Fished Mr.Kurt last few days, and Plenty Reds. To book your next trip call 504-382-2268 NO FISH NO PAY. Best, Cpt.John

Thanks again for wonderful fishing!

John, Thanks again for wonderful fishing! We had an excellent trip home. How is the new boat? I hope school is going well! Tell your dad and wife thank you very much! It was fabulous. I miss them already. Everyone loves our pictures. Attached are a few pics for your pleasure. If you need references, be sure to call Mike. … Read More

Coming Back for sure!

Captain John, It’s Matt Schmidt! I just wanted to let you know that we are still talking about how much fun we had on our fishing day with you. We blackened and fried over 16 lbs. of fresh redfish since our trip! Best fish we ever had! It was awesome to be able to entertain our friends and show them … Read More


Article from LSU Ag Center – PDF UNDERSTANDING REDFISH BIOLOGY The largest member of the drum family, redfish, Sclaenops ocellatus, are widely sought by recreational fishermen, and until 1988 were an important commercial and popular restaurant fish. Prior to 1977, the recreational fishery for redfish was unregulated. That year a combined daily limit of 50 was placed on redfish and … Read More

Blackened Redfish

Blackened Redfish This recipe is based on one in Chef Paul Prudhomme’s Louisiana Kitchen (Morrow Cookbooks, 1984). Redfish (also known as red drum) is often farm-raised these days. It tends to be fatter and smaller than the wild-caught variety. Black drum makes a great substitute. 1 tbsp. sweet paprika 2 1⁄2 tsp. salt 1 tsp. onion powder 1 tsp. garlic powder 1 … Read More

Redfish on the Half Shell

Redfish on the Half Shell By Jamie D on July 21, 2009 Ingredients: Redfish filets with the skin on One gallon size zip lock bag One bottle of Italian dressing Worcestershire sauce Salt and pepper Directions: Place all the dressing and lots of Worcestershire sauce in a zip lock bag along with the redfish filets and salt and pepper. Allow to marinate for … Read More

Fishing Louisiana Redfish 2

Fishing the marsh south of New Orleans in Lafitte, Louisiana. Catching Redfish and Black Drum while on a fishing charter with Eccentric Charters.