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Theriot man cited for allegedly possessing 42 bass in Falgout Canal

Enforcement agents with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries cited a 31-year-old Theriot man on Sunday for allegedly possessing 42 bass in Terrebonne Parish.

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Yesterday at 8:50 am
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Jordan Lee wins 2017 Bassmaster Classic

In 2013, Jordan Lee was a member of the Auburn University fishing team. On Sunday, he was on top of the professional bass fishing world.

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March 26 at 9:35 pm
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Classic Day 2: Ehrler maintains lead, Crochet slips to 11th and Lavigne climbs to 14th

The three Louisiana anglers participating in the 2017 Bassmaster Classic all had different levels of success during Day 2 Saturday on Lake Conroe.

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March 25 at 10:03 pm
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Ehrler leads Classic after Day 1, Cajun Baby in third

Pierre Part’s Cliff Crochet was very open before this year’s Bassmaster Classic, saying he was solely focusing on winning.

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March 24 at 10:03 pm
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Go big or go home

“If you want to catch a giant bass on Lake D’Arbonne, now is the time to do it,” according to Todd Risinger.

Risinger isn’t bashful about that prediction, and he even goes further.

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March 24 at 4:34 pm
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Who'll win the 2017 Classic on Lake Conroe?

Much like the Super Bowl-winning quarterback or the World Series MVP, the angler who comes out on top Sunday afternoon at the 2017 Bassmaster Classic being contested this week on Lake Conroe will likely experience a truly life-changing event.

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March 22 at 2:09 am
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Port Barre man dies at Toledo Bend

A 71-year-old Port Barre man died Monday afternoon after apparently falling out of his boat in the Pirate's Cove area of Toledo Bend, according to the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.

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March 21 at 2:50 pm
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Does snelling a hook increase your bass-fishing odds?

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Snelling straight-shanked hooks when punching for bass has become accepted as the way to go because setting the hook causes it to push against the weight and kick outward.

In fact, LouisianaSportsman.com has run stories praising the technique.

But is it really better than just tying a palomar knot?

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March 16 at 4:18 pm
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