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Sunscreen FAQs

Here are some facts about sunscreen, compliments of the American Academy of Dermatology.

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July 20 at 6:00 am
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The worst of times

It’s easy to think about sunscreen when it’s a bluebird day and the sun is baking everything it touches.

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July 20 at 6:00 am
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Best practices for sunscreen

I can remember when it was important to get a tan. Back in high school it was just the thing to do. In fact, I remember buying “tanning lotion” to move the process along.

It was like slathering on liquid Crisco.

And it was stupid.

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July 19 at 2:00 pm
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Focus on bridges for summer bass

Summer heat sends most bass to the depths, looking for cooler waters and food sources. Bass pile up around deep-water points and ledges, but one of the most-overlooked structures comes in the form of bridge pilings.

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July 18 at 5:38 pm
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The key to a good night’s sleep

There are two things that wake me up and keep me up: a barking dog and a snorer.

So I’ve been known to scream at dogs in the middle of the night (hey, if the neighbor wants to sleep, he can stop his stupid dog from yapping). 

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July 18 at 6:00 am
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Sight-fishing the way to go in Pointe-aux-Chenes

Denham Springs’ Darren Cooper was once a die-hard bass angler, but he’s given up chasing those green fish to spend as much time at his Pointe-aux-Chenes camp catching redfish.

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July 07 at 8:41 pm
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Newly redesigned forum is better than ever

Social media offers a lot of advantages, but outdoorsmen looking to talk hunting and fishing can find Facebook and Twitter distracting.

Fear not: LouisianaSportsman.com has the perfect solution.

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July 06 at 1:46 pm
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LA Creel not enough to cover full snapper management, biologist says

Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Secretary Charlie Melancon’s opposition to a congressional bill to hand over red snapper management to the Gulf states hinged on the bill’s lack of federal funding and what he estimated could be a $10 million annual price tag.

But that flew in the face of previous statements by his predecessor’s administration, which said in a congressional hearing that the agency had plenty of money for state management thanks to a saltwater fishing license increase instituted to fund the data-collection program known as LA Creel.

So who’s correct?

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July 05 at 11:33 am
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