Bayou Guide Service & Charters
3327 Bayou Dularge Road
Theriot, LA 70397
Contact: Bill Lake
Phone: 985-851-6015
985-637-3712

Email: b.lakejr@comcast.net
Website: http://www.captlake.com

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Bayou Guide Service & Charters - Redfish & speckled trout - Coastal & Inland fishing.

Bill Lake, a native of Houma, La. grew up fishing the fresh and saltwater marshes of Terrebonne Parish. After 30 years of successful fishing, he has learned to narrow his focus to trophy speckled trout and redfish. Most of his effort & expertise is expended in the inland/coastal waters of Bayou Dularge. The Sister Lake-Lake Mechant area out of Bayou Dularge offer great springtime, fall and winter fishing for specks and reds.

During the summer months of May-August, one can find Capt. Bill combing the adjacent Louisiana barrier islands and the numerous rigs/platforms scattered throughout the ship-shoal area in search of mule speckled trout! Bull redfish can be caught on a regular basis all summer long near the tidal passes of Last Island. One can also expect to catch BlackDrum, Flounder, White trout, Sheepshead and many other variety's of fish that inhabit the Louisiana coastline. See for yourself why our fertile estuaries are among the best in South Louisiana!

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208 Woodburn Dr.
Houma, LA 70364

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Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Good Afternoon in the Dularge Marsh
Another nice day in the Dularge marsh. Trout, reds and bass for Capt Alden and I. Bunker swim baits are the only lure we fished with today. Very little tide movement but we were still able to catch a good box of fish. The Dularge marsh is loaded up with fish right now. Good luck fishing.

Capt Bill Lake
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Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Dularge Marsh Alive With Fish!
A nice afternoon Down Dularge with David and Michelle Marler who took advantage of my 375.00 Pro Drive special. This special will run through March 30 and is a 5-6 hour trip in the marsh right behind the lodge. We caught reds, trout and bass on a falling tide. The bass were so thick at one of my trout spots it was unbelievable action. 50 plus fish caught this afternoon and got to tag and release a few too. Bunker swim baits caught every species of fish! A beautiful day to fish!rnrnCapt Bill Lakern985-637-3712

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Dularge Trout Slam
Brian DePaula and his friend David Osborn drove down to the Lakehouse last night to fish the DU today. Just another happy customer to take advantage of our 'Pro Drive Winter Special ' ! We had a slow start but found what we were looking for around midmorning till noon . The guys caught a full box of fish including reds, trout and a few bass. All fish were caught on a falling tide . Swim baits did the trick for us today. To get in on the 375.00 special for 2 people just give me a call and we'll hook you up. Good luck fishing.rnrnCapt Bill Lakern985-637-3712

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Incredible Trout/Redfish Action
Incredible fishing with over 100 fish caught today. Reds and trout are stacked up with water temps in the 40's. Reds along the banks with trout stacked up in the middle of bayous in the deeper water. Easy limits for Greg, Chris,Alex and myself. Swim baits was the best lure with a very slow retrieve along the bottom. Tagged and released a bunch and we'll see where they end up one day hopefully. Water levels came up a bit compared to yesterday. No problems for the surface drive boats!! Hard to get any better then it was today!! Good luck fishing!rnrnCapt Bill Lakern985-637-3712

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Just Another Trout Slam!
Enjoyed a very good afternoon trip with my son Dr. Brad Lake catching a boatload of hungry yellowmouths. The trout averaged 14-20 inches and were head shaking all the way to the boat. We started off catching the fish on a variety of lures but the bunker swim bait was what really got them going! No corks as all 50 fish were caught tightlining slow on top the reefs. Finding the schools of mullets was the key to success. We caught our first 15 fish on the end of the falling tide . The tide switched and the bite picked up with Brad and I reeling in doubles with strikes on almost every cast until we limited out. Another great day to be on the water! Good luck fishing.rnrnCapt Bill Lakernwww.captlake.comrn985-637-3712

