1/2 Day Charter Fishing Trip for 4 People out of Destrehan just $199! (Happy Father’s Day to Somebody!)

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We took my son on a charter fishing trip for his 5th birthday.  I think we had more fun that he did.  If we weren’t on such a tight budget, we would have already gone again.

This is a great price for a trip. $50 per person as opposed to the $100 that we each paid.  If you are ready to be “Gone Fishin”, just click here to set up a Groupon account.  Once you’ve done that, or if you already have one, click here to find this deal!  Here are the details:

Bayou’s Edge’s charter fishing trips give customers a chance to catch fish and enjoy spectacular scenery in natural areas. Pack only sunscreen, a lunch, and a drink, as Bayou’s Edge provides all of the necessary gear as well as an ice-filled cooler for you to store your catches in. A staffer will pick fishing parties up from their lodgings and transport them to a remote marsh or swamp where they can take in breathtaking views of natural vegetation, migratory birds, otters, and mystical Darth Vader apparitions for three to four hours. Hop in a comfortable boat or freewheeling kayak and use the complimentary bait to catch redfish, speckled trout, and flounder. A hook-casting guru will mentor the group in the art of fly-fishing, along with the tricky bait-and-switch technique used by many successful pescatarian salesmen. At the end of the excursion, Bayou’s edge will clean and package catches before safely depositing fishers back at their hotels, homes, or subterranean supervillain labs.

The Fine Print

  • Expires Dec  4, 2011
  • Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. 48hr cancellation notice required. Must sign waiver. Subject to weather.
  • See the rules that apply to all deals.


  • 3- to 4-hour fishing trip
  • Free transportation & tackle
  • Free cleaning/packaging
  • Catch redfish, trout, & flounder
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