Hi, I'm Captain Chris Moran and I have fished the offshore and inshore waters of Louisiana my entire life. I truly enjoy charter fishing to the point that I don't know who is having more fun, the clients or me. No saltwater species is safe from Cajun Made Charters, whether it be Tuna, Marlin, Wahoo, Dorado, Shark, Cobia, Tarpon, Amberjack, Mangrove, Red Snapper, Trigger Fish, Grouper, Trout, Redfish or King Mackerel. Trips consist of Inshore, Live/Artificial Trout and Redfishing, Shallow and Deep Water Bottom Fishing, Blue Water, Kite Fishing, Overnight Tuna and Swordfish, Offshore Fly Fishing, and Big Game Trolling. Inshore Trips Consist of leaving out at 6 am and fishing for specks and reds, occasionally drum and sheepshead as well, arriving back at the dock for 3pm. Trips consist of live bait and artificial techniques. Live bait, ice, tackle, included. If you have a favorite rod by all means bring it. Food and drinks available upon request.
Colder months we usually fish Leeville and Golden Meadow marshes.
Warmer months we typically fish Barataria and Timbalier Bays, beaches, and the western Barrier Islands.
We run 24’ bay boats which hold 1-4 people.
We also offer 32’ & 34’ boats which carry up to six people. (April-October) Offshore Trips
Consist of leaving out at 6 am and arriving back at the dock between 4-6pm. These trips are the most commonly booked trips. We generally target bottom species, live bait mangrove fish and troll the rip when in season. Fish you can expect to catch on these trips include snapper, grouper, amberjack, wahoo, blackfin tuna, lemon fish and dolphin. On these trips we generally travel up to 60 miles out.
Suggest bringing foul weather gear you never know when a squall could pop up. Food and drinks available upon request. Can bring up to two 150 quart ice chest. Average fuel burn is 150-175 gallons. Bait, ice, tackle and fuel are included.
These trips are a lot of fun because you catch mixed bag of fish!
Food Packages provided upon request.
Extended Day Bluewater trips
Extended day bluewater trips consist of leaving out at 5 am catching live bait and heading to Green Canyon. Once in the canyon we live bait, sight cast and artificial troll the semi-submersibles (floaters), grass lines and beds, and platforms for tuna, marlin, dolphin, and wahoo. Generally we arrive back at the dock between 4:30 and 6:30pm depending on the bite. Slower bite days we arrive at the dock later. Most trips we allow for a couple bottom stops on the way in.
On these trips we travel anywhere from 65-90 miles out.
Suggest customers bring foul weather and a change of clothes, summer storms can get cold believe it or not.
Suggest customers to bring plenty of food and drinks. Up to two 150 quarts max. We can provide food and drinks upon request.
These trips are a lot of fun. We cover a lot of ground in a day!
Overnight canyon trips are the most extreme offshore trips you can do. We head out around noon and return between 8-10 am the next morning. We bottom fish, live bait and artificial troll, sight cast top water, and chunk for tuna. The catches typically average 750-1,000 pounds. We usually make a few bottom stops for amberjacks, snapper, lemons, grouper, etc. on the way to the canyon. Artificial and live bait troll grass beds and floaters till dark. At night we sight cast top water, chunk and troll tuna. By daylight the box is usually full. In the canyon you can expect to catch tuna , marlin, dolphin and wahoo.
Suggest the customers bring some type of foul weather gear and a change of clothes, it gets damp and cool even in August.
Also suggest they bring plenty of food and drinks. Suggest two 150 quart boxes.
We can provide the food and drinks upon request. Moran's Marina 27900 Hwy 1 Golden Meadow, LA 70357 (985) 396-2728 email@example.com
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Grand Isle - Central
Fourchon, Grand Isle, Leeville
Rod & Reel
Bigeye Tuna, Black Drum, Blue Marlin, Bluefin Tuna, Cobia, Dorado (Dolphin Fish), Gag Grouper, Goliath Grouper, Gray Snapper (Mangrove Snapper), Greater Amberjack, King Mackerel, Red Drum (Redfish), Red Snapper, Sailfish, Sheepshead, Southern Flounder, Spanish Mackerel, Spotted Seatrout (Speckled Trout), Swordfish, Tarpon, Wahoo, White Marlin, Yellowfin Tuna
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