Kayak Fishing

Choupique Bayou

Choupique Bayou is a tributary of Calcasieu Lake, which flows into the NW end, or used to, prior to being cut off by the Ship Channel and Intracoastal Waterway. The Bayou meanders around a good bit, and has lots of marsh access for kayak fishing for reds and flounder. The launch is basically in the middle of the fishable area, and you can go west(upstream) or SE(downstream). Click here for map & photos! 

Cypremort Point State Park

Cypremort Point is can be a wonderful fishery during certain times of the year.  This area offers classic open water Speckled Trout fishing that can be spectacular under the right conditions.  In addition, there is some very good marsh fishing for flounder and redfish.
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Fred’s Launch

Fred’s is a biker bar honky-tonk just a few miles South of Lake Charles, just past the Intracoastal Waterway.   Trout, Reds and Flounder can be caught all around here.
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Hebert’s Landing

Hebert’s Landing is the jumping off point for some of the best open water trout fishing in the state.  Home to many trophy (5-9lb) trout, this area boast massive amounts of fish holding reef, lots of bait and good protection from winds that have an easterly component to them.
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Pointe Aux Chenes

Known by many as the most fabulous red fishing spot on the Louisiana coast, Pointe Aux Chenes is located south of Houma off Hwy 665. The area is accented by the fishing community of Pointe Aux Chenes as well as many camps. This area offers prototypical Louisiana marsh fishing. The protected nature of the marsh combined with the abundant grass in the area keeps the water very clean under most conditions.
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West Cove

West Cove is a great place to fish year round but can be especially good for big trout in May/June.  West Cove has lots of options for fishing redfish, trout, flounder and croaker.  Many flounder may be caught in the West Cove Canal itself all along the banks and points.   There are some marsh opportunities off of this canal.
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