Capt. Eddie Berthelot Jr. shares tips for January specks and reds out of Golden Meadow.
Read about one group's efforts to invite veterans, law enforcement officers, first responders and other groups for some quality down time on a kayak fishing trip.
Capt. Darren Schaff shares his typical wintertime bait and a few spots to try to pick up trout and redfish this month out of Reggio.
Watch this Youtube vid to see just how fast boating accidents can happen, and how PFDs and kill switches can save your life.
Capt. Shawn Lanier shares his strategy for targeting big bull reds out of Venice in January and February.
The question of the month is, “rainbow or rainbeaux?”.
For fly anglers in and around New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Gonzales, Lafayette, Hammond, Chalmette and Monroe, it’s “rainbeaux trout” time.
There’s one piece of structure on Lake D’Arbonne — or any lake, for that matter — that Sam Roberson said you don’t need a depth finder to locate.
Years of fishing success has led Sam Roberson in what he said is a more important direction.
Sam Roberson’s cost per catch ratio is pretty amazing. He doesn’t spend a whole lot of money on fishing gear, but he has some tried-and-true favorites on which he depends for crappie fishing in deep water.
A black pearl is one of the rarest of gems. But in August of 2011, Louisianans found their beloved Pearl River became black.
But it wasn’t a gem. It was a stinking mess.
The Pearl River where it separates Louisiana from Mississippi isn’t just the Pearl River: It’s a bunch of rivers.
Crossing the Pearl River basin from west to east on Highway 90, bridges span the West Pearl River, the Middle West Pearl River, the Middle Pearl River and the East Pearl River.
Here are Chase Morse’s Top 11 tips for catching more bass on the Pearl River system:
Flipping a jig in cold water comes naturally to Bassmaster Elite Series pro Todd Faircloth, but jig performance takes some concentrated preparation.
While trolling can seem monotonous, it’s just as important to stay alert with this fishing technique as with others, Harold Schoeffler cautioned.
Just because Harold Schoeffler uses simple gear such as homemade marker buoys and bamboo pole depth sounders, don’t be fooled into thinking he isn’t particular about his tackle.
You never know what creatures lurk below the waters of Lake Pontchartrain.