“Finding a good tournament fishing partner is kind of like finding a good wife,” said Chag’s Sporting Goods owner Ray Chagnard. “If you’re going to play this game right, you’ve got to work to create a partnership that works.” […]
It was obvious the day was going to get wet as Toledo Bend guide Glen Freeman pulled his boat away from the landing. A thick bank of dark clouds was on the northern horizon, evidence of an impending cold front. […]
The scene was nearly too much to take in.
A flock of seven gray ducks rode a 15-m.p.h. tailwind from east to west about a hundred yards to the south of our blind. Their flapping silhouettes were the perfect accent to the rich-blue sky that served as a canvas far more beautiful than anything ever painted by man. […]
You don’t have to be a genius to figure out when the crappie are biting in the channel at Lake D’Arbonne in Farmerville. Drive across any of the bridges that cross the lake, and you’ll see boats lined up as far as the eye can see. […]
The only anglers immune to the buffeting winds the last few days are those in the protected duck ponds chasing redfish. Capt. Bill Lake with Bayou Guide Service (985-851-6015) says he’s been taking what he can get while he waits on the trout to turn on. […]
The wind has been relentless in Southeast Louisiana the past few days, but that hasn’t stopped Capt. Lloyd Landry with Outcast Fishing Charters (504-912-8291) from putting his customers on redfish on both sides of the Mississippi River. […]