Nestled in southeast Louisiana is Terrebonne Parish, which means "the good earth" in French. It is a very literal name. Here in the Mississippi River Delta is one of the world's richest estuaries, which produces much of the seafood consumed across the country -- shrimp, oysters, crabs and myriad fish. This abundance of sea-life also fuels one of the greatest recreational fisheries in the world. Terrebonne Parish is nearly 50 percent water, providing seemingly endless fishing opportunities. Visit southeast Louisiana and discover one of the last best-kept fishing secrets. If you’re looking for tackle-busting Redfish in the warm waters of Cajun country, Capt. Marty can help you live out your fishing dreams.