Most people shudder at the though of catching yellow fever. The dreaded disease, which is contracted from infected mosquitos, was last recorded in New Orleans in 1905. […]
Keith Barre watched a couple of 8-points on his Washington Parish lease grow, consistently collecting pictures of them from trail cameras. […]
“The Secret” is out: Redfish can’t hide from the H&H Lure Co. spoon designed mostly by a Metairie outdoorsman who specializes in sporting goods and racks up redfish after redfish on the FLW Redfish Tour. […]
GPS units navigate by satellites that circle the earth twice a day at an altitude of almost 11,000 miles, yet the system can take you back to within a boat length of a location you saved in memory. […]
Beginning in August and extending into October is the annual “bull-red run.” During this time, most of Louisiana’s passes and channels into the Gulf of Mexico will witness the twinkling of lights from anglers’ boats as they fish the nighttime hours for the bronze-skinned, heavyweight sluggers. […]
In one fluid motion, I made a cast toward the little trenasse that emptied into the canal we were fishing, located just past the mouth of Mosquito Bayou on the northeast side of Mosquito Bay.
Also in fluid motion, I raised my leg in crane-like fashion, and used the top of my foot to itch whatever decided to bite the back of my calf while I wasn’t looking. […]