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Capt. G. M. Landry

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From:Houma, LA. USA
Registered: Nov 2000

posted 12 April 2001 21:03     Click Here to See the Profile for Capt. G. M. Landry   Click Here to Email Capt. G. M. Landry     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote

The windy condition in Dularge is still making it tough to fish. Monday's trip was spent fishing with Neil Langford and his Aunt Alice. They wanted to catch big fish that pulled, so I put them using cracked crab on bottom. We caught and released about 15 to 20 Black Drum in the 20-lb. to 25-lb. range; and kept about 10 under the 27-in. mark. (No reds this day.)
Tuesday the wind howled again, but we still managed to catch a good mess of 14-in. to 18-in. trout on the Bayou Chub Minnow; the best color being avocado with red flake.
The wind was worse on Wednesday so the trip was cancelled.
Thursday I fished with Merlin Pritchard and Holt Harrison again. They had a good time, starting with Top Dog fishing and catching a few nice trout. They then switched to the Bayou Chub Minnow with the purple and chartreuse trail being the best color. We gave up fighting the wind about noon with about 50 keeper fish and lots of throwbacks.
I'll be back at it tomorrow with Jim Stenhouse's group.
Call for accommodations and rates, if you want to get in on some of the best fishing in South Louisiana.
Until next time, Good Luck Fishing!!!

Capt. George Landry
Beachcomber Guide Service
Phone: (985) 876-4153
Pager: (985) 406-4206

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