Lake Borgne is a lagoon of the Gulf of Mexico in southeastern Louisiana. Due to coastal erosion, it is no longer actually a lake, but rather an arm of the Gulf of Mexico. Its name comes from the French word borgne, which means "one-eyed."
Details: Red (redfish) Drum
Saw them tailing in less then an inch of water really amazing to see them while I was reeling them
Details: Black Drum
Fought this big ugly on light tackle. Reel broke, let the fish run while I fixed it. Got back to fighting this guy and then my rod broke!! Still landed though. Nice ...more battle
is a brackish estuary located in southeastern Louisiana in the United States. It covers an area of 630 square miles (1,600 km2) with an average depth of 12 to 14 feet (3.7 to 4.3 m). Some shipping cha...
The Louisiana Delta consists of shallow bayous, flooded marsh, canals, bays, and ponds where the Mississippi River enters the Gulf of Mexico. It includes the area south of New Orleans to the Gulf of ...
The Mississippi Sound is a part of the Gulf of Mexico close to the counties of Harrison and Jackson in Mississippi.
The Bay of St. Louis is a bay on the Gulf of Mexico located in Hancock County, Mississippi.
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