What to Bring

Sunscreen, (preferably not the spray type) Hat,Sunglasses, deck shoes are recommended as the boat deck can get slippery and non-marking.  Small cooler for drinks, and snacks you may prefer. If you have a favorite fishing set up, you are more than welcome to bring that along. A cooler to take home your catch. Ice will be on the boat ready to go. Ice will also be available to keep your catch cold when we return.
Life preservers will be provided, if you have small children, let me know in advance so I can have preservers available.
Bring a camera, and ensure you have a valid Louisiana State fishing license.

Fishing License:

A fishing license is required for all persons over age 16. Louisiana allows visitors a 3 day resident or non-resident charter passenger license. Persons who fish from a charter vessel in saltwater areas of the state, with a licensed guide on board at all times, may possess a Charter Passenger License at a cost of $10.00 that is valid for three consecutive days. Charter guide license number or mothership license must be provided when purchasing charter passenger licenses.

You may obtain a license by the following:

  1.  https://www.la.wildlifelicense.com/info.php
  2.  Call toll free 1-888-765-2602
  3. Any place that sells licenses.

Charter Trip:

Typically, we will leave the dock around 30 minutes before sunrise. Expect a 20 minute to an hour boat ride. We will generally fish 8 hours, but that may be adjusted accordingly, just depends the situation.
Fishing Rods: All rods provided are spinning combinations. If you prefer your own gear you are more than welcome to bring along. Feel free to call and discuss.  As a general rule, normally do not carry bait casters, you are more than welcome to bring your own fishing rods and reels.