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An Afternoon Fishing Shell Beach
Afternoon Slaying Reds in Shell Beach, LA. June 2016.
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An Afternoon Fishing Shell Beach

Bank Fishing Louisiana New Orleans, St Bernard Parish, Shell Beach, Reggio, Delacroix Island
Fishing November 21 2018 Slim picked me up around six in the morning and we headed out to the parish, Saint Bernard. First stop Campo’s marina shell beach Louisiana, for live shrimp to use as bait. We fished at the Katrina Monument for about an hour with no luck so we packed up and headed out the Hopedale highway. Out in Hopedale the bite was slow as well, but I caught two fish. After about ninety minutes, we packed up and moved on to Reggio. Reggio was not fruitful, so we moved to to what we thought would be the final destination for the day, the Delacroix Island fishing complex. As soon as Slim dropped a live shrimp on his carolina rig, he hooked up a nice blue catfish. After the catfish the bite fell off, nothing for 2 hours. We were going to call it day but Slim suggested be go to Bayou ST John back in New Orleans to try and catch some mullet. I never caught a mullet before so I said “ok let’s go.” It was a great day in south Louisiana. I’d like to encourage y’all to get out and do something. Put down your phones and talk to each other. Just go do something, anything. #fishing #louisiana #neworleans
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Bank Fishing Louisiana New Orleans, St Bernard Parish, Shell Beach, Reggio, Delacroix Island

Fishing Shell Beach: Reds, Specs, and Sheepshead
First trip out to Shell Beach. Fished with live shrimp and the Vudu Shrimp 18 inches under a popping cork. Had the most fun with the Vudu Shrimp.
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Fishing Shell Beach: Reds, Specs, and Sheepshead

WA (Shell)fish Quest EP 14: Manila Clam
Easter 2013. Manila Clamming in Oakland Bay, Shelton, Washington. Eating shellfish contaminated with marine biotoxin can kill you! Cooking or freezing does NOT destroy the biotoxins in shellfish. Important safety information below. Know before you dig!: Recreational shellfish open beaches/closed beaches clickable maps: www.doh.wa.gov/shellfishsafety.htm Recreational shellfish beach marine biotoxin closures table: http://ww4.doh.wa.gov/gis/mogifs/biotoxin.htm WA Marine Biotoxin hotline: 1-800-562-5632 WA Fish and Wildlife shellfish seasons & regulations by beach: http://www.wdfw.wa.gov/fishing/shellfish/beaches/ Alright enough with the safety info... Here's cooking info: PREVERSING: Don't keep the clams in water, fresh or salt. They can deplete their oxygen and suffocate. Your clams need to be live when you cook them. A lot of people use a damp cloth to keep clams fresh in the fridge. I personally like to keep my clams in a bowl with a baggie of ice (cubes or a block) on top of them in the fridge. I harvested the manila clams on a Sunday and didn't eat them until Wednesday, and they were in great shape. Just be sure to switch out the baggie daily to keep the ice fresh. PURGING: Manila clams are filter feeders, as such, they are full of silt. Eating a manila clam without purging it will give you a gross mouth full of sand. Some folks use a saltwater purge—I like to use a freshwater purge. First, rinse the clams in a strainer. Then put them into a large bowl of freshwater. A couple tablespoons of cornmeal or salt and pepper will have them barfing up their grit in no time... well, I'd give it 90 minutes. You'll need to cook them right after, as the freshwater would eventually do them in. COOKING: There's a lot of recipes out there, so I would encourage exploring to find one that you like. The great thing about manila clam recipes is they tend to be very simple. Here's my personal favorite way to prepare "steamer" clams: 1) Rinse the clams in a strainer, again, to get rid of the small amount of grit they barfed up. 2) Get a pot either with a colander in it, or put a metal colander in a pot. 3) Put about an inch of white wine in the bottom of the pot (make sure it does rise to the colander). 4) Put a lid on the pot (preferably a clear one). 5) Get the wine simmering and steaming. 6) Put as many clams that can fit in the colander without overlapping each other as possible (it might take two loads to get 'em all). 7) Put the lid back on and steam them until they start to open up (approximately 7-8 minutes). 8) While the clams are steaming, make a garlic sauce by melting some minced garlic in the microwave with about a quarter stick of butter. 9) Discard any clams that do not open—DO NOT eat clams that didn't pop open. 10) Put the clams (still in their shells) on a plate, drizzle the garlic butter sauce on the meat of the clams, then drizzle whatever white wine remains from the pot onto the clams as well! Then suck 'em out of the shells! It's awesome!
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WA (Shell)fish Quest EP 14: Manila Clam

