Pelagic Chaters-TUNA time!

Discussion in 'Offshore Fishing Reports' started by captain william wall, Sep 23, 2008.

  1. captain william wall

    captain william wall Site Sponsor

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    Glad to see more people recovering and fishing since the storms.Between these storms and politics it's enough to drive a man crazy! It looks like mother nature is going to play nice starting this weekend and it should be on. I had my Contender in the shop for a little tlc and picked her up yesterday and she is ready to roll. I have added another boat to the fleet and will be offering inshore trips in addition to offshore. The new bayboat is a 24ft Ranger bay with all the goodies you would want. I ran a trip this past saturday in Cocodrie to test the waters and the boat. Had keith lier and friends aboard and finished up with 40 trout plus redfish in four hours of fishing in the wind and muddy water. Cococdrie seemed fine and alot of work was going on.I will have the lyle group on thursday for a little venice redfishing, should be good despite the wind. I have this weekend open if anyone wants to kill some tuna. With the lack of pressure and abundance of bait the tuna fishing should be outstanding. I will be running my offshore and inshore trips out of venice marina due to lack of power and accomodations in Grand Isle.
    Captain William Wall
    Pelagic Chartersllc.com
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  2. rtran

    rtran Senior Member

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    How big is your contender? What price you charge?
     

  3. gmack

    gmack Senior Member

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    I'm sure Wil will reply, but he's got a really nice 33t contender with trip 250 4-strokes. Have seen him running out of Fourchon a lot this summer. Check out his website for prices: Pelagic Charters, LLC Home

    Gary