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South Louisiana Fishing Vacations

The Inland Marshes and Coastal Waters are a great place to include in your South Louisiana Fishing Vacation. Our waters produce the finest fishing in the South. Come and experience the excitement of Salt Water Fishing with Bayou Guide Service, Capt. Bill Lake.

Louisiana Fishing

Brown PelicanBayou Guide Service will bring you and your guests to the most productive fishing waters in south louisiana. On a typical charter trip, you will see Louisiana's beautiful barrier islands up close and personal with its thousands of shorebirds and wildlife! One can expect to see hundreds of Louisiana Brown Pelicans along with numerous other species of seagulls, herons and terns. The islands are truly a "Bird Watchers Paradise"! Fishing the coastal waters and exterior bays/lakes in spring and summer allows one to fish for speckled trout, redfish, spanish mackerel, flounder, bull redfish and many other saltwater fish. Fish the numerous oil and gas platforms in the inland bays and open gulf and experience the thrill of catching aggressive specks and reds on light tackle. Wading trips on Timbalier & Last Island are also available! Fishing the lower Bayou Dularge area during the fall & winter months, you can expect to see more of the same with the addition of raccoons, alligators, nutria, otters, ducks, geese and many other "marsh critters" in their natural habitat. Areas such as Lost Lake, Eagle Lake, Lake Mechant and Sister Lake are known for their great fall and winter fishing! So includes us in your next south louisiana fishing vacation.

Why not include us in your South Louisiana Vacation with a salt water fishing charter. Here's something the whole family can enjoy.

What do I need to bring?

We furnish Rod n Reels, Ice and Artificial Bait. A few things you may want to bring are a cap or hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, rain gear, soft soled shoes, food & drinks, ice chest to take your catch home and a fishing license. Oh, and don't forget the camera with plenty film. Out of state anglers may purchase a three day trip license by calling 1-888-765-2602.  Louisiana out of state fishing license info.

 

*** CHARTER RATES ***

SUMMER PEAK RATES

April - October

$350 Per Boat (1 Person)

$550 Per Boat (2-3 People)

$600 Per Boat (4 People)


*Plus Fuel, Oil, Live Bait (if used)

FISH CLEANING not included in Charter Prices. Available at Reasonable Rates.

All bookings require $200 deposit for confirmation and becomes Non-Refundable 14 days prior to scheduled date. Weathered out days will be rescheduled.  All deposits are forfeited after 1 year.

 

To pay by credit card a PayPal 4% fee will be included

Charter Deposit

Winter Rates

November - March

$350 Per Boat (1 Person)

2-3 People $500

4 People $550

*Plus Fuel, Oil, Live Bait (if used)

FISH CLEANING not included in Charter Prices. Available at Reasonable Rates.

All bookings require $200 deposit for confirmation and becomes Non-Refundable 14 days prior to scheduled date. Weathered out days will be rescheduled.  All deposits are forfeited after 1 year.

Non-resident Salt Water Fishing License

Call 1-888-765-2602 in advance.

The state will issue a license # that will make you eligible to fish on the days that you request. Master Card and Visa accepted for payment by phone.

You’ll need to supply the following information.

  • Name
  • Mailing address
  • Date of birth
  • Driver’s License #
  • Color of eyes & hair
  • Height
  • Weight
  • Phone number with area code
  • Captain's Charter license # (to be supplied when trip is booked)

The cost for the license if you are fishing with a guide that is registered to charter fish in the State of Louisiana is $10.00 plus a $3.00 convenience fee.

 

Bayou Dularge is due South of Houma in Terrebonne Parish Louisiana. Take Highway 315 South from Houma, and basically follow it to the end of the road.

From New Orleans (East):

From New Orleans take Hwy. 90 South to Hwy. 311 Exit;
Merge right onto Hwy. 311;
Travel South on Hwy. 311 for 10.2 miles to Hwy. 182 West;
At light, Take right onto Hwy. 182 West and travel to the first light;
At light, stay straight and cross over the Bayou Dularge Bridge;
Merge right after crossing over bridge, go to stop sign;
Turn left at stop sign onto Hwy. 315;
Follow Hwy. 315 and travel approx 18.6 miles;

Continue over levee to 3rd camp on the left.  The Lake House Lodge.


From Lafayette (West):

From Lafayette take I-49 East (Hwy. 90) to Hwy. 311 Exit;
Merge right onto Hwy. 311;
Travel South on Hwy. 311 for 10.2 miles to Hwy. 182 West;
At light, Take right onto Hwy. 182 West and travel to the first light;
At light, stay straight and cross over the Bayou Dularge Bridge;
Merge right after crossing over bridge, go to stop sign;
Turn left at stop sign onto Hwy. 315;
Follow Hwy. 315 and travel approx 18.3 miles;

Continue over levee to 3rd camp on the left.  The Lake House Lodge.

 

Capt Lake's Fishing Videos

Catch and Release on Castin Cajun

Capt. Bill Lake and Sharon Alford fishing for Redfish in Bayou Dularge

Catching, Cleaning & Frying Speckled Trout

Louisiana Outdoor Adventures
Fishing with Capt. Bill Lake

Du "Large" Speckled Trout (part 1)

Du "Large" Speckled Trout (part 2)

Yellow Mouth, Head Shakers (part 1)

Yellow Mouth, Head Shakers (part 2)

Speckled Trout, Reds and Drum (part 1)

Speckled Trout, Reds and Drum (part 2)

Redfish on the Bottom (part 1)

Redfish on the Bottom (part 2)

 

 

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Capt Bill Lake

208 Woodburn Dr.
Houma, La. 70364

985-851-6015
985-637-3712

Email
b.lakejr@comcast.net

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