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In 2003, nearly 1.2 million sacks of oysters were available for harvest in Big Lake. Today, according to CCA Louisiana, fewer than 100,000 sacks remain.

Legislation introduced to prohibit oyster dredging on Big Lake

Bill would limit oyster harvest to tonging only, CCA says
1 hour ago
Hop from point to point in your favorite bayou for the next few weeks, and you’re likely to catch trout most anglers cruise over — if you know the keys to getting bites.

The best springtime trout tactic

Deep bayou bends hold scads of specks right now
5 hours ago
Beverly Rogers Brister shows off the 11.78-pound lunker largemouth she caught Tuesday in Lake D'Arbonne. The big bass bit a weedless frog during Brister's first-ever fishing trip in a kayak, and was later released back into the lake.

First-time kayaker lands 11-pound-plus bass on Lake D’Arbonne

Lunker bit weedless frog and was released back into the lake
22 hours ago

Second Test with Carbon TV

Yesterday at 2:22pm
CCA state president Kirk Seiber shows off one of the redfish that was tagged and released Wednesday near Cypremort Point for the 2017 STAR Tournament.

CCA’s STAR — featuring 100 tagged reds — kicks off in one month

Louisiana Sportsman puts up $10,000 bonus prize for first subscriber who catches tagged red
Yesterday at 11:22am
The fish inhale the Berkley Rattle Shrimp this time of year, and it’s one of Capt. Tommy Pellegrin’s favorite lures.

Choosing the right speckled trout bait

Fish are starting to migrate to the outside islands this month
Yesterday at 9:09am
The daily bag limit for pintails has dropped from two birds down to one for the 2017-18 waterfowl season, according to LDWF waterfowl study leader Larry Reynolds.

LDWF waterfowl news: Reynolds talks 2017-18 season dates, pintail limits and Venice roseau cane worries

Teal season will open on a Friday for first time in 16 years
Yesterday at 9:49pm
Col. Joey Broussard, left, administers the oath of office to the 23 new LDWF enforcement agents who graduated Wednesday morning in Baton Rouge.

23 new LDWF enforcement agents sworn in Wednesday

New agents will fill vacancies across the state, LDWF says
April 26 at 2:31pm
A portable power dolly can park your boat or camping trailer in spots where there is no room to maneuver a tow vehicle without waiting for your neighbor to move his car or waiting for the absent owners of boats and vehicles blocking you in at a campground

Personal trailer parking

Park your boat, camper or other trailer where your tow vehicle can’t
April 26 at 5:58am
Kaleb Richardson lays on top of the 835-pound bluefin tuna he reeled in Saturday afternoon near the Neptune platform about 120 miles southwest of Grand Isle. Pending certification, it could be the new No. 4-ranked bluefin in the Louisiana record books.

Lafayette 8th-grader lands potential Top 5 bluefin tuna in Green Canyon

Kaleb Richardson’s 835-pounder measured 113 inches — with an 86-inch girth
April 25 at 6:14pm
Guide David Darnsteadt holds up a giant speck from Calcasieu Lake.

Work the current for Calcasieu specks

Paddletails, grubs and topwaters will all perform
April 25 at 1:46pm

QDMA’s ‘Wildlife Field Day’ set for Saturday in Clinton

Free event will be held at Idlewild Research Station beginning at 8 a.m.
April 25 at 10:44am
Speckled trout anglers out of Cocodrie have been catching solid fish pretty consistently this spring, according to Capt. Anthony Kyzar with Cajun Fishing & Hunting Charters.

Trout bite ‘busted wide open’ out of Cocodrie

Plastics, live shrimp and minnows all great methods to load up on specks, guide says
April 24 at 4:26pm

St. Bernard oysterman sentenced for Lake Robin violations

LDWF: Alfonso pled guilty to harvesting in polluted waters, license revoked for three years
April 24 at 1:38pm

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