Crappie Fishing Charters


Crappie Fishing Trips on Toledo Bend!

Your crappie fishing trip (sac a lait fishing trip) on Toledo Bend will start off early in the morning or you can schedule a mid afternoon fishing charter. We provide all ACC Crappie Stix rods, Lew’s Reels, tackle, life jackets, and shiners for your crappie fishing charter (sac a lait fishing charter) will consist of vertical fishing over brush piles on Toledo Bend. We will fish multiple piles throughout the day on Toledo Bend. Upon arriving back, you can sit back and relax while your crappie (sac a lait) are being cleaned.

Experience the ultimate crappie fishing charter, or as we say down here, sac a lait, on Toledo Bend! Our crappie fishing charters are your invitation to a day of fishing excitement and memory making, aimed at catcing those sought-after crappies that thrive in these Louisiana waters. Guided by skilled experts who know the nuances of the lake, our crappie fishing charters, also known as sac a lait. offer a chance for anglers of all levels to partake in the art of reeling in these elusive beauties. Imagine the anticipation as you cast your line, the thrill of feeling a crappie, bite, and the satisfaction of bringing it aboard the pontoon. Whether you're a seasoned angler or new to the world of fishing, our crappie fishing charters provide an unforgettable adventure, complete with scenic views, expert advice, and the opportunity to forge unforgettable memories. So, join Martin's Guide Service on Toledo Bend for crappie fishing charters that promise not just a great catch, but a great time!

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Schedule Your Crappie Fishing Charters Charter

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Have Fun!

Crappie Fishing Charters

8 hours

$450 for two guests
$500 for three guests; $600 for four guests; $700 for five guests; $800 for six guests

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Crappie or Sac a Lait?

So, check this out – crappie fish and sac a lait fish? Yeah, they're like cousins in the freshwater world, scientifically known as Pomoxis. But here's the scoop: what you call them depends on where you're casting your line. Down here in Louisiana, crappie go by "sac a lait," which sounds fancy but just means "sack of milk" in French. Maybe because their light color reminds folks of milk – who knows? Now, in other corners of the U.S. and the world, they're known as "crappie." It's a name that's got some American history to it, and its exact backstory is a bit of a mystery, but it's thought to have some roots in old English talk.