The trout have arrived, late but here all the same. After a long cold winter the shrimp arrived in the Grand Isle waters and with them came the trout. On the calm days we have been able to get after them with much success. The croakers are small bit it has not mattered as the trout have been on live shrimp and plastics so far. I am sure that it will not be long that we will be after the croaker bite.
We will continue on this pattern for the near future and then it is out to the beach for the bigger girls with croakers. We replaced the old 22 foot boat with another 24 foot Blazer Bay so that we can handle more people with plenty of room. Come get you some of this before the dead of summer kicks in.
It has been a while since we have been offshore and we have missed some really good action. We suffered a catastrophic breakdown on one engine as it seems that we have fallen victim of the growing problems with the Suzuki big block 4 strokes. Not that big of a problem but it was the straw that broke the camel's back so to speak. We are just about finished with the paperwork for the new boat. We will be adding a 33 foot Hydra Sports to the fleet with triple 250 HP Yamaha engines. This boat is much larger and much more comfortable to fish out of. More room, More speed and more toys to play with.
It looks like we are going to have a banner year on the lemon fish and the dolphin. Plenty of Lemon Fish are being caught and the reports are that the dolphin have already shown up on the grass lines. The boat should be here by mid June and we will be working to regain our place as the premier offshore boat running form Grand Isle. Book your spots now.