Plaquemines County, Louisiana.
Grand Bayou ends in Port Sulphur, Louisiana.
14.85 miles long (23.90 kilometers)
2100465.09 miles (3380371.94 sq kilometers)
About The Grand Bayou
Grand Bayou is a freshwater bay located in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana. Located southwest of Encalade, west of Prea Park, the bay has an elevation of 5 meters and constitutes Plaquemines’ identity as one of the best sportsmen's playgrounds in the United States.
The last leg of the mighty Mississippi River into the Gulf of Mexico, Plaquemines houses about 80 freshwater and saltwater lakes with hundreds of miles of coastline. With its abundant waterways and angling spots, this southernmost parish of Louisiana features endless recreational opportunities from boating, fishing, to waterfowl hunting. It boasts some of the best commercial and sportsman fishing in the world. All of these are despite the fact that the region has experienced a seemingly non-stop series of natural calamities.
Grand Bayou Fishing Description
Anglers interested in fishing Grand Bayou are advised to consult local guides and resources before going. It’s important to know about the Louisiana Fishing License to make your trip enjoyable, successful, and safe for yourself and for the environment.