Best Fishing Charter Near Chalmette

Hook & Reel Charters Serving Chalmette

Catch that big one while not worrying about navigating the Delacroix waters. As the premier fishing charter in Chalmette,Hook & Reel lets you focus on the fun while we take care of the logistics. Whether you’re a newbie just learning how to fish or you’re an experienced fisherman, you can benefit from a charter boat.

Make It a Party

We provide our boat for five or six hours on an all-day fishing trip. Make it a family outing or a work event. We can arrange for a large boat or multiple boats for bigger gatherings. During hunting season, you’ll enjoy looking for ducks on the marches as you take in the beauty of the local settings.

What You Get

You’ll go out on the water on a 24-foot Skeeter boat. Powering this boat is a 300 horsepower Yamaha engine, which comes with dual power poles for more efficient fishing. Equipped with safety equipment, our boat provides the confidence for guests who aren’t familiar with the area.

We also provide the tackle and bait appropriate to the type of fishing you’ll be doing as well as ice in chests to store your catches. Our team even cleans the fish for you, which is ideal for the beginner or those who want to catch as many fish as they possibly can.

Choose from multiple packages:

Full-day fishing charters

Full-day duck hunting

Cast and Blast which includes both duck hunting and fishing

Out on the water, you’ll find a variety of fish, including bass, flounder, speckled trout, redfish and black drum. Give us a call to book a charter for your next adventure.

For the best in rod and reel inshore fishing, check out Hook & Reel Fishing Charter. Located in St. Bernard Parish on Delacroix Island, Hook & Reel will help you catch that elusive Big Catch to show off to your friends or enjoy a quiet afternoon no matter if you’re an experienced veteran or it is your first time. Find out more about Hook & Reel Fishing Charter, the premier Delacroix fishing charter, or book a charter online or by calling 504-481-0248.

Sights in Chalmette

Chalmette is a small community of around 17,000 residents which lies east of downtown New Orleans. Named for a plantation owner, the Battle of New Orleans was fought at that plantation, which was totally destroyed during the battle. This area is rich in history with numerous sites to retell the story to visitors and current residents.

Battle of New Orleans battlefield – The battlefield has been preserved as a national monument and features a visitor center with the Chalmette National Cemetery located nearby. The site is also part of the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve.

Malus-Beauregard House – Another Greek Revival plantation house, which is located next to the battlefield, this home was built in 1830 and is open for public visitors.

Café Roma – A staple of Chalmette for more than 15 years, this Italian eatery offers breakfast and lunch with pizza and pasta as well as sandwiches, wraps and salads and is open seven days a week.

San Bernardino Scenic Byway – Travel the 25 miles of this historic byway, which tells a history that spans 200 years with fishing villages, historic sites and beautiful scenery as well as unique cultures that live in the heart of Louisiana.

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