Louisiana Trophy Redfish

Sporting Classics Magazine has described the waters outside of Venice, Louisiana as “the number one fishing destination in the Gulf of Mexico.” And we believe there’s no better way to complement the natural wonders of this region than by partnering with the top boats and captains in the region.  A great location paired with great people makes for the best fishing the Gulf of Mexico and Mississippi River Delta marshes have to offer.

Redfish Fishing

During the late winter and early spring, the hard push of water leaving the Mississippi Alluvial Valley creates high water conditions pushing anglers deeper back into the marshes. Moving into summer months, the bigger fish concentrate along the jetties on the main river channels and at the mouth of the Mississippi.

During the late summer and fall one of the most popular techniques is targeting feeding “slicks,” created by large concentrations of fish regurgitating bait fish which can be seen on the surface. This is also the time of the year for the biggest bull redfish.

When you book a trip with High Adventure Company, you will enjoy fishing from state-of-the-art center console bay boats or polling skiffs using flyrods or conventional tackle.

Redfish Season

As the Redfish Capital of the World, Venice, Louisiana gives anglers the opportunity to catch good numbers of redfish 12 months out of the year. The best months for trophy bull redfish on the fly are July through February, while the best speckled trout inshore fishing takes place in the months of March through December.


The area around Venice, Louisiana offers an array of accommodations from luxury condominiums and private houseboats to comfortable 3-star hotels, depending on the group’s size and preference. Meals range from Cajun fare and 5-star meals served in private condos or houseboats to bar food at the local marinas.*

Weather & Travel

Average temperatures range from the mid-50s to mid-60s from November through March to the 70s and 80s for the remainder of the year.  Monthly rainfall range from 4.7 inches to 14.2 inches, with February and March being the lightest and heaviest months, respectively.

If you are arriving by plane, you can expect an approximately 1-1/2 hour drive once renting a car at the New Orleans airport.


3 people per boat (conventional tackle): $1000 per boat

2 people per boat (fly fishing or conventional tackle): $850 per boat

Offshore: $2,800 per day for boat and captain, includes fuel

Fishing licenses, gratuities, and alcoholic beverages are not included.

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