|Erosion gobbles up Plaquemines Parish hotspots
May 14 at 1:28 pm
“Accuse not Nature, she hath don her part.”
—Paradise Lost, John Milton, 1667
It’s a busy morning off the floor of the state House of Representatives, where lobbyists and reporters are bird-dogging lawmakers, looking for votes and quotes. Still new to freshman Rep. Chris Leopold, a Republican from Belle Chasse whose district follows the winding Mississippi River well below Venice, the pace and stress of ongoing budget hearings are beginning to show.
|A turkey for dad
May 13 at 9:00 am
When you hear “Phfffffftt,” you know a strutting tom is close and it is time to get ready.
|House restores money to Artificial Reef Fund, shuns LDWF land purchase
May 10 at 5:18 pm
The House of Representatives voted late this afternoon to advance the state's $24.7 billion budget plan for the next fiscal year, and in the process took firm stances on line items related to sportsmen.
|Popular trout-fishing destination known as the Pickets being removed
May 10 at 1:46 pm
The Pickets are hallowed ground in the Houma trout-fishing world. If you fish out of Cocodrie and Dularge during the summer, the odds are pretty darned good you schedule time at this perennial hotspot to add big specks to your box.
|Battery Maintenance by Front to Back Boat Service
May 09 at 6:00 pm
If you run batteries in your boat, then this is a segment you want to see. How to make sure you have power when you need it.
|CCA Star Tournament
May 09 at 6:00 pm
Fish the Louisiana Coastal Conservation Association Star Tournament
|Pending state-record turkey killed during public lottery hunt
May 09 at 3:13 pm
Thirty-one year old Dustin Pole, who lives in Welsh, was understandably disappointed when his name was not drawn for the first of three lottery turkey hunts on West Bay Wildlife Management Area this past season.
|Bill banning possession of red snapper moves forward in state Legislature
May 09 at 9:31 am
The drive by a state senator to outlaw the possession of Gulf red snapper for recreational and commercial fishermen, as well as everyone else in Louisiana, cleared its first hurdle Wednesday, and the debate now swims to the full Senate for further consideration.
May 08 at 9:00 am
Look at a map of eastern Louisiana, from Bastrop to New Roads, and you’ll realize the power of the mighty Mississippi. Over millennia, the great river has carved out dozens of deep waterways, most of which have become isolated from the river’s flow.
|Sportsman TV - Nothing's Safe on Sportsman TV
May 07 at 3:07 pm
If it walks, crawls, swims, or flies we're goin after it! Nothing's Safe on Sportsman TV.
|Polaris XP Sales Event
May 07 at 3:00 pm
Polaris XP Sales Event is here.
|CCA - Coastal Conservation Association
May 07 at 2:56 pm
CCA - Coastal Conservation Association
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