About Your Trip
Head out with Captain Lance to explore the Sportsman's Paradise down in South Louisiana. On this trip you'll be using light tackle rigs, artificial bait, or live bait if you'd like to purchase some to chase speckled trout and redfish. The ecosystem down on Louisiana's gulf coast make it a
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very interesting fishery. It is absolutely beautiful with mazes of marshland, flooded backcountry waters, and wildlife abounding, but there is so much good habitat that the fish can move just about anywhere. And they do move around a lot. That's where a great Captain like Lance is extremely helpful. With an in-depth knowledge of the surrounding water and fish habits, he keeps close tabs on where those fish are moving and where the most successful locations will be for each trip.
As a result, Captain Lance is very flexible on where you will be launching from, since he is always moving around as well to follow the fish. In the days leading up to your trip, he will reach out to you to discuss where your group will be coming from and where the best launch location will be based on your position and where the fish are most localized!
Once you've agreed upon a meet-up location and the day of your trip arrives, you will find Captain Lance at the boat ramp to load up aboard his 24' Pathfinder bay boat and head out into the marsh! Captain Lance provides fuel, fishing tackle, ice, live bait, and will even clean and bag all the fish you catch for your travel home. Water, cold drinks, and food are not automatically provided but Captain Lance can bring them along at your request for a small additional fee.
He does ask that you leave your crocs, flip-flops, and sandals at home. Please where nonscuffing sneakers.
Things to bring on your trip: Mosquito spray, Gnat Spray, Sun Screen, a hat, sun glasses, long sleeve fishing shirt and pants is recommended to protect from the sun.
Snacks: bring a sandwiches and chips along with water and Gatorade’s. We will transfer everything from your ice chest to ours while on the water as to not have additional space taken by extra ice chest on board.