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Down In Dularge!
We are eager to bring in the year 2017! We have some great things on tap for the new year. This marks my 25 th year since starting up Bayou Guide Service! Boy a lot has changed in the past 25 years! Back then you could fish all day and most days not see another boat ! I believe the fishing was better back then as their was more habitat which equaled more fish. Limits of trout always came easy. I can remember when one could almost walk across Sister Lake on the numerous islands , reefs and land mass throughout the area. Last Island was magical and the fish caught in the surf back then was simply incredible. Their was never such a thing as a bad day at the Enstar platform off Raccoon Pt. During my first 8-10 years of business I never had to leave Sister Lake to run a charter as it was all right there under our nose. Erosion has taken its toll as it will never be the same again. Oh yes those were the good old days!! rnrnIn wrapping up 2016 we experienced some great fishing during the month of December. Probably one of the best in recent years. Don't have time to tell every story so I'll let the pics speak for themselves. Good luck fishing and Happy New Year! rnrnCapt Bill Lakern985-637-3712

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Down In Dularge!
Sorry for lack of posting reports but I've been too busy with the construction of our all new 3300 sq.ft 'Lakehouse II' the past few months. Just don't feel up to sitting on a computer after working all day. We are about 65 % complete and looking forward to this great asset. Most of our trips lately have been right behind the camp. Our Pro Drives can get us right to the fish as its been a mixed bag of reds,trout and bass on most days. Got in an afternoon trip with a crew from Minnesota as they were looking to bust up some trout and reds. Winds were brisk but the guys were up to the challenge. We fished right behind the 'Lakehouse' in my Pro Drive and the fish cooperated. Our first stop produced only 5 fish but the second stop was where we hit the mother load. Trout after trout on Bunker swim baits had the guys looking to fill up the box. They caught a few south Louisiana reds too as the bite couldn't have been any better. Burned about a gallon of gas as you don't have to go far right now to find fish. Capt Brady and I will be running trips in the 18 ft. surface drive boats from now through the end of March. The cost is 375.00 per day for 2 people for up to 6 hours. Lodging is available at the 'Lakehouse' if you need an overnight stay. Good luck fishing.rnrnCapt Bill Lakern985-637-3712rnwww.captlake.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Down In Dularge!
Talk about a meat haul on the DU! John Pittman drove down from Arkansas with 11 in his crew. He knew the fishing would be great so he brought the wives and a bunch of boys that wanted to catch all the fish they could. Just about anything with fins was caught including speckled trout,white trout,redfish,black drum,bull reds, sheepshead and a catfish or two. The crew enjoyed their 2 night stay at the 'Lakehouse' along with 2 great days of fishing. The crew brought in over 700 lbs of fish not including the 150 trout in 2 days with hundreds of fish caught. Big thanks to Capts Brady Giroir & Ricky Brondum for helping out with the crew as they did an outstanding job as usual. The trout fishing was great but the young boys really had a great time with the larger variety of fish. John has been coming down to the DU fishing with me for nearly 15 years. The Dularge area is in his top 3 places to fish as hes never been skunked!! We appreciate Johns loyalty and look forward to his next trip in May. Good luck fishing.rnrnCapt Bill Lakern985-637-3712rnwww.captlake.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Down In Dularge!
A great time was had by all for the annual Seacor Trash Talking Rodeo on the DU! This is always a fun event and this years rodeo was no different! All 3 boats headed out from the 'Lakehouse' at daybreak in search of speckled trout & redfish. All 3 boats started out at the same location with everyone catching a few fish at sun up until a crabber came through and shut down the bite. Capts Cricket Brondum and Grasshopper Giroir headed in a different direction while we stayed put in the same general area. Patience is a virtue as the yellowmouths responded with 'team troutslayers' picking away all morning & ending up with 85 nice trout. Everyone in all 3 boats caught plenty fish as we headed in for the 1 pm weigh in. Big thanks to Clayton Breaux for setting up the trip and to Shawn Whitney for some fantastic meals once again. Good luck fishing.rnrnCapt Bill Lakern985-637-3712rnwww.captlake.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Dularge Redfish/Trout Slam!
