Shell Beach Report

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Shell Beach Report

Postby Capt. Rory Rorison » Tue Apr 22, 2008 10:02 am

Trout slam Sunday on the Beach. Duke and Amanda Wichers met me a Campo’s and from there we headed to the Sound on a pretty day with no wind finally. The tide was not moving much, but no one told the Trout. Right from the start they were putting some pretty Trout in the boat with Hybrid Flurry 3’ under a cork. I joined in on the fun and by 10am we put our limits of Trout (14”-22”) on ice along with a couple of Reds. With Trout done we made a move to get on some more rod bending action. Here we fished with dead shrimp adding a dozen big Sheepshead to the box, along with a monster Drum Duke caught and released. Great day on the water and Duke and Amanda had a great time. Total for the day was 75 Trout, 2 Reds, and 12 Sheepshead.

The Trout have turned on and the fishing in Shell Beach is outstanding. Campo’s is open with fuel, bait, ice, and the newly improved back down ramps are open. Nice and easy launching with helpful advice from the Campo’s is waiting for you. For your next fishing adventure call United Charters, dates are filling fast. 504-439-2680.

Capt. Rory Rorison
United Charters
Shell Beach, LA
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Re: Shell Beach Report

Postby dyepac » Tue Apr 22, 2008 3:26 pm

hey rory when are you going to make a video on how to clean "DEM GOAT HEADS" i dont keep thembecauce i heard they were hard to clean.
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Re: Shell Beach Report

Postby Capt. Rory Rorison » Tue Apr 22, 2008 5:09 pm

Back for seconds on the Beach. Duke Wichers and his wife had a great time fishing with me Sunday. Duke just had to come back for more Monday and he brought his friend David with him. We headed on down a flat calm MRGO and to the Sound we went. We fished the same area as the day before with similar results. The bite was not quite as fast, but the Trout were a little bigger on average. Once again the Hybrid Flurry 3’ under a cork was the bait of the day, but several good fish fell for the LSU Bayou Chub also. After we finished off our Trout limits we made a move and got on an as fast as you could cast Sheepshead bite. With no more room left in the fish box we headed on in. Another great day of fishing and the guys had a blast. Total for the day was 75 Trout, 2 Reds, 25 Sheepshead, and 1 Drum.

The Trout have turned on and the fishing in Shell Beach is outstanding. Campo’s is open with fuel, bait, ice, and the newly improved back down ramps are open. Nice and easy launching with helpful advice from the Campo’s is waiting for you. For your next fishing adventure call United Charters, dates are filling fast. 504-439-2680.

Capt. Rory Rorison
United Charters
Shell Beach, LA
504-439-1680
rory@unitedcharters.com
http://www.unitedcharters.com

By the way sorry about the wrong dates on the photos, crazy camera.

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Re: Shell Beach Report

Postby Butch » Tue Apr 22, 2008 5:30 pm

Capt. Rory, man you're killing me with these post. Glad to see you're on a good trout bite. As soon as work lets up a little, I'm heading your way. I haven't been to Campo's since last summer. I usually make a few runs towards the compressor rig each year, and run around Black Bay. How does the water look towards that way? Keep the pictures coming.
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Re: Shell Beach Report

Postby Capt. Rory Rorison » Tue Apr 22, 2008 9:08 pm

The water in the MRGO and Bay Eloi looks good. It is filthy over toward Black Bay. When running out to the Sound you will come into some nasty water, but it clears up as you get closer to Central. I have not been over by the Compressor yet.
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Re: Shell Beach Report

Postby Capt. Rory Rorison » Sun Apr 27, 2008 9:03 pm

Breezy day Friday on the Beach. The gang from Coca Cola met Capt. Jonathan and I at Campo’s where four of them jumped on each boat. The wind was calm as we pulled out, but a little way down the MRGO the wind really picked up. The water in Eloi was a little choppy and dirty. The guys put some nice Trout in boat, but had to work hard for them. Hybrid Flurry Minnows in opening night under a cork was the bait of the day. We ended up with 35 Trout, 2 Heads, 2 Drum, and 1 Red. Capt. Jonathan worked hard to get his crew on some fish and covered plenty water and finished the day with 15 Trout 13”-3lbs, 8 Sheepshead, 2 Drum, 1 Red, 1 Flounder. As the day went on the wind blew harder and made things tough, but everyone had a great time putting together good boxes of fish.

The Trout are turning on and the fishing in Shell Beach is outstanding. Campo’s is open with fuel, bait, ice, and the newly improved back down ramps are open. Nice and easy launching with helpful advice from the Campo’s is waiting for you. For your next fishing adventure call United Charters, dates are filling fast. Very nice over night accommodations are avalible. 504-439-2680.

