This is to let you know of an upcoming LPB and PBS television documentary that I think will be of interest to you.
Christina Melton, an award winning Louisiana Public Broadcasting producer has completed a powerful documentary that will air within Louisiana on public broadcasting stations on the one-year anniversary of Katrina on August 29, 2006 at 8:00 p.m. It will air.... Read More
My brother has been doing clean up duties at his boses camp on Grand Isle. The camp faired well, but the storage area underneth was a mess. He found an offshore tackle box full of baits and a gaff that did not belong to his boss. The tackle box was full of sand, but this weekend we cleaned the baits and box. Most of the baits are still good. The gaff looks new. If you lost a tackle box or gaff.... Read More
Hunted Pointe Aux Chene WMA near the sulfer mine Thursday & Friday. Not many birds at all! Got 4 between two hunters on Thursday. 1 gray duck, two spoonies and a teal. Friday we got 2 between 3 hunters. 2 summer french. Hunted areas we had been seeing birds in. Due to the motor not running too good we didn't scout any new areas on Friday.
Did not see many birds flying either days. Birds.... Read More
Hunted Pointe Aux Chene WMA this morning near the sulfer mine for the duck hunting opener. Wasn't expecting much. Was pleasantly surprised by the number of birds! Mostly summer french and grays. I was shocked at the lack of teal. In years past teal made up most of our bag on opening morning. Ended the morning with 7 summer french, 1 greenwing teal & 1 spoonbill. Most of birds gave us a look.... Read More
FRANK: Valentine is just south of Lockport. There is an old closed sugar mill there and a still operating paper mill. If you have ever been to Fourchon/Grand Isle it is on 308 maybe a couple of miles past Bollinger's Shipyard. I moved three houses north of Bollinger's when I was about 10. My dad, Grandpa and Aunt worked for Valite I think (chemical company in the old sugar mill). My dad used.... Read More