Another great fishing adventure is in the books for Bubba Davis & Mike Ingrim from Texas. Bubba called me wanting to know if the specks were running and I said come on down. The crew fished 2 days on the DU as Capt Ricky Brondum showed them the best of both worlds. On their first day they worked over the trout catching a full box of some very nice fish in the Sister Lake area. On the second day the guys wanted a change of pace and they had big fun with the reds. They were so excited about the numbers of fish we catch down here that they already booked 2 days in the summer to catch the yellowmouths. They wont be disappointed!! Good luck fishing.rnrnCapt Bill Lakern985-637-3712rnwww.captlake.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Dularge Trout Slam!
The trout were biting for Kevin Parnella and his friend as Capt Brady Giroir put them on the fish . The guys found the trout feeding heavy on shrimp on the falling tide. Double rigged LSU chubs did the trick as usual. VuDu shrimp are working well under a popping cork. Natural or glo/chartreuse has worked best. It was easy pickings. We've been enjoying a great trout bite for the past week as the fish fall in to their winter pattern. Water temps continue to fall and the fish are arriving deep in the marsh and inner estuaries. We are looking forward to a great December trout bite as everything is falling into place for us here on the DU!.rnrnCapt Bill Lakern985-637-3712rnwww.captlake.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Dularge Meat Haul
Joe McAdams and Danny came down to fish the DU for 2 days and were amazed at the number of fish we have in south Louisiana. They wanted to make a meat haul like last year and catching anything that bites was good to them. Capt Brady fished with them the first day catching a good mess of trout and hammering the reds & drum afterwards. Joe wanted just enough trout to cook for supper at the 'Lakehouse' as they really came to bust up reds & puppy drum. I took the guys the next day in 25 kt winds and after catching about 12-15 trout we settled in catching reds & drum. Those 2 guys actually got tired of catching fish! They are looking forward to their next trip to the DU!rnrnCapt Bill Lakernrn985-637-3712rnrnwww.captlake.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Down In Dularge!
The trout and redfish bite continues to be good throughout the Bayou Dularge area. Water temps are dropping as the fish continue to move north into the canals and natural bayous. Still plenty of trout in the lakes as the shrimp are keeping them in place. I enjoyed fishing 2 days with Matt Breaux and his business associates from Dallas, Tx. & Atlanta, Ga. The crew arrived around noon and we made an afternoon trip. The crew wanted south Louisiana redfish so we got them on some nice reds in the Lost Lake area. Mike Ruen had the big fish of the day with a 29 lb. brute in which he is having a replica made of the fish. The next morning we pretty much fished nothing but trout catching some nice fish in Lake Mechant. Double rigged LSU Bayou Chubs worked great with glo/chartreuse a close second as the trout gobbled them up as soon as the lure hit the water. The trout were feeding heavy on shrimp and the crew enjoyed the fast paced action. This crew really enjoyed the hospitality provided by Clayton Breaux at C-World and Shawn Whitney did a super job as usual preparing the meals both days. No place like the DU!rnrnCapt Bill Lakern985-637-3712rnwww.captlake.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Dularge Trout Fishing
Enjoyed a great morning of fishing with Rene Ritchie and his crew. Speckled trout were on the agenda and we found all we wanted. We fished mostly with double rigged LSU chubs but did catch a few on top water just before sunrise. The guys enjoyed a fast and furious bite catching 58 quick fish before the bite tapered off. Made a short move and got on another good bite as we finished up with 93 nice trout by 9:30 am. The trout were feeding on small shrimp on the falling tide . No bird trout as the fish averaged 14-17 inches. Fall fishing is in full swing and the trout are eating up big time. Good luck fishing.rnrnCapt Bill Lakern985-637-3712rnwww.captlake.com

Inshore Fishing

Cocodrie / DuLarge in South Central Louisiana

Dularge Trout Slam
Earlier this week I fished with Merritt Benson and his friend from Wyoming. He drove 15 hours to come back down to the DU after having a great experience fishing with me last year! We got an early start from the Lakehouse in search of the yellow-mouths. We had no problem finding the fish which were stacked up and hungry. Double rigged LSU chubs did the damage as we quickly caught our 75 fish limit . The fish averaged 14-17inches and were caught over the reefs ! The guys enjoyed a fun morning catching trout after trout . Merritt is down for 2 weeks of fishing and will be giving the trout and reds all they can handle.. Good luck fishing.rnrnCapt Bill Lakernrn985-637-3712rnrnwww.captlake.com

