Louisiana Kayak Fishing
Inshore Kayak Fishing Charter
This New Orleans fishing tour provides the perfect opportunity to take in the best inshore kayak fishing in Louisiana. You head to the marshlands of the Louisiana coast, where you can sight cast redfish. We provide fishing gear and full instruction for beginners, but we also welcome anglers of all fishing levels.
Journey into the expansive marshlands of southeast Louisiana to sight cast hungry redfish. Louisiana is one of the best places in the country to sight cast redfish congregated in big numbers feeding in our productive marshlands. On our New Orleans fishing tours, we provide kayaks and fishing gear as well as instruction on casting, bait presentation, and locating fish.
What is Provided On Your Kayak Fishing Charter
- High-quality fishing kayak
- Life vest, paddle, and all safety equipment
- Rods and reels
- Lures and tackle
- Fishing Guide
What is Not Provided On Your Kayak Fishing Charter
- Fishing License
- Hats or sunglasses
- Food while on the water
|Following your purchase, we’ll send you a confirmation with additional details, directions, and arrangements.
|Please arrive promptly 15-30 minutes before your adventure.
|Invoice must be paid in full for the tour date to be reserved. Wild Louisiana Tours LLC offers a 100% refund for tour cancellation due to inclement weather e.g. weather considered hazardous to tour member’s safety. This includes lighting storms, unsafe water conditions, wildfires, etc. Tours still operate in rain as long as the safety of clients is not jeopardized.
|Louisiana Kayak Fishing
This adventure is operated by Wild Louisiana Tours
Where do I leave my vehicle when I drive myself?
If you drive yourself to the tour location you can leave your car at our store at 118 Gary Road, Laplace, LA. You can also follow us to our launch location down the road if you prefer.
What should I wear/bring on the tour?
We recommend that everyone wear clothes that they don’t mind getting a little wet. Pants and shirts that are quick-drying help to make your experience more enjoyable. Hats, sunglasses, and sunscreen are recommended to protect you from the sun. We have drinks, snacks, dry bags, and other items available for purchase at our store on 118 Gary Road, Laplace, LA where we will be meeting for the tour.
What about bugs?
Generally, mosquitos, flies, and other biting bugs are not very bad while on the water. If you have your own bug spray or would like to buy some to bring with you that is perfectly fine.
How far away are your tours/where are directions?
If you will be driving yourself to the tour we provide you with turn-by-turn directions to our meeting locations. Once you book your tours you will receive an email receipt where detailed directions to tour locations will be included. All of our tours are a 30 – 40 min drive from downtown New Orleans. Our store and meeting location is at 118 Gary Road, Laplace, LA.
Can I drink alcoholic beverages on the tour?
For insurance purposes, we are not allowed to start a tour with someone who appears to be intoxicated.
What if it rains?
Our tours still operate in the rain as long as our guests’ safety is not compromised by inclement weather e.g. weather considered hazardous to tour member’s safety. This includes lighting storms, unsafe water conditions, wildfires, etc. A little rain in the swamp can actually be quite refreshing after a long paddle.
What time will I be picked up?
9:00 AM is the pickup time for our 10:15 AM tour.
11:45 AM is the pickup time for our 1:00 PM tour.
Both times pick up at 732 N Rampart St, New Orleans, LA
Is kayaking with alligators safe?
The short answer is yes! Alligators are a much calmer version than their cousins the crocodile. Generally, alligators have a docile nature. Because they are cold-blooded they spend most of the day either cooling off in the water or sunbathing on the bank. Most of their feeding and activity is done at night. Many boat tours in New Orleans feed alligators to ensure guests will be able to see them every day. When alligators are not fed by humans they have a natural fear of humans, as we have hunted them for centuries. It is illegal to feed alligators in the nature preserve that we kayak in, so the alligators you see on our trips will not approach your kayak and have no interest in you at all. Many times we will take pictures of them from a safe distance and it adds to the wildlife experience of the tour!