July 2014 Fishing Report
June 2014 Fishing Report
A Kid and His Fish
April 2014 Fishing Report
Basin Report: New Orleans East
Bill Dance Endorses LCBA & Louisiana Charter Fishing
Bull Reds Island
Crazy Redfish School
Lady's First Redfish
LCBA Promotes and fight for you!
LCBA's Ben Weber on Louisiana Sportsman TV
May 2014 Fishing Report
Back has a dark metallic blue color while the lower sides and underbelly are white. Bigeye tunas do indeed have larger eyes than other species of tuna.
Found throughout the Gulf in the open ocean. While they have been known to come closer to the surface, bigeye tuna tend to stay deeper than most other tuna species, up to 1,000 feet.
Finding bigerye tuna is the hard part, as unlike other tuna, they rarely show themselves at the surface, especially during the day. Trolling where they tend to swim with marlin-tpe lure may be your best hope to get them while they’re down deep. Midnight Lump near the Mississippi canyon is a prime fishing location for bigeye tuna.