Delacroix Louisiana Fishing Charter for Redfish, Bass, and Speckled Trout.
Delacroix Louisiana Fishing Trips
There are 3 different species of fish that are mainly targeted in the area: Redfish, Bass, and Speckled Trout. We specialize in all three, so no worries about finding your favorite fish.
Captain Jack C. Payne
Captain Jack has been running charters since 1992 and has finished in the top 10 in several red fish tournaments. We also have several top notch Captains to accommodate trips from 4 to 24 people.
In the past 4 years, 8 major fishing tournaments have been won with fish that were caught in Delacroix. This year St. Bernard parish will once again host the O’Boy Oberta Redfish Cup, of which we will be a part.
Delacroix Louisiana Fishing Charters
Louisiana is called the Sportsman’s Paradise because of our rich fishing grounds and duck hunting. It could be argued that Venice, Louisiana is one of the best fishing destinations in the world. Delacroix is just as good as Venice because of the Big Mar River Diversion which makes Delacroix habitat very similar to Venice.
The difference is that Delacroix has more land, is much safer, the fishing grounds are much closer and it is only 28 miles from New Orleans! This makes Delacroix the closest place to New Orleans for some of the best inshore fishing in the world.
Delacroix Louisiana Lodging
$200 per night up to 6 Guests
1 bedroom with 2 sets twin over full bunks
Queen size Sofa Sleeper
Galley Kitchen with ourdoor cooking equipment available
CABLE and WiFi in each unit
Our chef will prepare meals upon request for $50.00 a head per day for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
All Inclusive Packages (4 person minimum. All rates are per person. Please notify Sweetwater with any diet restrictions.)
Gold Package: $275.00 per person
Meals-Breakfast: Eggs, bacon or sausage, toast, coffee, juice, milk.
Lunch (packed to go): 2 sandwiches, 1 snack, drinks and water.
Dinner: 1 entrée and dessert.
Full day charter and 1 night lodging.
Sweetwater is located at a prime spot in Delacroix at the intersection of Bayou Gentilly and bayou Terre Au Boeff which is in fact the bayou that you take down to the Breton Sound fishing grounds. With Sweetwater’s launch having a closer less dangerous route to the Breton Sound means simply more business for us with the closing of the MRGO.
Sweetwater Guide Service and Marina
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For more information on fishing trips contact: 504-342-2368 or 504-453-8382 Jack
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