Check out what where catching in this quick video from Redfish Dynasty Guide Captain Cody Cash Moody. Fly fishing in Louisiana for red drum. Check it out!
Shallow water sight fishing is are business. And business has been good! The marshes of south Louisiana are fishing with an intensity we haven’t seen In years. The fishery is so alive it’s amazing to see firsthand the amount life in the ecosystem.
The Best Fly Fishing Opportunities in south Louisiana
Every month of the year provides exceptional fly fishing opportunities in the coastal Estuaries of south Louisiana . As a full-time fly fishing guide in South Louisiana I can’t begin to tell you what my favorite month to fly fish is. I’ve seen so many amazing things every month. All these factors make it challenging to pic a favorite. Every month has its share of less then favorable that can make playing the game of shallow water sight fishing down right challenging. But when the conditions get right, and the fish are happy you need to be there!
We can look at patterns, tides and past experiences to try to reenact an accurate pattern of when the potential best time to be there might be. But at best there just an educated guess as to what might happen.
Regardless of what month it is. South Louisiana offers a multitude of flyfishing opportunities. Fly fishing for bull redfish is better here than anywhere else in the world. But your angling abilities need to be on par. To meet the challenges of saltwater fly fishing. Simple practice on your 15 to 30ft short shots is a game changer. Do it till your fast, efficient and your don’t think about it. The fly just goes where you tell it to! Hopefully that’s from the bow of my skiff and In the path of a monster red.
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Feeding Bull Redfish Topwater popper flies is as good as it gets. Here’s a cool slow mo video of a clients eat.
Happy Holidays to everyone from the Redfish Dynasty guides. Every one has been hard at work keeping up with those big ol New Orleans Redfish. It’s been a really good year and are anglers have been having a blast!
The New Years going to bring good things to New Orleans Fly fishing. So come get out of the cold and get on the bow of one of the guys skiffs. You will be glad you did! Happy holidays from are families to yours!
The marshes of south Louisiana have been as alive this year as they ever have. Teeming with life every day is a bonanza of aquatic life. This has really been provideing are anglers with lots of opportunity’s at really big fish. These big females have been going crazy on a well placed and properly fished fly. Let’s not totally focus on fly fishing. Light tackle spin fishing had also been very productive on tailing bull reds in the marsh.
My seven year old nephew Brenon came to hang out at Red fish camp this weekend. The kid is hilarious. It was a nonstop barrage of questions like ,"Who do you think would win in a fight between Wolverine and Shredder? A question that has been plaguing me since I was seven. He would then go on to explain, "Wolverine of course! You see while Shredder may have access to a seemingly endless supply of foot solders which would make him seem like the obvious choice, all of the foot solders in the world are no match for Wolverines quick healing ability, adomantium skeleton." Thanks buddy for clearing that up for me, now i can rest easy. Try as you might you just can't keep up with him.Eventually we were all at a loss for answers. So we had no choice but to take him to Sector 6. That place is amazing. Every sq. foot is covered with something to jump on, fall into or swing from. While there we caught up with Captain Al Keller who was able to give us a couple pointers on how to carry oneself while at Sector 6. Thanks Al. We had an awesome time hanging this weekend. I'm pretty sure Brenon will be back for halloween and i know he can't wait because he showed up Friday wearing his costume. Who is he going to be for halloween? ..............Who do you think?
It can be very easy to get caught up in our day to day routines sometimes and forget about the beauty that surrounds us. If you can remember to stop and look around every once in a while you can find something amazing in the most unlikely of places, people and things. In early July we were fortunate enough to spend a few days with Patagonia photographer Andrew Burr.He joined us in Eastpoint,Fla and was given a tour of the area by a few of the R.D. boys. "Grit water" has never looked so good as it does through the lens of his camera. We at Red Fish Dynasty would like to thank Andrew for taking the time to remind us of just how fortunate we are to do what we do and we can't wait to have him back.
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