posted on October 27, 2015 10:01
When the thermometer begins to dip, and sunny days give way to grayness and cold, fishermen across the country start hunkering down for a few off-season months.
But they don't have to. Down here in Louisiana, there is no off-season for fishermen, particularly along the fabled inshore of Lafitte (just outside of New Orleans). Here, the natural habitat is the perfect breeding ground for redfish. One day spent on our waters will have you wondering what took you so long to head to Lafitte to get your fishing fix during months when so many others hang up their rods and reels.
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