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Waterfowl and Duck Hunting in Louisiana

Angler Management

Where did the post go about Angler Management? I found it very interesting and informing.
January 29, 2013 at 5:56pm
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Posted January 29, 2013 at 6:13pm
its back

they deleted it, and they will again. save it!

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Posted January 30, 2013 at 8:42am
bring it back up

The problem is is that the thread turned into a hate thread. People couldnt help theirselves. This does however need to be brought back up every few months to try to put and end to this lease gouging.Its basically ruining the fun for everyone else.

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Posted January 30, 2013 at 4:56pm

members of the lasm may be friends with this guy and protecting him. they might hunt with him for free. i think ryan , if innocent should respond. i have leased from him in the past. the first year was ok , but the second year he wanted to double my lease.

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Posted January 31, 2013 at 1:31am
Boycott Angler Managment

Talk to your land owners Today and Warn your land owners, of Angler Managment's tactics and Lies. Let them know what he's doing to US; the Average Duck Hunter. Explain to them that duck hunting is going to become too expensive to take your children, family, and friends if we allow this to happen. Soon we are going to have to gather up ten of our hunting buddies just to afford one duck pond in South Louisiana. Let them know that he WILL be calling them. Ask your land owners NOT to Lease to Leopold's ANGLER MANAGMENT LLC. Also ask if they can put into your next years lease 'current lessee first right to lease/bid/or refuse'. So you might have the chance to keep you current lease one more year, IF you still have one! Call your Land owners, family members, friends; whoever gives you permission to hunt and give them the details of 'This LIAR THAT LURKS'

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Posted January 31, 2013 at 5:42am

Black Duck 5 i think your report was very informative and think it would help a lot of people that hunt in that area but it was taken down twice. Tony Taylor said he would leave it up if you would simply give your real name in your report. why don't you do that and then the roport can be posted again and everyone can read it and comment and see if that BUM will reply to defend himself. I just think it is not too much to ask for you to post your real name!!!!!!!!!!

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Posted February 02, 2013 at 7:01am
Nothing New!

My Dad told me that a company called 'Migratory Managment' out of Lakeview in New Orleans scooped up 'THOUSANDS' of acres from under the feet of lease holders about 10 years ago in Plaquemines and Jefferson Parishes. Our lease was one pulled from under our feet and then the guy charged about 5 or 6 times what we were paying to get a small pond! This went on for about 3 years and we haven't heard a peep out of this company since? He had visions of Doctors and Lawyers leasing his property and at first he did well. The only trouble is that when the people went out and did not know the area and where to move around and follow the birds it dried up with poor results. American free enterprise! Gotta love it and hate it! BB

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Posted February 02, 2013 at 8:42am
don't lease

This is exactly why I gave up leasing property in SE. LA. It's just not worth it. There is not as much land as there used to be and outfits like Angler Mgt are leasing mostly water bottom for thousands of dollars a year. Just not worth it. I can hunt public land and do a guided trip up in MS delta and have much better results and none of the hassles for the less money. If you don't do business with those people the market will take them out. Good Luck and God Bless.

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Posted February 02, 2013 at 12:11pm

I agree with Fulligloo, but it's not just in SE La it's everywhere. Glad I never leased property from Angler Management came close a couple of times.

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Posted February 02, 2013 at 12:22pm

Yea while you dont slaughter them every day SE la has plenty of public land that offers decent shooting. THeres always better places to hunt of course but hey its still pretty decent shooting and you get a variety of birds, chance to have alot of mobilitiy and never hunt the same pond twice if you choose.

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