Ahhhhh! Smell that?
That, my friends, is the smell of fresh air in our new, clean environment. […]
Grand Isle is a seven-square-mile barrier island connected to the rest of Louisiana by a narrow causeway. […]
Taking a topwater to the crotch doesn’t sound like something a speckled trout angler would have to worry about. Sling a trout in the boat, let him flop around on the floor, grab him and unhook him. […]
“Well, at least the pork chop sandwich is good.” A half hour earlier, at 5 a.m., I stepped out of my truck under the Seabrook Bridge and a 20-mph wind hit me in the face like I had been smacked with a cast-iron frying pan. […]
Seldom do anglers associate “freshwater” and “big-game fish” together. But Louisiana, with the continent’s largest rivers, large and small lakes and reservoirs, vast freshwater marshes and seemingly endless miles of small rivers, bayous and streams, is home to several species of large freshwater fish. […]
I love to fish the Delacroix area, especially Lake Lery, at any time of the year, but especially during July. If you fish around Delacroix this month, you’ll catch 20 or 30 bass and the same number of speckled trout and redfish. […]