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

Go ahead ... enjoy yourself

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

Louisiana Redfish

Our Inshore fishing trips typically target redfish and speckled trout in the marshes around Grand Isle, Louisiana and to the west of Venice, Louisiana. Louisiana's marshes are the greatest estuaries in the US and known for the abundance of fish. Depending on the time of the year and your wishes we 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.

Grand Isle 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. Everyone who fishes knows that the Gulf Waters off the mouth of the Mississippi River are the richest waters in the lower US. 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 a lot to choose from and can tailor your trip to your desires.

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

More About Us

Offshore Fishing Our true passion and one exciting trip.


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


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Say Good-Bye To February

Posted by Daryl Carpenter on Feb 27 2015

We prepare to say bye-bye to February and Old Man Winter is making a stand with some cold weather from back to back fronts. We have been able to fish regularly between the fronts. While the weather has kept us from being able to run any of the offshore trip, we have been able to keep the inshore boat busy. As spring get closer by the day we are seeing encouraging signs. Our catches have been mostly redfish but any time we get a few warm days we have seen trout beginning to show up along with warmer water temperatures.  We have made it through the low point of the winter and everything will be on the up turn from here. There is still plenty of room for trips during the spring but the summer time is booking up ahead of schedule.  Should a visit down south be in your plans this year, it is time to start thinking about securing your days.