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Robert Barham poses with framed photos and information from the old Coulee Refuge, which his family spearheaded.

The Coulee — a Barham family legacy

November 15 at 6:00am
If the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission approves a proposal Thursday, state anglers could begin catching red snapper during a fall state waters season as soon as Friday, Oct. 6.

Fall state waters snapper season could open as soon as Friday, Oct. 6

LWF Commission to decide on proposal during Thursday’s meeting in Baton Rouge
October 04 at 1:24pm
With more than 100,000 pounds available before the state's self-imposed snapper quota is reached, it's possible Louisiana anglers could get to snapper fish in state waters this fall.

LDWF: State red snapper fall season possible

Extended summer season left more than 100,000 pounds available
September 21 at 5:09pm

Proposal would remove bass slot limit on Caney Creek Reservoir

Catch and release reduces impact of length limit regulations, LDWF says
September 08 at 9:50am
Don’t underestimate the importance of preseason scouting to look for different hunting areas.

2017-18 WMA Forecast

A look at the public-land hunting for this year
September 01 at 7:00am

Fall inshore shrimp season to open statewide Friday, Aug. 18 at 6 a.m.

Commission voted to delay season originally set to open on Monday, Aug. 14
August 04 at 10:20am

Two southeast La. WMAs expand, gain duck-hunting wetlands

LWF Commission approves property for Salvador, Joyce WMAs
August 04 at 9:17am

Three men cited for alleged shrimping violations in Bastian Bay

Tickets issued early this morning in Plaquemines Parish, LDWF says
July 27 at 2:20pm
Louisiana anglers will get at least one more weekend — and maybe at least into August — to harvest red snapper out to 200 miles in the Gulf of Mexico during this summer's 39-day extended season.

LDWF: Red snapper anglers good to go through at least this weekend

About 385,000 pounds remain before self-imposed cutoff is reached
July 20 at 5:00pm
There's a chance Louisiana's red snapper anglers could see the extended season last all the way through Labor Day — if harvest catch rates remain consistent, according to the LDWF.

Update: LDWF says red snapper season could potentially last through Labor Day

Anglers averaging about 66,000 pounds per week, according to LA Creel
July 13 at 5:31pm
Right now it's anybody's guess as to exactly when Louisiana's extended red snapper season might end. Some numbers indicate it could close as early as mid-July, while other figures show it could last through the scheduled closing date of Labor Day.

Will Louisiana’s red snapper season make it all the way to Labor Day?

More data needed from LA Creel to determine potential early end date
July 06 at 3:53pm

Outdoor Channel star from Louisiana sentenced for poaching in Wyoming

Former Louisana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission chairman loses hunting and fishing privileges until 2019
June 27 at 3:13pm
The Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission will meet Monday, June 12, at 1:30 p.m. in Baton Rouge to decide if Louisiana will participate in an extended recreational Gulf red snapper season this summer.

LWF Commission schedules Monday meeting to decide on possible red snapper summer season

Both 27- and 39-day options are still in play, officials say
June 08 at 6:10pm
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries deferred a controversial red snapper pilot program until August at Thursday's Wildlife and Fisheries Commission meeting in Baton Rouge.

LDWF pulls controversial red snapper pilot program

Montoucet tells Commission study is being deferred until August
June 08 at 11:05am