Reel Screamers Guide Service

Phone 225-937-6288

Cell 225-937-6288

  • Grand Isle / Venice, LA. Offshore More
  • Grand Isle Trout More
  • Battle the monsters of the deep! more
  • Catch a variety of fish more
  • Grand Isle Reds The marsh is full of reds More

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Reel Screamers Guide Service is your full service fishing guide operation for Louisiana Fishing.

Marsh Red

Inshore fishing trips for redfish and speckled trout in the marshes around Grand Isle, Louisiana and to the west of Venice, Louisiana. These marshes are the greatest estuaries in the US and known for the abundance of fish. You could be fishing for sow trout on the beach fronts or going for numbers over the oyster reefs.  If trout is not your game and you like the fight of a mad redfish, we will hit the shorelines or duck ponds for just that.

Big Tuna

Offshore trips open you up to a whole new world of game species to include Tuna, Grouper, various Snapper, Swordfish, Wahoo and many more. The world over knows that the Gulf Waters off the mouth of the Mississippi River are the richest waters in the lower 48. Offshore fishing from Venice, Louisiana is on every serious anglers mind. We fish those waters, departing from the only inhabited barrier island on Louisiana’s coast, Grand Isle, LA. Whether it is sight fishing Mangroves or Tuna, dropping deep for God knows what or blue water trolling for tuna, dolphin or wahoo, we have it all

Come experience the best that Louisiana Fishing has to offer and we will see what we can do about …. the one that got away.

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Offshore Fishing Our true passion and one exciting trip.


Inshore Fishing Trout, redfish, flounder and more just a cast away.


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November Is Hot

Posted by Daryl Carpenter on Nov 13 2014

November has been everything that we hoped it would be.  The trout have shown up and they have been steady. As is typical fall most days they will hit plastic just as fast as the live bait and that makes for some fun fishing right there. The redfish have been ganged up and where I have been fishing them, you can count 6 of them busting on the banks as you are reeling in the one on the line.

Offshore it appears that the shrimp boat season has come to an end. It started early and lasted longer than usual but it was a good one. For now there are some open water schools of fish but running to the floaters is a better bet. We are approaching the midnight lump season. Most people wait until they get word that the lump is "on" before they book their trips but doing so means that you may not get the date you want so book it now. There have been a few wahoo showing up and that should get better as the days go on.

Hope to see you on the island very soon.