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Fishing Reports by Capt. Damon McKnight


2001-05-01
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - The offshore fishing in Venice, La. is Red Hot. The Lump season in Venice, La. has now ended. It was definately one of the best years we have ever had. We were averaging at least six tuna per day along with a few amberjack and wahoo. But, the o more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2001-04-06
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - The Midnight Lump! The Midnight Lump is just as hot as ever. We have been fishing the same spot since the beginning of February. The tuna action has been unbelievable this year along with Wahoo and Amberjack. We are very lucky to have this kind more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2001-03-28
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Tuna, Tuna, Tuna!!! I have not been able to post any reports for the past month because of computer problems, so I have a lot to talk about today. For the past couple of months we have been fishing a sacket bank or lump off the coast of Louisiana more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2001-01-29
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - One-hundred pound Yellowfin Tuna Day. The weather down in South Louisiana is starting to shape up. The fronts have slowed down and we have been able to get offshore. This time of year we fish the midnight lumps which is a big producer of yellowf more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2001-01-22
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - What! Another Amberjack! Yesterday, we had a break in the unbelievably windy weather that we've been having in Louisiana and made it offshore. Our destination was back to the world famous midnight lump. Our goal was to catch Wahoo and Tuna. We d more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2001-01-06
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Chumming on the Midnight Lump. Well, the weather down here in Louisiana has finally given us a break and let us get offshore. This time of year and through the month of April we chum for Tuna and Wahoo at the Midnight Lump. The Lump is basically j more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2000-12-14
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Fishing on the Midnight Lump! It has been a while since our last report but we haven't had very favorable fishing conditions for a couple of weeks. This time of year we fish the world famous Midnight Lump. Fishing on the Midnight Lump out of more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2000-11-12
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - Awesome Tuna Fishing In Louisiana! We took a charter out yesterday to find those monster Yellowfin Tuna. With the last cold front that we had last week we figured that the bite would definately be on. We fished in open water looking for schools more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2000-11-06
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - What Offshore Fishing For Yellowfin Tuna Is Like In Louisiana. The offshore fishing in Louisiana has been awesome the past week. We had a group of guys in from Beaumont, Texas the last couple of days that wanted to catch some big Yellowfin Tuna. more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice


2000-11-01
12:00 AM

Louisiana - Venice & the Gulf of Mexico - The fishing out of Venice, LA has been unbelievable. We have been out fishing the past three days so I have some incredible fishing reports to give. On Monday morning we took out Larry Abbot and friends to do some yellowfin tuna fishing. We heade more...
Capt. Damon McKnight - Venice

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