It is often at the most disheartening times that we have an epiphany and realize we must change our ways. For Thibodaux’s Joshua Chauvin, that defining moment came when he was just 17 years old.
Getting up at 6 a.m. to go speckled trout fishing is a luxury I could get used to.
There are certain anglers who wait for Internet reports to tell them where to fish. If an area heats up, they find out about it, and then they hitch up the boat to go share in the fun.
Eyebrows were raised this spring and summer as the Calcasieu River coughed up double-digit bass.
Scent pheromones and their distinct odors are instinctively utilized by whitetails to convey a realm of communication related to dominant hierarchy and sexual interactions.
Dan Preaus, owner of Shelter Insurance agency in Ruston, has been a bow hunter for the past 10 seasons. Hunting on Shiloh Hunting Club as well as family land in Union Parish, he has learned and accomplished a lot as a bow hunter.
A tan streak flashed across the front of my truck as my son and I made our way to school a few weeks ago.
Last month, we left Chef Mark Falgoust and Bill Borges, president of New Orleans Fish House, admiring the impressive tusks of a wild boar Falgoust had just shot.
October changes everything. In gaming parlance, you’d say it reshuffles the deck and ups your odds for a winning hand.
The earlier the opening date the easier it is to kill the game.
Joe Lavigne saw more deer than probably half the Louisiana hunters who had humped their way up trees one morning last October.
Temperature’s dropping to 48! But it’s two days after Christmas. Getting in your deerstand for dawn? Probably. But you’re not really pumped for the occasion.
With the opening of bow season, it's important to set up just right to ambush that buck you've been seeing on trail-cam photos.