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There are countless reasons why millions of anglers head to Louisiana every year. Boasting access to the Gulf of Mexico, as well as inshore marshes, lakes, and rivers, the Bayou State has something for everyone. Whether you hop aboard a Louisiana fishing charter and head into deep offshore waters or opt to weave through the canals, you’ll quickly discover why it’s known as the “Sportsman's Paradise.”

Let’s kick things off out in the deep. Louisiana is home to some of the finest Yellowfin Tuna fishing in the US. In your pursuit of these delicious fish, you could also encounter Blackfin Tuna, Mahi Mahi, Blue and White Marlin, Wahoo, and Swordfish. Do a little bottom fishing and there’s Red Snapper and a variety of Grouper for the taking, too.

The action inshore is just as exciting. Redfish, Speckled Trout, and Flounder make excellent year-round targets for both beginners and pros. More experienced anglers can also go after Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass in the state’s many lakes. Black Drum, Sheepshead, Catfish, and Perch are just a few others you can add to your list.

Louisiana is covered in productive waterways but the type of experience you’re looking for will dictate which areas you want to explore. If you have time for a full day offshore adventure, don’t skip a trip out of Venice or Grand Isle. For excellent inshore action, New Orleans, Lake Pontrachain, and the Lake Charles areas are a great starting point. A half day trip will do the trick here but, if you have the time, treat yourself to a full day.

Regeln & Vorschriften

All anglers over the age of 16 will need to purchase a Louisiana fishing license. If you’re fishing south of the “saltwater line,” you’ll need to buy an additional saltwater license.

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It’s very hard to go wrong when fishing Louisiana at the start of the year. The inshore bite is great near New Orleans, while the offshore Tuna is absolutely on fire.


If you happen to be spending February in New Orleans - enjoy Mardi Gras! You can also enjoy some fishing as well, especially if you’re a fan of Redfish and Trout.


Freshwater anglers will be flocking to New Orleans City Park for the Big Bass Fishing Rodeo. With a tradition of more than 70 years, it’s a big part of the local angling culture.


Any deep sea fishing fan will welcome the opportunity to go up against Swordfish in the Gulf. Inshore, this is usually when Speckled Trout start heading out of the marshes.


As summer finally sets in, so does prime season for a variety of offshore fishing. Anything from Mahi Mahi to Marlin and Sailfish is a valid angling target.


It’s usually around the start of the month that everybody looks forward to the start of Red Snapper season. How could they not, when it’s so tasty and fun to catch.


Like tournaments? Check out Grand Isle Tarpon Rodeo if you’re up for going up against a Silver King. It won’t be easy, but it’ll be more than worth it if you’re successful.


The weather is still hot, and so is the fish bite! Plenty of huge Redfish can be found all over, while Marlin, Snapper, and Amberjack will be making the rounds offshore.


September is Redfish month in Louisiana, especially when it comes to Grand Isle. If you’re itching to go out to the rigs, you have a good shot at some huge Cobia.


The Redfish bite is stellar as ever, making it a very busy time for fishing guides all around the country. With schooling Bull Reds in clear water, nothing less can be expected.


As fall turns to winter you can expect to see Venice offshore fishing heat up. This is probably the best time to go after Wahoo, and Yellowfins are plentiful as ever.


It’s said that there’s no bad time to be fishing over at New Orleans - and it’s true! Nothing brings a smile to an angler's face as a Bull Redfish in 6 inches of water.

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Vincent M. angelte mit Captain Morgan Charters am Juli 22, 2021
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Full day with Captain Matt
Shawn O. angelte mit Gills & Bills Guide Service am Juli 21, 2021
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Be sure to apply lots of sunscreen, wear a large brimmed hat, and long sleeve fishing shirt to protect from the sun. If you have issues tolerating extreme heat, bring shammies.
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Carl S. angelte mit Got To Fish am Juli 9, 2021
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Linda J. angelte mit Platinum Fishing Charters– Calcasieu Lake am Mai 30, 2021
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Full Day of Fishing with Captain Raymond
Herman K. angelte mit Gills & Bills Guide Service am September 13, 2019
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Robert M. angelte mit Jean Lafitte Harbor Charters - 30' am Juli 27, 2019
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Take sunscreen or wear long sleeve shirts. Be prepared for weather.
Full day with Capt. Donnie
Clinton L. angelte mit Tails Up Offshore Fishing Charters am Juli 5, 2019
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Be kind and tip your boat crew!! Bring plenty of drinks!!!
Great trip!
Anna S. angelte mit Victory Bay Charters am Juli 5, 2019
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It's good in the morning and possibly evening but once it's hot they stop biting. Hydrate early and often. It was recommended to go October thru January for speckled trout.

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To give you an idea of how much a fishing trip in Louisiana costs, the average price for a 4 hour private trip is $518, while an 8 hour private trip will cost you $825. These prices are based on trips booked on our site recently.

Prices will vary depending on trip length, fishing technique, as well as the type and size of the boat you booked. However, to give you an indication, the average boat size in Louisiana is 25 ft and the most common vessel type is a Bay boat.

Laut Kundenbewertungen gehören, A Fishing Fool (Coastal Charter), Chasen’ Limits, und Waterside Charters sind zu den beliebtesten Ausflugsanbietern in Louisiana. Vollständige Liste der besten Ausflugsanbieter in Louisiana.

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Die beste Art, das Angeln in Louisiana zu erleben, ist einen privaten Ausflug mit einem lizenzierten Angelführer zu buchen. Sie finden die vollständige Liste der online buchbaren Anbieter hier: Liste der Angelausflüge in Louisiana.

The most popular fish species you can target are Trommler (Roter), Schwarzer Trommler, and Flunder. Top fishing techniques include leichtes gerät (light tackle), spinnfischen, and popping. Inshore fishing, nearshore fishing, and flats fishing are commonly offered by local guides.

As fall turns to winter you can expect to see Venice offshore fishing heat up. This is probably the best time to go after Wahoo, and Yellowfins are plentiful as ever. Verfügbarkeit der lokalen Ausflugsanbieter in Louisiana prüfen.