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    Mar 2012
    Apalachicola, Fl. and New Orleans, La

    Default Louisiana's October

    Southeastern Louisiana has been blessed this week with it's first significant Cold Front. Temps in the lower 60's overnight and not breaking 75 during the day, in turn cooling the water's of the surrounding Marsh. This cooling in water temps clears the marsh water from the summer warm temps algae bloom. The Algae bloom turns the water to a yellowish brown color making tough to sight fish. The cooling also invites the larger fish to relocate from their deeper cooler summer locations to the nutrient rich waters of the Marsh. The Marsh will be home to these Bull Redfish for the next 5 month's till winter looses it's grip and allows spring temps to warm the Marsh water's in turn pushing the monsters back to the deep and allowing the Algae bloom once more. It's officially Bull Redfish season in LA! Here are some pics from the other day. Enjoy!!

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