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re: First time St. Tammany Pier - nahtanojc
I've taken my son and nephew there a few times since it opened a few years ago and have caught fish each time. Bring some fresh shrimp or live shrimp and you can catch sheepshead and flounder around the pilings. Bring a pier net so you can bring them up. You can put out a few crab nets to run...
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re: Independence Day Weekend Fishing Plans - nahtanojc
it does. I know the original plan was for there to be a live bait shop there, but not sure if that ever came to fruition. May want to detour to Hwy11 (Rigolet's bait shop) and stop and get some live bait to increase the chances that something will bend the rod!...
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re: Independence Day Weekend Fishing Plans - nahtanojc
[quote](unless anyone has a better suggestion for bank fishing within an hour drive of BR) [/quote] If you prefer salt, take them to the St. Tammany pier. Pretty decent setup they have and you can catch flounder and sheepshead around the pilings. Reds and trout can be caught too depending on...
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re: What is the most beautiful salt water fish? - nahtanojc
Way too many saltwater fish that could take this title, especially if you are looking at reef fish. Just about any angel, wrasse, tang or gobie fit in this category! Hence the appeal of saltwater aquariums! For gamefish though, offshore nomination goes to Mahi, Yellowfin and Wahoo. Insho...
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re: Who lost their truck last night - nahtanojc
Damn, was hoping to get out there in the morning and pull it out with the new yak! (Sorry guys, left the Hobie home for this trip) ...
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re: People that don't wave when you let them turn into your lane... - nahtanojc
when there is road construction or an accident and you know well in advance, either by signs saying to merge or police lights flashing, and people refuse to merge until the last possible moment when there is no longer any road to move forward on... So that while you are in the correct lane that is ...
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re: Best place to check out Kayaks? - nahtanojc
[quote] I didnt see one on the floor and no one seemed eager to help when I went by.[/quote] You definitely get that feeling at the Massey's in B.R.; it's like the whole upstairs area was an afterthought and none of the staff seem to like climbing stairs! I hear the store down in New Orleans...
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re: tagged trout, first for me - nahtanojc
[quote]I don't remember having the option.[/quote] It's there! __ I seem to catch several tagged reds a year, but have never caught a tagged trout; I heard the tag on the trout tends to get dislodged easily (compared to reds, where the tag is lodged between the bigger scales) Very cool...
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re: tagged trout, first for me - nahtanojc
I always opt for the towel. . . you can never have too many fishing towels! (3rd option, besides the towel and shirt, is a hat) ...
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re: In the market for a new kayak - nahtanojc
New Coosa run $1250, with the HD being $1700 You may be able to find a used one under $700, but would be hard pressed to get a new one for that. Something to also consider is buying a demo model from Massey's, Backpacker or Pack and Paddle; call them up and see what they have. lsuson, hav...
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re: In the market for a new kayak - nahtanojc
Inflatables have their place, but the marshes of LA isn't one of them! Assuming the OP will be fishing salt, one oyster shell is all it will take to turn that fun fishing trip into a miserable one. Of course, if the OP is keeping it fresh, an inflatable may work. Maybe not the inflatable kay...
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re: In the market for a new kayak - nahtanojc
Depends on what SINK you get. . . Absolutely nothing cramped about the Native Ultimate, and I could carry just as much gear, if not more, in it than I could in my Pro Angler 14. Yes, they can take on water so you must be cautious in rough waters/big open water, but the same conditions that wil...
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re: weekend results thread - nahtanojc
How's this for a weekend result? Not sure what happened, just saw the photo on FB. Happened this morning at Sandollar . . . [img]https://scontent-dfw1-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xft1/v/t1.0-9/11430107_935417289844244_1568342132309404567_n.jpg?oh=98fdd6a6eb37f49fcb489cfc0a79c83b&oe=56043E1E[/img...
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re: CHS alumni fishing rodeo is this week. Who's in? - nahtanojc
He was asking for the kayak division. 6 lb trout was for the inshore boat division.:cheers:...
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re: CHS alumni fishing rodeo is this week. Who's in? - nahtanojc
I don't have the exact numbers, but heaviest trout was impressive considering the fishing today. 3.5lbs won trout; I had one that went 2.02 and there was a guy that weighed in one that went 2.01 to get 3rd. Reds were plentiful, but small... My biggest was a hair over 27" and didn't make the cut,...
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re: Need advice on a 2-man kayak - nahtanojc
[quote]to the Hobie with the use of pedals and rudder. [/quote] All the other tandems mentioned in the thread allow the seating to be changed from tandem to solo quite easily! Op, another couple options would be a KC kayak or, depending on how old your son is, I have seen several people bri...
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re: Need advice on a 2-man kayak - nahtanojc
Backpacker has also sold a couple... And evidently one owner has already managed to flip it out in the surf at Elmers! As to the ultimate on Craigslist, ask him the year- it will be the last 2 digits on the hull #. Back when he bought it, the ultimate tandem was only $1400 or so to begin with.....
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re: Pier Fishing at Grande Isle - nahtanojc
[quote]You can catch 8 inch white trout all night off the bridgeside pier Bigger specks show up in the fall[/quote] Pretty much this. Although you can still catch keeper specks under the lights, most of what you will catch now is going to be white trout. I never fish during the day, but wa...
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re: Need advice on a 2-man kayak - nahtanojc
As others have already stated,you should definitely look at the Native Ultimate tandem. There was one in CL recently for $1k in laffy. (If you email them though, keep in mind it's the original model-2008ish. I'd try to get them down to $700) They have a new Ultimate Fx that has a lot of improveme...
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re: Speckled Trout Mount - Updated with pics - nahtanojc
Pretty epic stringer ya got there! I'm interested in getting a fish mounted myself, but have never done it so don't know where to start. Let us know who you decide to go with and pass the info along! :cheers:...
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