In case you have never seen a pair of Greater Scaup I believe I have a photo of a pair. They were in the canal alongside Hwy 27 just south of the Wetland Walkway (Sabine National Wildlife Refuge) Saturday afternoon.
To celebrate Fatal Approach’s 1st anniversary and Brian’s 20th year as a call-maker, we are having a duck call give-away. This is a great chance to receive a Fatal Approach Duck Call or Fatal Approach gear for free.
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1st Place Prize – Fatal Approach Original Duck Call in Black Acrylic – Double Reed
I just purched land in the Spring Bayou area on Little River Rd. I will be hunting or trying to hunt this 2014 duck season can anyone give me some pointers for hunting this area such as do ya use boat blinds, build a blind or hunt in waders. thanks Larry
Now accepting new members for the 2014-2015 Dove season. We will have two 70 acre brown top millet and sunflower fields that will be accusable to all dove members. Membership price is $1,000.00 for the entire season. For more info please call John at 337-661-9319
Who ever gets the DU magazine please read the latest issue then tell me that DU has nothing to do with helping rice farmers with flooding schedules and habitat management work. Then get on the website and search DU projects and tell me how many are in southeast LA,(8-10 since DU inception) most are close to Mississippi and Arkansas. Then look up how much money DU collects from Louisiana per.... Read More
First let's talk about data. What has data given us? It's 'data' that has totally screwed up the gulf red snapper season. Data is not perfect. What counts is what is being seen by living, breathing people. Compare data to what is really happening in the field, then, make decisions.
All the talk about seeing more ducks in Feb. because of less.... Read More
With all the griping and complaining, one could only assume that their will be a lot of leases coming available for this upcoming season. With that said, I've been trying to acquire another lease in Terrebonne parish, but haven't had much luck. I love my current lease, but would like to get something else in the brackish water. A gray duck or two would be nice every once in a while! So guys,.... Read More
I just read a great article written by Todd Masson in a recent Times Picayune concerning the past poor season despite great local conditions. The article included ideas about why it was poor especially in the SE part of the state. Included in this article was information from Larry Reynolds about the past season. Also he sheds a light on the future of duck hunting in the whole state of.... Read More
The Gadwall Duck is an attractive and welcome duck for waterfowl hunters.
Additionally, someone informed me there is a DU Duck Calendar for SW Louisiana Region. I am considering donating some waterfowl images for this project but have no idea of who to speak with / contact. Any ideas?
iv been reading the posts about duck hunting and of du and ldwf wonderful work.i my self ret out the U.S.M.C .I myself wonder who compiles the data of the number of ducks taken and what state.perhaps some one can provide that to the rest of us so that we may judge as to believe in the facts or what we see.also I hold to the words of a wise man.if you hear im work for the government and in hear.... Read More
Mr. Reynolds, From the post by bloodandguts we all seem to recognize a problem. This is the best conversation I’ve read on this website since the debate started. Could you convince the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries to conduct a study basing it on the three zones breaking down the biggest issues in each? I believe we have some of the same problems in the three zones but also some different.... Read More
'Oil behemoths BP and Chevron dumped toxic waste - including some radioactive material - from their drilling operations into coastal waters, claims Louisiana parish Plaquemines in a lawsuit removed to federal court Thursday.'
You can google this. It's all over the Web. My guess is Gadwall and teal stay away from radioactive waste.
I'm selling my 2009 23horse power Go Devil engine to up grade to a bigger engine. The asking price is 2,200. All the upkeep on the motor has been done by Go Devil. After this years Teal season I had a new shaft, new bearings, and new bushings put on. If you are interested you can contact Capt. Jimmy Corley by phone at (504)258-4431, also by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
I would not support this in any fashion! DU has done so much for the ducks and there rich partners to have the finest habitat and hunting around that the common man ( who makes up most of there membership) has got less and less area to hunt. Go to Paducah Ky and other places like this where top executives and area presidents of DU are catered to. Take a look at the DU projects that have caused.... Read More