TYPICAL AUGUST FISHING PATTERN REMAINS GOOD
Most days on the lake, when it wasn’t raining this week were very productive. Good limits of trout and redfish came from working over reefs on both sides of the lake in West cove and the east side. Soaking live and cut bait under a cork in the mornings was very good. A couple of our guides have reported good catches around the old LNG plant off the intercostal canal with cut lady fish. Call toll free at 888.762.3391 and check out availability. We still have a few boats available the last week of August so check it out and come enjoy the fishing at the speckled trout capital of the world. Here are a few pictures from last week and you can see them all by clicking here
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BIG DUCK SEASON DATES ARE SET FOR COASTAL ZONE
We got 60 days of hunting for the 2015/2016 big duck season. The first season opens on November 7, 2015 and closes on December 6, 2015. After 13 days of rest for the marsh we open our second season on December 19, 2015 and our season closes on January 17, 2016. Call toll free (888.762.3391) NOW to check open dates to go on the best gentleman's blast and cast you will ever experience. Chances are you will never get your feet wet while you blast away at the fast flying waterfowl here in southwest Louisiana.
FISHING AND CATCHING ON THE NIGHT STALKER CONTINUES GOOD
Some of the catches this week were spectacular. Mike Elliott and his crew managed a limit of trout and caught and released some 30 or 40 redfish. The next day David Trevino from Houston and his friends caught 90 fat trout almost before they could have a beer. We are only going to run the NIGHT STALKER until October 30th so don’t get shut out. Call now at 888.762.3391 and get a spot reserved for you and 5 of you best friends. Here are a few pictures from the last couple of days.
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JUST 21 MORE DAYS LEFT – CHECK THIS OUT
That’s right just 21 more days until September Teal season opens here in southwest Louisiana. This is the BEST hunting and fishing trip (blast & cast) on the Gulf Coast is right here at HR&G. September is one of the most productive fishing months of the year with lots speckled trout and redfish add in a two week duck season and nothing could be better. The official opening day is Saturday September 12th so call now and get shut out. Call the ‘DUCKETTS” AT 888.762.3391 AND CHECK AVAILABILITY.
CHECK OUT THE FISHING WEATHER FOR THIS WEEK
Check out the marine forecast for our area for the next 4 or 5 days. The weather looks great for fishing so come enjoy the fun on Lake Calcasieu. Click here to see the whole weeks forecast.
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THE ONLY LIVE DOCK CAMERA ON THE GULF COAST IS BACK
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Click on the LIVE DOCK CAM graphic and take a look at our catch every day. The best time to log on is around noon until about 2 o'clock. You can see in live and living color the catch of the day.
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THIS WEEKS YUMMY RECIPE
Shrimp season opened last Monday and we are lucky enough to get some of the large tender crustaceans right off the boat. “Talk about fresh” About the only way to mess up shrimp is to over cook them and if you do that it’s a mortal sin in my house. Here is one of my MANY favorite ways to have shrimp. Your favorite bottle of wine goes well with these but so does all my favorite recipes.
Shrimp on Skewers
1/4 cup minced fresh parsley
1/4 cup minced fresh basil
1 teaspoon dry mustard
2 teaspoons Dijon mustard
2 teaspoons kosher salt
1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
1/4 cup good olive oil
Juice of 1 lemon
2 pounds jumbo shrimp (16 to 20 per pound), peeled (tails left on) and deveined
Combine the parsley, basil, mustards, salt, pepper, olive oil, and lemon juice. Add the shrimp and allow them to marinate for 1 hour at room temperature or cover and refrigerate for up to 2 days.
Prepare a charcoal grill with hot coals, and brush the grilling rack with oil to prevent the shrimp from sticking. Skewer the shrimp on 6-inch skewers and grill for 1 1/2 minutes on each side.
My Thought – Actually is was Marsha’s thought - Rushing - - - - -is a state of confusion due to a lack of planning,
When one does not plan to succeed..
Have a great week and remember “Ya shoulda been here yesterday”