Capt. Rory Rorison
United Charters
Shell Beach, LA
504-439-1680
rory@unitedcharters.com
http://www.unitedcharters.com

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Re: Shell Beach Report

Postby Capt. Rory Rorison » Sun Apr 27, 2008 9:45 pm

Gary, Jason, John, and Dale. Just like the day before the wind was dead calm as we entered the MRGO at Shell Beach, but by the time we got down past Hopedale the wind was starting to pick up. The wind had everything stirred up in Bay Eloi and made for some tough fishing. We did get on a couple good Trout bites and missed a lot of fish fighting the slack lines in the wind. Once again the bait of the day was the Hybrid Flurry minnow in opening night fished under a cork. The guys fished hard and put together a nice box of some very nice Trout up to 4 pounds. They had a great time and were a lot of fun. Total for the day was 50 Trout, 5 Reds, and 2 Sheepshead.

The Trout are turning on and the fishing in Shell Beach is outstanding. Campo’s is open with fuel, bait, ice, and the newly improved back down ramps are open. Nice and easy launching with helpful advice from the Campo’s is waiting for you. For your next fishing adventure call United Charters, dates are filling fast. Very nice over night accommodations are avalible. 504-439-2680.

Capt. Rory Rorison
United Charters
Shell Beach, LA
504-439-1680
rory@unitedcharters.com
http://www.unitedcharters.com

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Re: Shell Beach Report

Postby Capt. Rory Rorison » Fri May 09, 2008 7:33 pm

A couple of late windy reports from the beach. Onboard Sunday were Gary Gagliano, Ray king, Ben James, and Terry Peters. Conditions looked OK as we left the dock, but when the sun came on went the fan. Tried to get out in Eloi and had a hard time getting a good Trout bite, so we bailed out and hit the Reds. Fishing with dead shrimp under cork the guys had fun putting some pretty Reds in the box. Could have had more to take home, but we already had limits of 27”-30” Reds. They did get several slot Reds too. Not often you wish for smaller fish, but it sure was fun. Ended up with 15 Trout, 10 Reds, and 2 Heads. Fun group of guys that great time.

Tuesday I had the pleasure of fishing with Theo Alpaugh, him mom Lili, and friend Judy Deimel. Just like most days this week it was calm while getting the boat ready, but once we got down the MRGO the fan kicked on to high. We bounced our way out into Eloi and the water did not look bad for as hard as the wind was blowing. We found some action at a small wellhead fishing with live minnows on the bottom. The action was not fast, but steady. They had a great time and put together a good box of Trout. I asked if they wanted to chase some reds, but they wanted Trout so we stayed at it they were ready and had plenty for a good fish fry. Ended up with 37 Trout and fun day on the water.

WE HAVE 4 BOATS WAITING TO TAKE YOU ON YOUR NEXT FISHING ADVENTURE. OUR LODGE SLEEPS 19 ANGLERS. We are just steps from the boats. Our lodge features 2200 square feet of deluxe accommodations with a full kitchen four bed rooms, and two living rooms flat screen plasma TV’s with over 100 channels. Fish out of our boats or yours. Give us a call at 504 887 4960 or 504 881 9966 (cell). You'll be glad that you did!!

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Re: Shell Beach Report

Postby Capt. Rory Rorison » Fri May 16, 2008 4:16 pm

Banged the Trout Tuesday on the Beach. On board for the day were Steve and Al Miles. The wind was not too bad as we headed out, but knew they would pick up. We made a couple stops in Eloi picking up a couple of Trout and too many Gaftops. Since the seas were still doable we headed out into the Sound. Our first stop we found 20 or so nice big Trout and a couple of big Reds that were released. Our next stop was fast as you could catch um action. The Trout were slamming the cast net caught live shrimp we had and it was a blast. By this time the wind was howling and it made for a slow ride back with a box full of 75 big Trout who cared. The guys had a great time and will be back soon.

WE HAVE 4 BOATS WAITING TO TAKE YOU ON YOUR NEXT FISHING ADVENTURE. OUR LODGE SLEEPS 19 ANGLERS, just steps from the boats. Give us a call at 504 887 4960 or 504 881 9966 (cell). You'll be glad that you did!!

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Re: Shell Beach Report

Postby Capt. Rory Rorison » Fri May 16, 2008 5:06 pm

Wednesday afternoon Reds on the Beach. With the wind blowing hard and the tide dead low we decided to make it an afternoon trip so that the tide would come up and we could get into the ponds for Reds. I had the pleasure of fishing with Greg and Dian Cooke of Harley Davidson of New Orleans. Fishing with dead shrimp under a cork Dian was the first to hook up with a nice Red for the grill. Greg was not far behind her in getting some Reds in the boat. The wind was really blowing hard and we never did find them bunched up in one spot. We made several moves picking up a couple at each stop. They had a great time and put together a nice box of fish. Total for the day was 12 Reds, 3 Drum, and 1 Flounder. Fun time with a nice couple.

WE HAVE 4 BOATS WAITING TO TAKE YOU ON YOUR NEXT FISHING ADVENTURE. OUR LODGE SLEEPS 19 ANGLERS, just steps from the boats. Give us a call at 504 887 4960 or 504 881 9966 (cell). You'll be glad that you did!!

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