Southern Access Charters offers some of the best inshore fishing trips on the fascinating waters of Venice, Louisiana. Here, the Mississippi River spills out into the Gulf of Mexico, producing diverse and twisting bayous, ponds and rivers that are home to a large number of exciting fish species, and you’ll have the chance to explore it all.
Step aboard the 24’ Key West bay boat, built specifically to peruse these waters. Built in 2011, she’s a modern vessel and comes powered by a 250 HP Suzuki outboard motor to get you to the fishing grounds in no time. Featuring a GPS, fishfinder, VHF radio and radar, you’ll head to the most productive spots with ease. Once you get there, the wireless trolling motor will kick in, keeping you afloat in the skinniest of waters.
Up to 4 anglers are welcome to make yourselves comfortable aboard, taking advantage of the comfortable seating and the T-top that provides shade throughout the day. You’ll be handed the latest rods and reels along with plenty of lures, while you can also fish with live bait at an additional cost.
Try a range of methods as you look to attract the bite of a range of exciting and delicious fish. Try bottom fishing and jigging for the best results, as you target Red Snapper, Mangrove Snapper, Redfish, Speckled Trout, Black Drum, Flounder, Tripletail, and many more, on what promises to be a fun-filled trip to sea.
Everything you need for a productive day out awaits you on board. All you need to do is bring some drinks and snacks, and settle in for a thrilling fishing experience with Southern Access Charters. Come and discover the bays and bayous in true Louisiana style!
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Key West (Bay boat) originally built in 2011. Powered by a 250HP Suzuki engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 50 knots.
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When paying the remaining balance with a credit card, there is a 5% fee.
Venice Fishing Calendar
Jack Trudeau back again. Nice run of redfish with sheepshead for a meat haul. Mississippi River is up and have the fish piled up at the gulfs edge. It only gets better leading up to spring time. Read Full Report →
Loaded up on redfish and sheepshead all week this month January. Mickey from Kentucky pulled in his biggest redfish on this trip and we caught it on video. Read Full Report →