Another unseasonably mild winter — even by South Louisiana standards — has been a boon for sac-a-lait anglers, who’ve been reeling in slabs almost since late last year.
A video posted by a Grand Isle commercial red snapper fisherman is getting lots of attention on Louisiana Sportsman’s Facebook page.
It’s the $1 million question: When should you make the haul to Toledo Bend for the greatest chance to catch one of the double-digit bass that teem in the huge reservoir?
Well, while monster bass are caught at the nations’ No. 1 bass fishery throughout the year, the best opportunity to get in on the big-fish action begins this month.
Craig May woke up Friday preparing for a morning of crappie fishing on Toledo Bend.
But before the 60-year-old from Fairmount, Texas left for the lake, his wife Connie mentioned that a 10-pound bass would look really nice on the wall of his man cave.
The 2018 Bassmaster Classic is returning to familiar waters.
LiveTarget, with its industry-leading designs and award-winning artificial lures, has added to its growing family with soft-plastic swimbaits that — even in their earliest stages of design — fool the forage fish they resemble so closely.
For coastal fly anglers, February can be the best of times and the worst of times.
Most fishing lures are not immortal. Many come on strong, live a good life and quietly fade into history.
Trout master Dudely Vandenboore recommended experimenting with and without corks. Corks keep the bait in the strike zone longer if the fish are suspended.
Besides catching fish, soft-plastics offer other powerful advantages in the pursuit of speckled trout and redfish.
You never know what creatures lurk below the waters of Lake Pontchartrain.