From Sublime to Ridiculous

From Sublime to Ridiculous

From Sublime to Ridiculous

Warm summer days fishing the lazy bayous of Louisiana for redfish and trout. Their numbers are staggering. All photos by Dean Travis Clarke
From Sublime to Ridiculous

From Sublime to Ridiculous

Hit a red on the head with a jig here and rather than spook, it turns around to search for what woke it up!
From Sublime to Ridiculous

From Sublime to Ridiculous

Native Acadian and famous LSU and Saints football player Nicky Savoie knows these waters like the back of his massive hands.
From Sublime to Ridiculous

From Sublime to Ridiculous

Chef Brandon McGlamery of Luma on Park shows off his very first red drum on fly.
From Sublime to Ridiculous

From Sublime to Ridiculous

After we finished taping, even SFTV cameraman J.J. Slater got a chance to try his luck.
From Sublime to Ridiculous

From Sublime to Ridiculous

No explanation needed. One of hundreds of success stories we enjoyed while fishing Cajun-style.
From Sublime to Ridiculous

From Sublime to Ridiculous

A collection of reds and trout awaiting the Louisiana fisheries biologist to remove all the otoliths (ear bones) for research purposes.
From Sublime to Ridiculous

From Sublime to Ridiculous

After a full day of fishing, this appetizer awaited us before some of the world's best cuisine - Cajun!
From Sublime to Ridiculous

From Sublime to Ridiculous

Sunrise on Mosquito Lagoon in the second week of January.
From Sublime to Ridiculous

From Sublime to Ridiculous

Fisherman are addicts. They'll fish anytime, anywhere. They live to see this sight.
From Sublime to Ridiculous

From Sublime to Ridiculous

Temperature: 24 degrees. Wind: northeast at 25 knots. I feel like the Michelin Man in my seven layers of clothes!
From Sublime to Ridiculous

From Sublime to Ridiculous

From Sublime to Ridiculous

From Sublime to Ridiculous

In addition to slot-size redfish, we're targeting this and hoping for some gators!
From Sublime to Ridiculous

From Sublime to Ridiculous

By afternoon on our last frigid day in less-than-balmy Florida, SFTV cameraman Dee Gele says, "Please! Let that be a wrap!"