, Louisiana

  • ★★★★★
    Darrel was a wonderful captain he made the entire 2 days awesome

    Johnny F. with Daryl C. of Grand Isle, Louisiana

  • ★★★★★
    Mike did a great job trying to put us on fish we had a 25 mph wind all day which is tough fishing for anyone my 5 year old and my 10 year old went out with us Mike was patient with both of them and helped both of them land some fish while I was fishing as well Mike's boat is also top notch smooth ride got to listen to some good tunes as well thanks again Mike for making my boys first time on the water memorable we will be back to fish with you again!

    Brian H. with Mike D. of Saint Bernard, Louisiana

  • ★★★★★
    Best day ever with this guide. It’s was cold out and we were able to find the fish we were looking for thank to him. Can’t wait to go back!! I’ll definitely use this guide again.

    John S. with Jay W. of Boothville-Venice, Louisiana

  • ★★★★★
    Jace is an awesome captain. He knows where the fish are. He made it a great experience for my wife and I. I highly recommend him for and fishing you plan to do.

    Erik C. with Jace O. of Saint Bernard, Louisiana

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Mike was Professional, Punctual and productive !! I will definitely use him again when I come to New Orleans. He has us limits out in an off season. He did not try to oversell us initially and then totally exceeded our expectations. To top it off were eating fresh fish less than thirty minutes after we were docked !! Thank You ! Captain mike

    Eric H. with Mike B. of Slidell, Louisiana

  • ★★★★★
    We booked a trip with Captain Mike for a bachelor party, and we had an absolute blast. We caught fish, we cracked jokes, and we made some awesome memories. We will be booking with Captain Mike again soon

    Andrew N. with Mike B. of Slidell, Louisiana

  • ★★★★★
    Mr. Daryl is the first charter I've ever taken, and I would not hesitate to book him again. From the first minute you meet him, he's cutting up with jokes and makes you feel like you've known him for a long time. He quickly put us into a steady supply of HUGE trout. Not a single one had to be thrown back. Can't wait to do this again.

    Sam Z. with Daryl C. of Grand Isle, Louisiana

  • ★★★★★
    Had a great day with Seth despite the weather. I was only in town for 1 day and could not reschedule so we decided to go out and make the best of it. We caught a nice 22" redfish on first cast and after a few hours work we had another 22" and a fat 27" redfish in the boat. Seth stayed positive the whole day as we tried different spots and techniques. Will definitely fish with him again, hopefully in better weather.

    Simon S. with Seth H. of Saint Bernard, Louisiana

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