Bank Fishing Shell Beach, Stingray and a Birds Nest
Fishing Shell Beach in early spring after a week of rain.
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Bank Fishing Shell Beach, Stingray and a Birds Nest

Speckled Trout Hot Spots for Shell Beach & Hopedale
Long runs aren't needed for a box of tasty specks
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Speckled Trout Hot Spots for Shell Beach & Hopedale

How to Catch a Sea beast - Surf Fishing PINS
PINS = Padre island national seashore One of my favorite things to do is to get out early in the surf to catch some ladyfish or small jacks on lures to use for cut bait and then throw it out as far as possible in hopes of some big game. Music by Vexento - https://www.youtube.com/user/Vexento/videos?nohtml5=False
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How to Catch a Sea beast - Surf Fishing PINS

Searching for SHELLS in the BAHAMAS
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Searching for SHELLS in the BAHAMAS

Kayak Fishing Shell Beach Rocks
Originally this was a trip to Reggio but once we got there the water was almost stagnant. There were very few signs of life I did have one fish make a half hearted swipe at my lure at reggio. We decided to leave and launch up at shell beach near Campos marina. We crossed the Mrgo and I caught a fish almost as soon as I got to the rocks. Hanging outside the rocks I was able to pick up a couple reds and a couple drum before moving inside to sight fish for reds.
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Kayak Fishing Shell Beach Rocks

Shell Beach Fishing 9/6/16
Shell Beach Fishing 9/6/16 Dead Fresh Shrimp under a popping cork all day. Redfish, Speckled Trout, Catfish
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Shell Beach Fishing 9/6/16

Shell Beach Fishing July 2016
Redfish, speckled trout, black drum, lady fish, jack crevalle, croakers, and plenty of pinfish. All on dead shrimp under a popping cork. Great day on the water
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Shell Beach Fishing July 2016

Shell Beach, CA, Ling and a Cab, April 3rd, 2013
Well, it was one of those extremely rare days when the water at Shell Beach is clear. I grabbed a couple of buddies and headed to a spot that has gotten minimal attention from me over the years. I did not really shoot anything, but Nathan got a bunch of rockfish and a 7 pound cabezon. Cameron took his first lingcod, which was a whopping 32inches and 12 pounds.
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Shell Beach, CA, Ling and a Cab, April 3rd, 2013

Shell Beach
sizzle reel, television show presentation, docu-drama, pitch reel
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Shell Beach

Fishing at Shell Beach

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Fishing at Shell Beach

Surf Perch Fishing at Pismo Beach plus Cooking my fish
Took the family out for fishing at Pismo Beach on President Day's Weekend. Busy Busy weekend!!! But we manage to catch a few surfperch and cook them up.
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Surf Perch Fishing at Pismo Beach plus Cooking my fish

Redfish, Shell Beach, Lake Borgne, Louisiana, Aweome!!!
This was a good day in early August just after a full moon. We fished the high tide with good results.
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Redfish, Shell Beach, Lake Borgne, Louisiana, Aweome!!!

fishing video shell beach 10 33 16 AM
catching trout in marsh
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fishing video shell beach 10 33 16 AM

Shell Beach Speckled Trout
I made a trip to Shell Beach in search of some Speckled trout or whatever was biting!
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Shell Beach Speckled Trout

Shell Beach Fishing Trip

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Shell Beach Fishing Trip

2016 fishing trip to 25mm at big shell
Fishin with the boys
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2016 fishing trip to 25mm at big shell

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