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St. Bernard Fishing Charters

Saint Bernard, LA, United States

Endorsed by 260 people

St. Bernard Fishing Charters provides guided fishing trips out of Hopedale, Louisiana which is located in St. Bernard Parish. This parish, which borders New Orleans to the south, provides anglers with world class fishing for speckled trout, redfish, flounder, drum, and sheepshead. Located a half hour from the French Quarter, Hopedale allows easy access for fishing in Lake Borgne, the Biloxi Marsh, Delacroix, and Breton Sound. Fishing trips may be from 4 to 6 hours and typically start around sunrise. St. Bernard Fishing Charters caters to all skill levels including families with young children. Also, corporate trips are welcome and transportation can be arranged.


4601 Hopedale Hwy, Saint Bernard, LA, United States
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Trips & Rates

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4 To 6 Hours

Flats Boat / 4 Hours / Conventional Gear
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  • 1-2 People $550.00
  • 3 People $650.00
  • 4 People $750.00
  • 5 People $850.00
  • 6 People $950.00

Policies & Additional Info

Services and equipment provided in the cost of your charter

Top of the line Penn and Shimano fishing reels and rods

Ice chests for both refreshments and your catch while on the water

Fuel and oil

Bait (usually live shrimp)

Pictures can be sent to your email

Fish cleaning

For a small fee and with prior arrangement, food and drink may be provided

Ask for details to have your catch cooked at one of several local restaurants

What to Bring

Food and drinks



Bug repellant


Rain Gear

Fishing License ($10 for charter passenger license or regular La. Saltwater license)


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I had another great trip with Nick and his friends from Mississippi!  We flipped a coin before we left to determine if we would go for trout or reds. It was heads for trout!  We limited out by 10:00 then spent the rest of the day topping off the 150 quart ice chest to maximum capacity with sheepshead and a nice slot red. The fishing is off the charts now and we have put 500 trout on the dock in the last 5 days. Get in on the action!  
Capt. Ed Williams (504) 913-0394
The fall trout bite is in full swing!  I had Dr David and Mr Art today. Usually we take Arts boat but today they hoped on mine. We caught trout at every stop!  We caught our limit easily. This is the time of the year when the weather is pleasant and the fish are hungry. Call Capt. Ed Williams (504) 913-0394
I had the pleasure of taking out a crew of Louisana natives who sure knew how to fish today. They wanted a mixed box so we headed into the Biloxi Marsh. We ended up with some beautiful reds, drum, 50 specs and a big ole head!  It was really fun fishing with some good ole boys who knew how to catch!  Call me if your a pro if if it’s your first time. We will get you going!!!
 Capt. Ed Williams (504) 913-0394
They is no better way to spend time with your buddies durning a New Orleans bachelor party than to take a charter fishing trip!  These guys definitely thought so!  We had wind up to 25 knots but were able to find a couple. Thanks to Capt Eric for calling me on his bite.  Call Capt. Ed Williams (504) 913-0394 to have a great day of fishing durning tori trip to New Orleans.
Day 2 with the Georgia gang!  We went 20 miles in the opposite direction and the redfish were much larger!  It was blowing 25 knots and the guys actually asked if it was even worth going out in the morning. I told them that we would catch fish but it would take a little work and patience. That was the case but patience paid off as we took some really beautiful reds!  Call Capt. Ed Williams (504) 913-0394
Day one week with a fun crew from Georgia!  Great mixed bag with redfish, trout, and drum.   We had to work hard while trying to avoid the storms around us. Call Capt. Ed Williams (504) 913-0394
Awesome day fishing yesterday!  I had two couples that were down at Bluegreen Club La Pension. I picked them up at 5:30 in the Yukon and learned they were from St Louis and normally fished in the keys. Unfortunately their previous plans were changed due to Hurricane Irma. I told them we would have a great day of fishing as a high storm tide usually turns the fish on. We limited out on redfish and caught a bunch of trout, sheepshead, and drum by 11:00. 
It looks like the only thing Hurricane Nate did was turn the fishing on. Here in Shell Beach we were lucky!!!  Call now as November is filling up quickly. Capt. Ed Williams (504) 913-0394
Another successful trip with a mixed bag!  
Capt. Ed Williams (504) 913-0394
75 trout before 8:00!
Call Capt. Ed Williams (504) 913-0394


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