Check out Louisiana Sportsman's Facebook page throughout the day today for live updates from Greg Hackney, who's in Venice filming a new episode of Sportsman TV on bass fishing at Delta National Wildlife Refuge.
A night-fishing excursion earlier this month in the 6 Mile area of Toledo Bend resulted in the bass of a lifetime for a Sulphur fisherman — along with a nice 8-pounder for another angler on the same trip.
Some kayak anglers might be hesitant to toss a popping cork — attached to a twirling 2-foot leader with a Vudu shrimp dangling from the business end — straight at stands of leaning, swaying, hook-grabbing roseau cane, but not Capt. Brian Sherman.
Poverty Point Reservoir in Delhi is famous for whopper crappie — and lots of them. Local angler Twayne Hosea is famous for catching both, but that’s mostly in the spring. However, that isn’t the only time Poverty’s crappie fishing gets rich.
A Port Sulphur man accused of taking oyster from polluted waters for a third time last spring was arrested Monday after information taken from his cellphone linked him to off-limits areas, according to a release from the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries on Tuesday released long-awaited stock assessments on several species — including speckled trout — that were being withheld because of ongoing litigation from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.