Quanchkin Lake - Louisiana

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Quanchkin Lake

Welcome to Quanchkin Lake, one of the best fishing destinations in the Pelican State. Situated in the northern part of the vast swampy wetlands of Louisiana known as the Mississippi River Delta, this lake is among the most angler-friendly coastal waterways in the region. Aside from the lake’s spampy beauty, its diverse vegetation and ecosystem provide home for countless species of fish including Largemouth Bass, Channel Catfish, Spotted Bass, Flathead Catfish, Blue Catfish and Alligator Gar. Let the cool spring breeze tickle your senses as you meditate over the clear still waters of Quanchkin Lake, enjoying a proper day out fishing.

Requirements and fees

Accessible from level 26
Travel cost 6800 credits
Fishing fee 1500 credits / day

Licenses

Term Basic License Advanced License
MUST BE RELEASED: Trophy and Unique Largemouth Bass, Trophy Blue Catfish, Trophy and Unique Flathead Catfish, Trophy Alligator Gar, Trophy Spotted Bass , Trophy and Unique Channel Catfish
MUST BE TAKEN: Common, Trophy and Unique Bowfin
PROHIBITED SPECIES: no restrictions
NIGHT CATCH: forbidden
BOAT FISHING: forbidden
MUST BE RELEASED: no restrictions
MUST BE TAKEN: no restrictions
PROHIBITED SPECIES: no restrictions
NIGHT CATCH: allowed
BOAT FISHING: forbidden
Available from level 26 26
1 day 2500 credits 5000 credits
3 days 7125 credits 14250 credits
Week 15750 credits 31500 credits
Month 60000 credits 120000 credits
Unlimited 350 baitcoins 500 baitcoins

Season

Summer

Starting points

Upside_Down
Upside Down

This perfect fishing spot right next to an old sunken boat is located in the northern part of Quanchkin Lake. The serene mystic atmosphere of this particularly swampy area is just the right chill-out place for the exhausted mind. Here the lake’s bottom is gradual and rather shallow while the still clear waters are grown with dense aquatic vegetation and lily pads, thus providing shelter for underwater predators just waiting for you to cast the right bait.






Swampy Open Space
Swampy Open Space

Another marvelous fishing spot on the northwest of Lake Quanchkin is this lovely thin strip of shore surrounded by dense bushy thickets. Overlooking the broadest part of the lake’s still waters, this spot is perfect for slipping into sweet oblivion as you masterfully catch underwater dwellers in the satisfying attempt to land a trophy giant hiding in the weed grown waters or next to a sunken log...








Cypress Dreams
Cypress Dreams

This lovely path meandering along the vague elongated shoreline splitting as it invitingly leads to the depth of the forest, as if calling you to go and explore. Tempting as it may be, the cypress trees growing in the lake are however far more enticing for a real angler...with the numerous underwater predators lurking among the roots of these green giants.






Down South
Down South

Walking south along Quanchkin Lake’s vague shoreline you will stumble upon a hidden fishing spot next to a big old log. The thin sprip of shore grown with bushes and shrub, gradually descends into the swampy shallow waters. Beautiful lily pads ornament the stillness of this aquascape - just the perfect spot to cast your bait in the hopes of land a very promising catch.







Pelican Hut
Pelican Hut

Right in the middle of Quanchkin Lake’s swampy wetland, you will find a shabby old house. Locals say that it belonged to an old ranger who once rescued an injured pelican and the bird remained in the area long after the old man died and that’s how the the house got its name. But that’s an old story of many years ago. For now, just stay in the moment and leave your worries behind as you indulge in the soothing atmosphere of your favorite passtime.





Good Ol’ Tobacco
Good Ol’ Tobacco

Let the meandering dirt trail take you to the southeastern point of Quanchkin Lake, as you feel the satisfying softness of the earthen path under your feet… Here, you’ll discover another marvelous fishing spot - right next to an old tobacco drying barn. Inhale the enigmatic scents of fresh spring air mixed with aromatic hints of dried tobacco leaves as you enjoy the thrill of angling excitement.








Boats & Kayaks boarding points

None

Resident species