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Inshore Fishing

Outside Mississippi

Afternoon Delight!
Enjoyed a quick 3 hour afternoon fishing trip this past weekend with Jesse Luquette from Lafayette, La. We started fishing around 2 pm and the reds ate up everything we threw at them. Water temp was right at 49 degrees and it was a slow steady bite all afternoon. We caught a handful of trout as the yellowmouths were having no part of the cold water temps. The reds were covered with leeches as they were hunkered down in the silt trying to stay warm. We caught the fish on a variety of soft plastics as no one bait was the favorite on this day. A few fish were caught on bunker swim baits and chicken on a chain chubs worked well too. It was a beautiful afternoon to fish and Jesse and I had a blast catching easy limits of reds. Good luck fishing.rnrnrnrnrnCapt Bill Lakernrnwww.captlake.comrnrn985-637-3712

Inshore Fishing

Outside Mississippi

Great Redfish /Trout Action!
An unbelievable day of catching reds & trout down in Dularge! Only fished 3 hours catching 58 trout and no less than 80 fat redfish. Keith Millet and Alex Gravois put the hurt on the fish. A slow retrieve along the bottom in 6-8 ft depths with bunker swim baits and chicken on a chain Bayou Chub Minnows did the job. Water temp was 48 degrees and the fish ate up big time with the trout really resonding in the afternoon as it warmed up a bit. The reds are just silly and can be caught on almost every cast right now. Yes its cold but if you bundle up in layers you will be comforatable and the fish won't let you down. They are thick and hungry!! Good luck fishing.

Inshore Fishing

Outside Mississippi

Dularge Trout Fishing
Enjoyed a good day of fishing with Shane Blouin and his 2 young sons from Thibodaux, La. We fished for trout the entire day and found them slow on the bottom using bunker swimbaits. It was a very light tap and the crew had a little trouble detecting a strike. The crew caught trout,reds and a lonely sheepshead. Because of the warmer weather we fished the reefs in the lake catching our first 20 trout in only 2 ft of water. We caught a few more at a second location but when the incoming tide stopped the bite was over. We tried several more locations with no luck at all. Great folks to spend a few hours on the water with down on the DU. Good luck fishing.rnrnCapt Bill LakernrnBayou Guide Servicernwww.captlake.comrn985-851-6015

Inshore Fishing

Outside Mississippi

Great Trout Bite!
Day 2 with Danny Hughes and crew started off very slow as we tried another location but only caught a dozen trout. Made a few moves and found what we were looking for with nice fat trout slamming our bunker swimbaits and chicken on a chain Bayou Chub Minnows in only 2 ft of water. They were on the reefs and eating up anything in their path. Caught a few reds and a couple flounder to go with the trout. The guys had to get back early for the long drive back home but not before bringing in another 50 plus fish. The weather is great and the fish are biting ! Booking up now for January and things are looking good! Good luck fishing.

Inshore Fishing

Outside Mississippi

Good Trout Fishing On The DU!
More great trout fishing in lower Dularge! Danny Hughes and his crew arrived from Alabama and were ready to catch some yellowmouths. Thats exactly what we did and the guys enjoyed Day 1 of their 2 day fishing adventure. We found the trout at our first location but it was a slow start. The bite got better by mid morning as we had the yellowmouths coming in the boat from all sides as the warm weather had them eating up big time. Bunker,sea trout and blueback swimbaits did the trick once again. Nothing under a cork as the fish were on the bottom and not suspended. We had 50 plus fish by noon and headed back to the Lakehouse. Big thanks to Capt Brady Giroir for helping out with Ben McKey and his crew. They caught some nice trout as well with both groups having a great adventure on the DU! Good luck fishing.

