Among many things, Louisiana is known for – great food, great music, and being the redfish capital of the world! The Louisiana marsh offers outstanding opportunities for the shallow-water fly angler with countless shallow bays, ponds, canals, and expansive mud flats. These areas can be fished almost year-round and hold an amazingly large and healthy population of redfish. Most serious anglers will tell you that this area of the Gulf Coast is home to both the largest redfish in size, as well as the largest overall population of redfish. Redfish share these beautiful areas with abundant and diverse wildlife, including alligator, numerous species of birds, turtles, sea otters, raccoons, dolphin, and many species residing both below and above the water’s surface. It should also be noted that while stunning copper-colored redfish will be abundant, anglers will also have opportunities to catch sheepshead, black drum, jacks, and alligator gar. Louisiana is truly a year-round fisherman’s paradise!
Louisiana Fly Fishing Lodges
Located just on the edge of the Biloxi Marsh, the new Dogwood Lodge is a historical vessel that was originally built for the US Coast Guard as buoy tender on the upper Mississippi River. Staying on the vessel while being guided by some of the best redfish guides in Louisiana will equate to a complete Louisiana low country fishing experience!
Located in the southernmost part of Louisiana, the Sportsmans Lodge offers a blend of great accommodations, memorable southern & Cajun cuisine, and true hospitality while partnering with some of the best fly fishing focused guides in Louisiana!