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Top Reasons to Fish in Louisiana this Summer

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Fishing in the U.S. is a popular and well-loved hobby. It brings families together and helps you obtain dinner at the same time - everyone wins. If you love finishing more than a little, it is likely you’ve traveled to some of the world’s best fishing spots, such as the Congo, Belgium, Northern Canada, or Australia. But there is a beautiful fishing spot right in your backyard - incredible Louisiana.

Louisiana has an astounding 3,000 miles of shoreline, made for the best fishing in the U.S. When you fish along the LA coast, you will experience unrivaled fishing and our beautiful lakes, marshes, and gulf waters, and you’ll experience some of the most liberal fishing in the U.S. - even the world. You can cruise down the bayou, book a fishing cruise, and even hang out at the shore to learn all the tips, advice, and local lore from the Creole State’s love of fishing.

When it comes to Louisiana offshore fishing, you’ll need nothing more than the view - but there are many reasons to fish in the Bayou State. Fishers in Louisiana can collect more fish in Louisiana than any other state in the United States. There is a variety of fish offshore in Louisiana, including amberjack, king mackerel, redfish, speckled trout, blackfin and yellowfin tuna, lemon fish and more. You can even try to catch marlin if you’re feeling froggy!

The best time to fish in Louisiana is simple: all the time! However, the most abundant season for booking Louisiana Fishing Charters or fishing along the shore is April through June. At this time, speckled trout begin their migration through the state’s interior marshes, extending to the barrier islands and areas near the Gulf of Mexico. This season is one of the best times to catch the area’s popular monster speckled trout.

However, reason number one to fish in Louisiana this year is that you can fish all year long! While April through June is the most popular and abundant season, fishers are welcome anytime. From January through March, you can catch redfish aplenty, and you can catch the very best speckled trout in the state. From July through September, you can catch plenty of red snappers, yellowfin tuna marlin, and more. Even in the fall and winter, you can find those same speckled trout, even though they will be slightly smaller.

Louisiana is commonly - and rightfully - known as Sportsman’s Paradise. It has some of the best fishing in the world - forget best in the U.S - and you can catch fish in abundance all year round, whenever you decide to finish. There will be plenty to catch and plenty to take home at the end of the day.

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