Louisiana Delta

New Orleans, Louisiana

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Short Take: Hundreds of square miles in area; shallow bayous, ponds, bays, canals, flooded marsh, hyacinths, hydrilla, flooded cypress, fallen timber. When a fisherman thinks of southern Louisiana, his thoughts generally drift to inshore saltwater species like speckled trout, flounder, and redfish. After all, the Bayou State’s saltwater fishing is legendary and attracts anglers from around the world. Freshwater and largemouth bass do not get much consideration unless the angler has already experienced the bounty that swims in the canals, bayous, and bays near New Orleans. Primary Species: Largemouth bass.
America's Best Bass Fishing

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America's Best Bass Fishing

by Steve Price (Falcon Guides)

Short Take: Hundreds of square miles in area; shallow bayous, ponds, bays, canals, flooded marsh, hyacinths, hydrilla, flooded cypress, fallen timber. When a fisherman thinks of southern Louisiana, his thoughts generally drift to inshore saltwater species like speckled trout, flounder, and redfish.

After all, the Bayou State’s saltwater fishing is legendary and attracts anglers from around the world. Freshwater and largemouth bass do not get much consideration unless the angler has already experienced the bounty that swims in the canals, bayous, and bays near New Orleans. Primary Species: Largemouth bass.

© 2000 Steve Price/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Fishing
Nearby City: New Orleans
Season & Limits: Best March, April, October, November
Driving Directions: Directions to Louisiana Delta

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