Fishing in Jefferson Parish
Please note, marinas, fishing piers and beaches on Grand Isle are closing to help encourage people to stay home to slow the spread of the COVID-19.
Fishing, just like in many Louisiana coastal communities, is a 365-day adventure in Jefferson Parish and with our liberal limits there will be plenty for you to bring home. Each season brings about new challenges for anglers. Whether saltwater or fresh — Jefferson has the perfect "fishing hole" for you. Winter is the perfect season for catching freshwater crappies or sac-au-lait, and you may even catch the bass spawning. Spring delivers the cats, flathead and blues, while the summer heat brings on the redfish and tarpon. Autumn brings large mouth bass teeming in our marshes and rivers. Don't have a boat or a reel? No problem! Hire one of our experienced Charter Boat Captains to take you on the trip of a lifetime!
Reel in Dinner
After a day on the water, you can have your fresh catch prepared and served to you by a professional chef. The Louisiana Catch & Cook program brings together recreational fishing and the restaurant industry. Let a chef prepare your catch-of-the-day to perfection. It doesn't get any fresher than that! Contact Acme Oyster House and Restaurant des Familles for more info.
Peaks in Season
January - March
April - June
July - September
October - December
Begin your fishing experience by deciding just how big of an adventure you want to have. Freshwater is home to Bass, Catfish, Crappies and Crawfish too! Saltwater varieties include Drum, Grouper and Snapper. You'll also catch your share of breath taking nature scenes!
Whether in shallow waters or deep sea, everyone aged 16 or older MUST be a license holder. Also, please be aware of size and creel limits.