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How Bassmaster Pro Edwin Evers Adjusts the Auto Settings on His Sonar

  How Bassmaster Pro Edwin Evers Adjusts the Auto Settings on His Sonar by Edwin Evers When it comes to electronics, a question I get asked a lot is, “How do you customize your fish finder settings at the beginning of a day on the water?” The short answer is, “I don’t.”   You might […]

Book a Cajun Cast-and-Blast Trip for Exceptional Fishing, Hunting

  Book a Cajun Cast-and-Blast Trip for Exceptional Fishing, Hunting By Craig Lamb If you hunt and fish the idea of combining the better of two worlds in one trip seems impossible. There is one place you can do both, and that is in a special corner of south Louisiana. Nowhere else can you enjoy […]

Hit the Wrecks and Rigs for Summertime Cobia

  Hit the Wrecks and Rigs for Summertime Cobia By Craig Lamb Cobia, ling or lemonfish. From the Gulf Coast of Texas far up the Atlantic Coast into the Carolinas, Rachycentron canadum is highly valued as a prized fighter and epicurean’s delight. Tasty and sporting, the fish is fun to catch, and summertime is a […]

What to Bring on a Chartered Fishing Trip

  What to Bring on a Chartered Fishing Trip By Craig Lamb You’ve booked a fishing trip with Home Run Charters & Lodge. With the most important detail checked off the list, what should you pack? Next on the list is a game on attitude! The captain and mates will be game on when you […]

Fall Fishing at it’s Best in South Louisiana

  Fall Fishing at it’s Best in South Louisiana By Craig Lamb Think fall and what comes to mind is tailgating before going into the stadium to cheer on the home team. Spending a lazy afternoon watching a marathon of pro games on the big screen. Fall is also a great time to trade in that […]

Summertime the Right Time for Red Drum

Summertime the Right Time for Red Drum By Craig Lamb Some say redfish; others say red drum. No matter where you live this powerful freight train of a saltwater species is among the most prized of all game fish. A late summer beach vacation coincides with the best time for catching trophy reds. Jetties are […]

Summertime is Flounder Time

  Summertime is Flounder Time By Craig Lamb Everyone likes a bargain, and you get a two-for-one deal when fishing for flounder. The mild, delicate taste of flounder is highly valued by seafood lovers. For sporting value, you can’t beat the fight put up by a doormat-sized flounder. Tasty and sporting, the flounder is a […]

Recognizing Changing Conditions Often Critical in Relocating ‘Lost’ Bass

  Recognizing Changing Conditions Often Critical in Relocating ‘Lost’ Bass   Matt Herren’s recent victory in the Toyota® Texas Bass Classic, one of the most prestigious bass tournaments in the country, hinged almost entirely on the Yamaha Pro’s ability to recognize and adjust to rapidly changing water conditions, even though he’d never before seen the […]

Something for Everyone at Home Run Fishing Charters and Lodge

  Something for Everyone at Home Run Fishing Charters and Lodge By Craig Lamb Hooking up to freight train runs with a bull-sized redfish. Airborne largemouth on topwaters. Getting sore-armed from catching fat speckled trout. And all of those species caught from the same spot. Sounds impossible. In the inshore waters of Louisiana, and around […]

Back Bay Flounder North and South

  Back Bay Flounder North and South Fishing inside waters for aggressive flounder can benefit from the right boat and the right techniques no matter where you chase them In the world of gamefish, flounders probably don’t come to mind. Then again, maybe you’re not that familiar with two of the more popular recreationally caught […]