Despite the high temperatures, bass fishing has more than hit its stride across most of south Louisiana. And if you like lagniappe, then take to the marshes in eastern Orleans and Plaquemines parishes, and through the St. Bernard Parish marshes to take on largemouths and redfish.
You can pick your favorite lure, but make sure lures don’t foul on extensive grass beds. Spinnerbaits, jerkworms and hard-plastic jerkbaits, swimbaits and topwaters have drawn rave reviews from bass and keeper redfish in all three spots. The secret is to find grass and moving water — not a difficult proposition considering tides will be running hard for more of the rest of the month.
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