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Snapper - Dorado - Yellowfin Tuna Fishing Trips in Louisiana

Discussion in 'Rest of the World' started by louisiana_charter_fishing, Jun 2, 2012.

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    We are getting ready for the opening day of snapper season. The snapper are everywhere overpopulating the Gulf of Mexico. It should be quick and easy to catch your limit of giant red snapper. The Dorado fishing has been incredible for the last 2 weeks. It seems like no matter where we are, the fishing has been productive. We are still catching several yellow fin tuna well over 100 pounds, which is a little uncommon for this time of year.

    We did really well on both day charters and night charter fishing trips. This is one of the best fishing years I've seen for a long time for the yellow fin tuna. The rip has been forming up every couple of days. It is just a matter of time before it gets right again. When it was formed up right, we caught some nice wahoo and dolphin off of it. I also caught a nice 350 pound blue on Wednesday live bait fishing. We stopped on the way in 2 or 3 times to try to catch a grouper, but there were too many snapper there to get the baits down. We have been doing really well with the mangrove snappers, adding variety to the boat each Deepsea fishing trip.


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