Inshore Fishing

Outside Mississippi

Trout Slam!
I had the pleasure of fishing with Cliff Lawrence and his good friend Eddie Patterson from Monroe, La. Its been a while since Cliff has been fishing with me as he has been dealing with some health problems. Glad and happy to see hes back on track and slaying the trout. We only had to make one stop as we found the trout eating up our swimbaits in 3-4 ft of water. A very slow retrieve on the bottom did the trick. We could not get the fish to hit anything under a cork as tightlining was the only way to put them in the box. We ended up short of our limit but the quality of the fish was outstanding and no one was complaining. I look forward to having these guys back on the big Pathfinder soon. Good luck fishing.

Inshore Fishing

Outside Mississippi

Good Fishing!
Got a call from Richard Heigl for another trout fishing trip. He could not leave early due to other obligations so we left the dock at 10:30 am. Only took one stop as we had the fish flying in the boat alomost every cast. Bunker swim baits in gin clear water had the trout eating up big time. By 1:00 pm we had our 50 trout on ice and caught and released a few more. The trout were not slamming the bait but rather just a light tap and it was fish on. We caught a couple nice reds too but the trout were what we were looking for! Everyone is getting in on the action as our fishery is second to none here in Terrebonne Parish. This warmer weather has the fish going nuts and its going to continue right on through the end of the year!. Good luck fishing.

Inshore Fishing

Outside Mississippi

Great Fishing On The DU!
The fish were boiling the water at daybreak! Fast & furious action for Kevin Ford and I as it was another great morning of fishing the DU!. Bunker swimbaits did the trick with a slow retrieve on the bottom. Our first stop produced about 35 nice yellowmouths before the bite tapered off. We found another dozen or so with a nice red as lagniappe. We enjoyed fishing out of my Pro Drive as the smaller boat enabled us to get in some tight spots. The trout averaged 14-16 inches with a couple 18 in. fish. It has been a great winter bite so far and is making up for a somewhat slower summer than usual. No place like Dularge! Good luck fishing.

Inshore Fishing

Outside Mississippi

Trout Bonanza!
The winter time bite is off the charts this year in lower Dularge. I got a call from Laura Pellegrin from Crowley, La. who was looking for a place to catch trout . I said look no further as her 8 man/woman crew showed up at the Lakehouse ready to catch fish. Capt Brady Giroir helped out with the second boat. Our first stop produced about 35-40 fish but only 20 were keepers. They were eating up the VuDu shrimp under a cork along with Bunker swim baits slow crawled on the bottom. Our next stop produced 2 nice reds and another 10 trout before slowing down. Our third stop was the charm as both boats got on the trout hot and enjoying a fast bite. Bunker and blueback swinbaits had the fish in a frenzy and the crew from Crowley loved every moment. The trout averaged between 14-18 inches and not a single fish undersize during the fast & furious bite. We called it a day around noon and what a trip to remember. Its just amazing what kind of numbers can be put up daily in our area. Fishing in Terrebonne Parish is hard to beat and there are not many areas that compare to what we sometimes take for granted. Good luck fishing.rnrn rnrnrnrnCapt Bill Lakernrn985-637-3712rnrnwww.captlake.com

Inshore Fishing

Outside Mississippi

Great Trout Fishing!
Enjoyed a great morning of busting up the trout with Heinke Trapp, Matt Armand,John Trapp and Emzie Armand. We arrived at daybreak and it was on fire from the first cast. Nice trout from 14-18 in. and everyone got on the action . Bunker and blueback swimbaits did the trick just like the previous day. We quickly put 45-50 fish in the box then the tide switched and it was over. Amazing how much of a difference it makes as the trout will only feed on a falling tide at certain areas. We picked up a nice red and a few more trout as the wind started to howl out of the south. We called it a day around 11:00 am with a beautiful box of fish. Good luck fishing.

