lol Yes it is an adventure getting there. The last 2 hours of the trip will rattle the teeth out of your head. I have been a couple of times…The first time we stayed at Serenidad Shardon and fished with a fella named Josa. He guides out of Cuzan's. Oddly enough that was 2 years ago in late Jan. and early Feb. Went back this Feb. and stayed at a new lodge owned by a local guide named Manuel. Had a blast then also. Took my 16 yr. old daughter back during Spring Break and needless to say she was not overly impressed with the fishing but she saw and understood the beauty that is there. You would be amazed at how much the place has changed in two short years. The road is much improved (until the next fat hurricane at least) and new homes, lodges, and a (semi sort of) hotel have been built. Although they still don't have power 24/7 unless the place you are staying can generate it. I love that about the place btw! It is really kind of sad to see the development if you know what I mean. That is awesome you have also been there. I am slightly surprised when I run into folks that have been there as it is so isolated. It appears you and I have fished some of the same water SH…the Low Country, Ascension Bay, and I have vacationed at IOP since I was knee high to an ant. Fish from McClellanville down to HHI, concentrating mainly on southern Bulls Bay to North IOP and the Broad in Beaufort. Small world huh!
Barret, I am dying to fish the flats of La. It is high on the list of things to do. Throw in some waterfowl action and I would be in paradise!!!