The CCA Star Tournament is the largest fishing tournament in the country. It's our annual trip to promote the CCA STAR and hang out with our buddy Rad Trascher.
With Hackney out for this episode, we handed the reigns over to our buddy Kip Plaisance. He did a fine job and the fish co-operated too.
At the bottom of the Mississippi River sits Venice, LA. It is the most fertile fishing grounds in the country and every time we go there we get a show done.
Sac a Lait or Crappie are the finest fish to fry in the bayou and we went out to catch them so our hushpuppies wouldn't be lonely.
Bright orange and tasty, it's a different kind of pumpkin season on this episode of Sportsman TV.
With deer season on the way, it's time to stock up enough fish to help us make the winter.
Crappie, shrimp, and speckled trout get all the attention in South Louisiana but we went out with our buddy Jimmy Hickman to discover how he catches the other white meat.
It's not always easy to film a TV show and even with a BASS Pro and his ever-vigilant buddy on the boat, sometimes it takes all day to get it done. This was one of those days.
We made a nice "camping" trip to the finest lodge in Southeast Louisiana. Redfish and trout were on fire.
With the bass spawn happening earlier and earlier every year in the South, we ventured out in January and found conditions to be more like March.
It's not often it snows in Louisiana, but we got the timing just right for an epic duck hunt in the Mississippi River Delta.
You never know what creatures lurk below the waters of Lake Pontchartrain.
Vegetation is a prime source of fish finding, and we had the right motor for the job in this episode.
On Sportsman TV we could never have gotten this far without the help of Louisiana's finest charter captains.
We jumped aboard Tim Ortego's Gatortail for great day in the shade of the Atchafalya Basin's many cypress trees.
Chris Macaluso talks about the importance of the Near Shore Reef program.
Join Blake Shelby (Marketing Director for PSE) as he discusses the PSE Wave Bow.
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