White Lake Wetlands Conservation Area fishing permits now available
Permits available to 100 anglers, good between March 15 and Aug.
|Courtesy FALSERIVERRAISED on Louisianasportsman.com|
Only 100 permits will be granted through the lottery, and they are valid between March 15 and August 15, the LDWF said.
Completed applications must be received by LDWF by close of business on Feb. 22, the LDWF said.
Applications can be obtained by calling 225-765-2812 or online at http://www.wlf.louisiana.gov/refuge/white-lake-wetlands-conservations-area.
There will be a $5 administrative fee for all applicants in form of check or money order made out to the LDWF. Winning applicants will have the opportunity to purchase a $40 permit to fish the WCA.
Only one application per person will be accepted, and submitting more than one application will be considered grounds for disqualification.
Engines used on the property will be limited to 40 horsepower or less. Fishing will only be allowed in the Florence Canal and its associated oil-field location canals. There will be no fishing in the WCA marshes, the main camp canal or any other areas marked "No Fishing." Permitted anglers
will be given a map of the WCA.
Lottery participants can mail there applications to Lake Fishing, P.O. Box 98000, Baton Rouge, LA 70898, or dropped off in to Room 422 at the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Headquarters Building at 2000 Quail Drive in Baton Rouge.
Subscribe Today and Save!!!
Louisiana Sportsman is the complete hunting and fishing magazine for Louisiana.
Devoted to hunting, fishing and other outdoor activities in the wetlands,
Louisiana Sportsman is the information guide for Louisiana's most active hunters and fishermen.
Posted on October 07 at 6:55 am by
Posted on September 19 at 4:15 pm by From News Reports
Posted on August 07 at 9:05 am by From News Reports
Posted on August 06 at 11:30 am by
Posted on July 19 at 4:00 pm by
Fished the Michoud Substation ICWW at hot water canal Friday. Let me start by saying WOW!!! BIG Trout every few cast. It...
Featured Fishing Guide
Louisiana Redfish Master (LRM) takes great pride in knowing where to catch the fish. Whether sight fishing redfish in shallow water with light tackle or fly gear or chasing speckled trout and bull reds in the bays, LRM has the boats and equipment.