New Orleans Fishing

Planning on doing some Fishing in New Orleans – Located in the middle of the Louisiana Marsh on Bayou Barataria, just south of New Orleans, is Lafitte’s Seaway Marina. Seaway is a full service marina serving recreational fishermen, fishing guides and commercial fishermen. They can supply all your fresh and saltwater fishing needs to include – boat launch, wet slips, covered boat storage, bait, fishing license, snacks, drinks and more.
Located at Seaway Marina is Eccentric Charters Lafitte Fishing Lodge and Cabins. Right on the water with private dock and all the comforts. Only a few steps from the back door and you’re in the boat on your way to some of the best Red fishing in the area.

 

The Sportsman’s Paradise

This area is the true sportsman’s paradise. It’s not unusual to catch your limit of Speckled Trout or Redfish while enjoying the scenery and bountiful wildlife which thrive in the Louisiana marsh. Local swamp tours are available nearby.

Visiting New Orleans – for business or pleasure

Why not include a relaxing day of fishing in your plans? Many of the local New Orleans fishing guides use Seaway as their departure point. The friendly folks at Seaway can recommend some of the best fishing guides in New Orleans to make your day on the water one to remember for years to come. There’s just no better way to “pass a good time” with friends or family then a New Orleans fishing charter.

While here take the time to explore the historic city of Lafitte, named after the famous buccaneer/pirate Jean Lafitte. He lived and traveled these same waters of Bayou Barataria.

 
  • Eccentric Charters has added new fishing cabins right next to the lodge at Seaway Marina in Lafitte. Each cabin sleeps 4 people comfortably and have their own porches for a relaxing afternoon before and after your fishing charter.
  • Each cabin has double bunk beds, refrigerator, microwave, coffee pot, sink, separate baths and of course A/C.
  • On the morning of your charter it’s only a few steps to the private dock and right into the boat. No need for those early morning drives from out of town or the city.