July 02 2020

No Boat, No Problem

Shorline Fishing in Terrebonne Parish

Located just 55 miles southwest of New Orleans, Terrebonne Parish is a top destination for world class fishing. Nationally know as “Sportsman’s Paradise,” Louisiana’s Bayou Country is a fishing mecca offering loads of opportunities to score a nice catch from land. Canals and bayous along local highways are plentiful and filled with saltwater, brackish, and freshwater species.

So, if you do not have a boat or just want the option to leave it at home then Terrebonne parish has just the right spot for you!

Here are some prime local spots to remember. You may want to bring a pair of white boots for marshy areas.


Freshwater Fishing along Hwy 182

Along Hwy 665
Pointe-aux-Chenes Marina at the end of Hwy 665

Along Hwy 55

Bayou Dularge Road
Falgout Canal, and along Falgout Canal Road
Dulac Pontoon Bridge
Lower Shrimper’s Row near the pumping station bridge.
Near the Dulac Swing Bridge on Hwy 57

Bayou Sale’ Road / Hwy 57
Boudreaux and Robinson canals along LA 56

Boat Ready, check out one of our many marinas or public boat launches.

Charter a boat. Let one of our local professional guides take you out for the adventure of a lifetime.

Visit lasaltwater.com for local guides in Terrebonne parish.

Interested in kayak fishing. Checkout PAC Kayak Rental in for some world class fishing.

For more information we are ready to help. Call the Houma visitor’s center at 800-868-2732 for more information.