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Louisiana is open and fishing!
The Louisiana Gulf Coast has the best estuaries and marsh structure in the entire world. This is why the state’s motto is the Sportsman Paradise. Whether we are fishing large open bays that are covered in oyster reefs, fishing the back marsh, or duck ponds there is no other place like the inshore fishing grounds of Louisiana.
Louisiana Redfishing is great year around. From October to February in Louisiana redfishing means monster redfish in the 20 to 40 pound range. In late fall, schools of redfish show up by the thousands in the mazes of lagoons, bays and bayous that make up the Louisiana coast, fattening up for the winter months. Allow our NOLA team of expert, licensed captains introduce you to this region’s incredible fishing for monster redfish and black drum. You’ll fish from modern skiffs. We only sight fish – no blind casting. And to top it off, the marsh areas that we fish are true wilderness areas, where you rarely see another boat, much less another fisherman!
Captain Huff was Born and raised in Central Texas. At the age of 18, He left Texas to chase fish and put fisherman on great fish around the globe. From Alaska to Panama, Costa Rica to Hawaii, Bermuda to Columbia and a number of places in-between, Collin has been truly blessed to have experienced much success in many amazing fisheries.
He is well versed in both fly and light tackle.
Now residing in Southern Louisiana, Captain Huff now brings his years of professional fishing experience to the marsh.
- Fully Licensed and Insured
- USCG Licensed Captain for 25 years
- 200 ton Masters USCG License
- I.G.F.A. World Recorder Holder
- Self Appointed Fly Casting Instructor.
Fishing with Capt. Huff:
The amazing Redfish will be our primary target. Depending on the water conditions and time of year Reds will range from 5lbs to 40lbs.
While looking for Reds, we will keep an eye out for Jack Crevalle, Black Drum, Sheepshead and Alligator Gar.
Your day will be spent poling the shallow waters of the seemingly endless marsh and open waters of the Gulf. Weather permitting, sight casting with either fly rod or light spinning gear is our preferred method.
Redfish can be caught in numbers every month of the year.
Getting Here …
Is simple. You will fly into Louis Armstrong International (MSY). Southwest and other airlines have direct flights out of Denver to MSY.
A drivers license and fishing license are required.
Daily Rates Vary Captain to Captain Reach to FRA’s Adventure Travel Team for more info!!
Front Range Anglers recommends all anglers to have Medical Evacuation Insurance- we recommend Global Rescue, and we HIGHLY recommend Trip Cancellation/Interruption Insurance. FOR ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CONTACT: Jessica Minard at 617.210.8106 (direct) or email [email protected].