Louisiana fly fishing guide season in the marsh has been fantastic since the water temperatures have dropped out. We have been seeing some amazing “crawlers” bull redfish working the edges on low water with their entire backs exposed out of the water. It’s a real sight to see in fishing and when the big bulls are doing that up shallow they are definitely hungry and will hammer a fly. I hope to share this Louisiana fly fishery with as many people as possible for years to come before we start to see more pressure- but I don’t think that will happen anytime soon as it’s a tuff place to get to, navigate, and see the fish sometimes for people new to the area. I have some January dates still available if you are looking for a Louisiana fly fishing guide I can hook you up with some solid dates. January is such a great month here when you can fish around the fronts. All the fish are pushed up to the upper marsh with some gin clear water to back it up. It is some of the best fishing if the year in my opinion. I look forward to showing off this world class fishery and helping you achieve some great anglers accomplishments.Have fun!