Life at the Camp Castin’ Cajun Style July 13, 2014
Terrebonne and neighboring parishes are home to some of the best fishing in the country, in addition to being the center of Cajun culture for several centuries. On this week’s episode of Castin’ Cajun, we get to experience “Life at the Camp”. Tony is fishing today with his good friend Marty Sutton. The two launch out of Jug’s Landing in Theriot, La. and head down Bayou DuLarge to Tony’s fishing camp. On the way they stop to visit camp owner, Ike Ryan, who has a camp just down the Bayou from Tony’s camp.
Ike has invited Tony to his camp, where they will be boiling Crawfish caught in the spillway and Blue crabs, caught in the Bayou Dularge waters. Also to enjoy some live music performed by world famous, blues musician, John Mooney.
The next morning Tony and Marty go fishing near the camp for Speckled trout. Then for a special treat, they head back to Tony’s camp, where Tony shows us how he fries fresh speckled trout.
The show ends up in New Orleans, at The Publiq House, where John Mooney is a regular. John plays Delta Blues on his slide guitar. Mooney plays and sing his song named Sacred Ground, Which has become Castin’ Cajuns theme song, which is played at the beginning of every episode of Castin’ Cajun.
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