What is the crappie (sac a lait) fishing limit on Toledo Bend?

The crappie (sac a lait) limit is 25 a person.

Do I need a Louisiana or Texas license for a guided fishing charter?

Louisiana or Texas license is acceptable. You don’t need both for a fishing charter with Martin's Guide Service

Can we bring alcohol on the boat while on the fishing charter?

Yes, alcohol is allowed. Please drink responsible during your fishing charter.

What is a fishing charter?

A service offered by boat owners and professional fishers that brings guests out onto a body of water for a set period in hopes of catching fish. In this case, crappie, white bass, and largemouth bass!

What is a crappie fish?

Crappies are two species of North American freshwater fish. Crappies are deep-bodied fishes that are popular to eat and are prized by sport fishermen. They are native to the eastern United States but have been introduced elsewhere, such as Louisiana, where they adopted the “sac a lait” name!

What is the difference between crappie and sac a lait?

They’re the same fish! Sac a lait (Sack of Milk) is the Cajun French name for Crappie.

What is a white bass?

The white bass is a freshwater fish. Commonly around 12-15 inches long. White bass range in color from a silvery white to a pale green. Their backs are mostly black, while their sides and belly are pale with stripes running along them. They have large, rough scales and two dorsal fins. The one near the tail appears to have spines and is much harder than the other, which sits near the head.

What is a largemouth bass?

The largemouth bass is an olive-green to greenish gray fish, marked by a series of dark, sometimes black, blotches forming a jagged horizontal stripe along each flank. The upper jaw of a largemouth bass extends beyond the rear margin of the orbit.