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‹ Sabine to Southwest Louisiana with Capt Bruce Baugh

Calcasieu Report 6/10/11

Posted Saturday, June 11, 2011 by captbruce in Sabine to Southwest Louisiana with Capt Bruce Baugh
Well the wind has finally layed. We have had the windiest Spring that I can remember.Our fishing has been limited to the channels, marsh, and Black and Prien Lakes. The fishing has been good in those areas but its great when we had those small windows of opportunity to hit Big Lake or West Cove. Several double digit trout were caught between the blows.

We are in a Summer pattern at this time. Our wade fishing is good usually during the first few hours of the morning. Then it is time to drift the deep shell. Topwaters have been working out in the middle drifting slicks for the bigger trout. Birds have been working good all over the lake. There are also several large schools of brute redfish blasting mullet and pogeys out of the water. They are roaming the middle out between the Weirs and Longpoint. Keep an eye peeled for a few liar birds or gulls. The liar birds do not lie all the time. Also be ready to keep that trolling motor going. The schools are sometimes moving real fast and use a heavy jig head for distance so you can reach out and touch them... Good Fishin !
Tide Line Charters, Lake Calcasieu La., Captain Bruce Baugh, 337-660-1814