Captain Ryan Lambert
We are Louisiana's #1 fishing and hunting destination. We are Voted by Sport Fishing Magazine as one of the top 5 fishing lodges in North America, and by ESPN Outdoors as one of top fishing lodges in the United States.
We have incredible year-round fishing for redfish and speckled trout, as well as excellent duck hunting throughout the vast lower Mississippi River delta system.
Cajun Fishing Adventures provides expert guided fishing trips in one of the top-5 fisheries worldwide, along with extremely comfortable and clean Lodge accommodations (3 star equivalent), and some of the finest food in the Louisiana Delta.Cajun Fishing Adventures customers enjoy fishing on 22-24 foot bay boats, and shallow-water poling skiffs for fly-fishing, supplied with the proper light tackle to catch Redfish, Speckled Trout, Flounder, Black Drum and Sheepshead while on the water.
We supply all of the "creature comforts" once back at the Lodge, like 2 swimming pools, hot tub, multiple lounging decks to relax and enjoy your afternoon & evenings. Additionally the Lodge has wireless internet available, comfortable couches to sit back and enjoy satellite HDTV on big screens, or play some billiards.Cajun Fishing Adventures annual client base measures over 6,000. The diversity of this number is very unique,...corporate groups, non-work groups, family and friends/reunion trips, just to name a few. Our customer retention numbers are very close to 100%.
Unlike many "camps", we offer "Lodge" comfort and amenities.
Our expert guides have a "we", not a "me" mentality, networking with each other to maximize the fishing day for all of the CFA boats on the water each day.
Captain Ryan Lambert is an LCBA captain and charters inshore
for Cajun Fishing Adventures
To schedule your charter fishing trip
, call the office at 985-785-9833
Or use the email form
below and Capt. Ryan will contact you. Still no luck?
Try Ryan on his cell phone at 504-559-5111
Or, visit captain online at http://www.cajunfishingadventures.com
Capt. Ryan charters out of the following Marinas:
None at this time.