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Leeville anglers ticketed for being 189 specks over the limit

Check water salinity to track down specks

You could call Capt. Mike Gallo an eternal optimist.

When asked about September marking the start of the transition for speckled trout in and around the Biloxi Marsh, The Rigolets and Lake Borgne, the owner of Angling Adventures of Louisiana in Slidell conceded that it was.

Yesterday at 9:24am

Off-duty game warden witnesses alleged fishing violations

After an off-duty game warden witnessed two Metairie men fishing from the bank near Montegut last weekend, the pair was cited for numerous redfish and drum violations.

September 22 at 10:39am

LDWF: State red snapper fall season possible

The extended federal red snapper season that closed on Labor Day ended with more than 100,000 pounds still on the table before Louisiana’s self-imposed snapper quota is reached — leaving the potential of a fall state season a distinct possibility.

September 21 at 5:09pm

Redfish raring to go deep at Dularge

When anglers think of redfish, very rarely do they dream of catching them in deep water — but Capt. Marty LaCoste fishes them in that zone in September.

September 20 at 4:27pm

Bassin’ at the Basin

Many Atachafalaya Basin bassin’ hotspots west of the Atchafalaya River have been heating up and ought to be red-hot in September.

September 19 at 6:10pm

Don’t pass up the passes for Delacroix’s transition trout

September is considered the beginning of the fall transition, when trout take their initial migratory steps toward the inside marshes where they’ll haunt deeper holes, bayous and canals during the colder months.

September 19 at 6:03pm

How to beat the September slump

It’s common knowledge that September is a dreaded “transition” month. That doesn’t mean a whole lot to redfish anglers and those who target freshwater species, but those who passionately pursue slimy specks know the transition is a real thing. It means the trout aren’t where they used to be and they’re not where they’re gonna be....they’re “transitioning” somewhere in between.

September 18 at 9:30am

Bust out the old GPS in Lafitte

The advancements in the fishing industry have done almost nothing but better equip anglers so they’re more efficient and catch more fish.

September 18 at 9:20am

Sportsman introduces expanded kayak coverage

Kayak fishing is not a fad, a trend or a gimmick. It is here to stay. It is a legitimate segment of sport fishing that continues with extraordinary growth each year. Fishing kayak manufacturers continue to improve, expand and modify their models relying heavily on input from kayak fishermen. Almost every ancillary fishing product has taken notice by either designing kayak-related products or directing a portion of their marketing to kayak fishermen.

September 18 at 9:00am


Bixpy’s Kayak Motor

When paddling or pedaling isn’t enough, an increasing number of kayak anglers are adding electric motors to lessen the physical requirements and/or increase their range. Several companies offer kits and brackets to install traditional trolling motors, but the Bixpy jet motor is a high performance motor contained in a plastic waterproof shell with a small, fully enclosed propeller. One advantage of the Bixpy is that with available accessories, it can be used to propel kayaks, SUPs or any manner of small watercraft. A removable handle with an integrated battery can be used for underwater propulsion for snorkelers and divers. With available rudder mounting or specialized brackets, the Bixpy can be adapted to almost any kayak. It can be powered with a variety of batteries, but available lithium ion rechargeables offer long run time and low weight. An included remote control changes a variety of speeds in both forward and reverse.

September 18 at 9:00am

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