Charter Boats Deep-sea fishing from snapper to marlin, along with coastal and marsh fishing for speckled trout, redfish, croaker and drum, are a fisherman's idea of heaven. For more information consult local guide services.
Historic Town of Grand Isle (On the Gulf of Mexico at the end of LA 1) - Reputed to be one of the top ten fishing spots in the world, the community offers sandy beaches, crabbing, boating, swimming,surfing, birdwatching, a lighted fishing pier and great seafood.
"Old Fishin' Bridge" (Grand Isle) - This public fishing bridge is great for trout, redfish, croaker and for crabbing.
Fourchon Beach (West of LA 1 on LA 3090) - Enjoy camping and surf fishing along 4 miles of public beach with direct access to the Gulf of Mexico.
Lafourche/Terrebonne Scenic Byway (Follows historic LA 1, US 90 and LA 24) - Linking the historic Cajun cultural areas of Houma and Thibodaux, with their sugar cane and fishing industries, historic LA 1 leads visitors down through numerous fishing communities to Grand Isle .
Wisner Wildlife Management Area (10 miles South of Leeville) - Accessible onlyby boat, this 21,621-acre area offers excellent fishing,crabbing, shrimping,birding and boating.
Fort Livingston The ruins of this historic fort, located on Grand Terre Island across Barataria Pass from Grand Isle,are visible from Grand Isle State Park.