Try the Grand Isle Rodeo leaderboard

GRAND ISLE—Friday’s 2nd-day leaderboard from the 3-day 91st-annual Worldwide Grand Isle Tarpon Rodeo with anglers, their hometowns (whereas out there; boat title and boat captain listed in tag & launch divisions) and weight of their catches in kilos and oz… The Redfish Stringer class is the load of 5 redfish measuring on the very least 16 inches nevertheless lower than 27 inches (ties broken through earliest fish weighed):

About one mile from the trailhead, you’ll come to the waterfall space. There is just one creek right here, however there are three named waterfalls. First, you possibly can take a facet path to the appropriate for a restricted view of Hardy Falls, the bottom of the waterfalls. Again on the principle path, proceed just a few hundred yards and go left on a facet path that ends at a railed lookout to a view of the 2 higher falls, Pool of Winds, and Rodney Falls. Return to the principle path and switchback all the way down to a sturdy footbridge under the falls and all the way down to the footbridge.
Past the Hardy Creek ridge, climb uphill lower than a quarter-mile to a junction with Hardy Creek Path. Take the “harder” path to the appropriate and climb the steep path via the forest. Quickly, the trail switches again beneath the primary of Hamiltons many cliff faces. Observe the steep switchbacks main up a cliffed edged ridge, and you may be rewarded with spectacular views throughout the Columbia River at a spot regionally referred to as “Little Hamilton Mountain”. Yet one more steep mile to go till you attain a T-shaped junction on the summit Ridgecrest. The trail to the appropriate is a dead-end at Hamilton’s peak, 2488′, however the view there’s considerably obscured by brush. Flip round and observe the Ridgecrest path downhill towards the north plateau with higher viewings of Mount Hood, Mount Adams, Mount St. Helens and Desk Mountain, in addition to the Bonneville Dam on the Columbia River.


No entries, nor in Tarpon Tag & Launch

Dolphin: 1, Beau Baudoin, Lockport, 25 kilos, 4 oz.

Blackfin Tuna: 1, Gilbert Bustamante, Luling, 23-2. 2, Nicholas Daigle, Raceland, 22-8. 3, Jonathan Scully, Berwick, 21-10.

Yellowfin Tuna: 1, Blake Daigle, Raceland, 128-0.

No entries in Blue Marlin, Wahoo nor in Large Recreation Tag & Launch

Amberjack: Closed season.

Barracuda: 1, Melvin Richard Jr., Metairie, sixteen-6.

Bluefish: 1, Logan Guidry, Reduce Off, 2-14. 2, Guidry, 2-10. Three, James Cifreo, Ventress, 1-8.

Cobia: 1, Vance Mitchell, Prairieville, 42-0. 2, Joseph Baudoin, Thibodaux, 24-four. Three, Tara Guidry, Galliano, 21-14.

Grouper: 1, Jonathan Scully, Berwick, 32-10. 2, Scully, 15-12.

Jack Crevalle: 1, Douglas Waitz, Houma, 27-12. 2, Reid Dampier, Boutte, 26-4. Three, Thomas Dicicco, Laport, Texas, 24-10.

King Mackerel: 1, Melvin Richard Jr., Metairie, forty seven-2. 2, Richard, 33-12. Three, Richard, 25-12.

Spanish Mackerel: 1, John Brady, Tupelo, Mississippi, 4-2. 2, Nolan Fourrier, Port Barre, 3-0. Three, Maury Giachelly, Tupelo, Mississippi, 2-four.

Mangrove Snapper: 1, Summer time Stevens, Prairieville, 9-8. 2, Logan Guidry, Reduce Off, nine-6. 3, Brook Rispone, Delight, 8-14.

Pink Snapper: 1, Clayton Hurdle, Rosedale, 22-10. 2, Brook Fuller, Vincennes, Indiana, 19-14. 3, Jake Noel, Luling, 18-12.

Spadefish: 1, Tara Guidry, Galliano, 1-12. 2, Guidry, 1-10. 3, Kenny Acosta, Donaldsonville, 1-eight.

No entries Bonito nor Tripletail

Croaker: 1, Joseph Baudoin, Thibodaux, 4-6. 2, Mike LeBlanc, Prairieville, 0-6. 2, LeBlanc, zero-4.

Gafftopsail Catfish: 1, Rob Muller, Slidell, four-zero. 2, Davie Breaux, Reduce Off, 3-6. 3, Michelle Melancon, Marrero, 3-zero.

Black Drum: 1, Brett Babin, Raceland, 36-10. 2, Joseph Grey, Slidell, 34-2. 3, Melvin Richard Jr., Metairie, 28-8.

Flounder: 1, Beau Blanchard, New Iberia, 2-12. 2, Blanchard, 2-2. 3, Terrell Swain, Harvey, 1-8.

Redfish: 1, Terry White, Paradis, 35-6. 2, Malcolm Torres, New Orleans, 33-2. 3, Ronald Musacchia, Destrehan, 31-2.

Redfish Stringer: 1, KearyMelancon, New Orleans, 37-10. 2, Jason Bouvail, Montz, 34-10. Three, Ken Sullivan, Madison, Mississippi, 34-four.

Sheepshead: 1, Cameron Seipel, Boutte, 4-4. 2, Wayne Campbell, Thibodaux, four-0. 3, Troy Schexnaydre, Gonzales, 3-12.

Speckled Trout: 1, Jackson Chestang, Chonchula, Alabama, four-10. 2, Martin Svendson, Baton Rouge, four-four. 3, Jodie Arneson, Golden Meadow, 3-14.

White Trout: 1, Jared Fontenot, Baton Rouge, 2-zero. 2, Nolan Fourrrier, Port Barre, 1-14. 3, Connor Shally, Gonzales, 1-8.

Redfish: 1, Garie Williamson, Kenner, four-eight. 2, Davie Breaux, Reduce Off, 2-2.

Redfish Stringer: 1, Gaire Williamson, Kenner, 15-12.

Speckled Trout: 1, Lance Burgos, Baton Rouge, four-2. 2, David Breaux, Reduce Off, 1-0. Three, Gaire Williamson, Kenner, zero-12.

Hardhead Catfish: 1, Luca Perez, Hardin, Texas, 2-eight. 2, Perez, 2-8. 3, Jack Lusco, Lockport, 2-6.

Gafftopsail Catfish: 1, Alaina Cifreo, Ventress, 2-8. 2, Zoe Chaisson, Luling, 2-zero. 3, Ethan Lusco, Raceland, 1-four.

Channel Mullet: 1, Cole Trosclair, Thibodaux, zero-12. 2, Brody Trosclair, Thibodaux, 0-10. Three, Mason Munch, Kenner, 0-10.

Croaker: 1, Wyatt Butcher, Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, zero-four. 2, Mason Munch, Kenner, 0-4. Three, Eli Barden, Mandeville, zero-1.

Flounder: 1, Zoe Chaisson, Luling, 1-2. 2, Spencer Guilbeau, Reduce Off, zero-14.

Redfish (a lot lower than 27 inches): 1, Allie Harmon, Boutte, 6-4. 2, Reid Dampier, Boutte, 6-2. Three, Mason Pierre, Brusly, 5-zero.

Speckled Trout: 1, Brody Skelton, Baton Rouge, three-14. 2, Madison Pierre, Brusly, 2-14. Three, Alaina Cifreo, Ventress, 2-10.

White Trout: 1, Alaina Cifreo, Ventress, 0-10. 2, Cifreo, 0-6. Three, Jack Lusco, Lockport, zero-6.