Inshore Fishing

Outside Mississippi

Reds and Specks!
Great redfish and trout action continues down on the DU!. Gary Whitacre and his son Neil joined me and came all the way from Iowa to catch fish. We left the dock shortly after daybreak and the guys were hooking up with redfish and big drum within the first hour. They came here to catch reds and that’s exactly what they did here in lower Dularge. We had big fun for the first few hours as we patiently waited for the tide to start falling. Once the tide switched the fun began as the father & son team tried their luck with speckled trout for their first time ever. They loved the fast & furious trout action catching fish 2 at a time on just about every cast. They were here to catch and release but we did keep 2 nice reds for the BBQ pit for their supper at the “Lakehouse”. We kept our 75 fish limit on trout as I have family and friends who love fresh fish. Gary & Neil had a great experience and easily caught over 150 fish on their first day on the water. They agreed that there is no place like the DU!.rnrnCapt Bill LakernBayou Guide Servicernwww.captlake.comrn985-851-6015

Inshore Fishing

Outside Mississippi

Great Redfish Action!
REDFISH AND MORE REDFISH!rnrnThe redfish extravaganza continues on the DU! What a great morning of fishing for my regulars including Tim Haberberger, David Barnes, Brent Houston, Brian Jenkins and Fancher Smith from Tennessee. Tim brought down Fancher for his first trip to the “Lakehouse” and he had no problem catching his limit of fish. We had non-stop action at our first stop with double and triple hook-ups. It was a lot of fun watching the guys do the redfish shuffle on the back deck of the big 26 ft Pathfinder. I never picked up a pole as the action was fast & furious. Tim and the crew picked up right where they left off last year. The first 21 fish on ice were caught in a 30-40 minute span with the remaining 4 reds caught within the next hour. The fish ate up big time on the rising tide and slowed down after the tide made the switch. We had 1 fish over the 27 in. mark per person and the remainder of the reds averaged 22-26 in. except for three 16 in. fish. It was yet another great adventure for Tim and his crew who has been fishing with me for many years. There is no better place to fish than Bayou Dularge located in the heart of beautiful Terrebonne Parish! Good luck fishing.rnrnrnrnrnCapt Bill LakernBayou Guide Servicernwww.captlake.comrn985-851-6015

Inshore Fishing

Outside Mississippi

Reds and More Reds!
http://youtu.be/34AztrTK4gIrnrnEvery day in lower Dularge! September is the month to catch reds!!rnrnCapt Bill Lakern985-637-3712

Inshore Fishing

Outside Mississippi

Great Redfish Bite!
REDFISH BONANZA !rnrnThe redfish were boiling the water this morning on the rising tide eating up everything in sight! Fat and sassy reds anywhere between 16-30 inches. No problem filling our 25 fish limit today. It was an awesome adventure for the 4 professors from LSU. Mark Hafner,Robb Brumfield,Chris Austin and Jake Esselstyn fished with me today and put the smack on the reds. Only had to make 2 stops as we finished up quick around 9:00 a.m. Capt Gerald Ellender and his crew whacked 20 reds for a total of 45 fish between both boats. No finicky reds today as they were hungry!! The blue wing teal are starting to show up more each day in the interior marsh so it should be a good opening weekend. It was a beautiful morning to be on the water in south Louisiana and I’m glad my crew could experience what many people only dream about in regards to the terrific redfish bite! Good luck fishing.rnrnrnrnrnrnrnCapt Bill LakernBayou Guide Servicernwww.captlake.comrn985-851-6015

Inshore Fishing

Outside Mississippi

Redfish Slam!
8/7/14…….After catching 80 trout the previous morning,Chris Tabor and crew wanted to tackle the bronzebacks. Capt Brady Giroir and I headed out with the crew at daybreak and had no problem putting the guys on all the reds they could handle. We found the fish stacked up on an incoming tide and they fed for over 2 hours non- stop. We brought in 50 reds between both boats!. The reds averaged anywhere between 16 in. and 27 in. with the majority around 22-25in. The reds were not all on the bottom as some were suspended in the water column and would eat the bait on the fall. This crew never had so much fun catching fish! They enjoyed their 2 night stay at the Reel In and Shawn Whitneys cooking! These guys cannot wait to get back down to the DU! Good luck fishing. rnrnBayou Guide Servicernwww.captlake.comrn985-851-6015

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