Louisiana Guided Fishing Trips | Peter’s Nets Fishing Adventures



Resident and nonresident recreational fishermen age 16 or older must have a Basic Fishing License and Saltwater License. Louisiana has many areas where you can catch fresh and saltwater species side by side. Instead of trying to determine exactly where the saltwater line is, the best practice is to purchase the additional saltwater license if you’re fishing anywhere in south Louisiana and plan to catch any saltwater species.

The following individuals are not required to have Basic or Saltwater Fishing licenses:
Residents and nonresidents under age 16 (i.e. age 15 and under)
Residents born before June 1, 1940, who have lived in Louisiana for 6 months.

Preferred License for non-licensed anglers – If you do not currently possess a valid Louisiana fishing license, you can also purchase a Charter Passenger License for $10. The license is valid to fish from a charter vessel in saltwater areas of the state, with a licensed guide on board at all times. This license is in lieu of basic and saltwater fishing licenses and is valid for 3 consecutive days. You must provide the charter guide’s license number or mothership license when you purchase a Charter Passenger License.

Licenses are available at special rates for seniors, military, students, and people with disabilities. Lifetime Licenses are also available.

Purchase a Louisiana fishing license here.

More information from the Louisiana Department of Wildlife & Fisheries.

Peter’s Nets is a full-service charter operation. We make every effort to accommodate an enjoyable experience so you do not have to do the work. Just show up and fish. Peter’s Nets include the following in all chartered trips.

Bait (Live/Dead/Tournament Grade Artificial)

Bottled Water



Rod & Reels

Ice Chests

FULL Day – All full day chartered fishing trips are scheduled from 6:30 AM – 2:30 PM weather permitting. In the event, the group limits early and wishes to return to the boat launch the chartered fishing trip is still considered a full day trip.

A typical full day trip can accommodate up to a group of six (6). For groups larger than six (6) please contact Captain Don for arrangements.

Absolutely! Peter’s Nets is a family friendly charter service. Not only do we allow it, we encourage it. They are the next generation to enjoy what South Louisiana fishing has to offer.

Personal Items – sunscreen, insect repellant, polarized sunglasses, weather appropriate clothing, rain gear, cell phone

Fishing license and identification

Food and snacks

Ice chests to transport your fish home

It is highly recommended to meet at 2356 Florissant Hwy, St Bernard, LA 70085 at least one hour before scheduled departure from the boat launch.

Beer and low alcohol by volume drinks are allowed during the chartered trip. Liquor is not allowed on the boat. No exceptions. The Captain reserves the right to terminate any fishing trip due to the consumption of any alcohol without a refund.

Peter’s Nets uses a Skeeter Bay Boat powered by a 250 Yamaha outboard.

Peter’s Nets covers a vast area in Southeast Louisiana throughout some of the most fertile fishing grounds in the world. The major areas covered are listed below.

Breton Sound
Chandelier Islands
Point a la Hache
Shell Beach

Peter’s Nets will provide bait for the trips. The baits included consist of live or dead bait and tournament grade artificial lures. You are more than welcome to bring your own tackle box also.

Yes. Updated freshwater and saltwater state creel and size limits can be found at the Louisiana Department of Wildlife & Fisheries website.

Light Tackle
Bottom Fishing
Drift Fishing

Overnight lodging accommodations are available on-site upon request for a separate fee. Accommodations will sleep up to 8 people. Additional lodging is recommended and can be found at the Best Western Plus in Chalmette, LA.

No. Customers are responsible for their own transportation to and from the boat launch.

Yes. You get to keep what you catch within state laws and regulations.

Yes. We only ask that you be considerate of others as space is limited on a boat especially when fishing with big groups.

No food or snacks are provided on the boat. You must bring your own. It is highly recommended to bring something to eat as sometimes during the summer months in South Louisiana the temperatures can approach close to 100 degrees. It is important to have food and water for your trip.

No. Peter’s Nets provides fish cleaning service for you. You can bring your own fish cleaning equipment with you if you would like, but not required.

Yes. The shipping costs will be covered by the customers and shipped by Peter’s Nets if required.

Payments are accepted online through PayPal. A PayPal account is not required to make a transaction. All major credit cards are accepted.

Every precaution will be taken and considered in the event the weather affects the scheduled trip. Peter’s Nets reserves the right to cancel or terminate any trip in the event of inclimate weather. Your safety is the priority over everything else. If trips are canceled before leaving the boat dock due to weather Peter’s Nets will make every effort to reschedule the trip at no additional costs. Trips that are terminated due to weather after leaving the boat launch will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Peter’s Nets has a 7-day refund policy. Charters that are canceled within 7 days of the scheduled trip will not be eligible for a refund. No exceptions. This is an occupation for Charter Captains as well. A lot of times it is very difficult to find another group to replace the time slot that was canceled on such short notice resulting in lost revenue. Peter’s Nets asks for your understanding and cooperation of this policy.

Book Your Experience Today

There simply is no better way to enjoy Louisiana’s vast saltwater fishing opportunities than with a licensed, professional charter captain. South Louisiana’s captains are the best in the world at creating an outdoor chartered fishing adventure that you will never forget. And nothing could be easier. Just show up, step in the boat, and leave the rest to Captain Don.