Recreational fishing in much of Southeast Louisiana was closed today at 6 p.m. as oil from the Deepwater Horizon disaster edged into to the coast. […]
Louisiana speckled trout fishermen are a dedicated bunch, for the most part fishing year round. But May seems to be a special month, heralding the onset of summer and its hot speck fishing. […]
The amount of oil leaking from the destroyed Deepwater Horizon could be five time more than originally believed, and the oil sheen was found just 16 miles out of South Pass yesterday afternoon, officials are reporting. […]
A 1983 tragedy generally gets the credit for GPS going public. Shortly after Korean Airlines flight 007 experienced navigational errors, strayed into restricted Russian airspace and was shot down by Russian fighters, President Reagan declassified GPS, allowing it to be used by civilians for more accurate navigation. […]
A Lake Charles outdoorsman, professional redfish fisherman and television fishing show host saw first-hand recently the painstaking effort one of the world’s leading artificial lure designers puts into making an artificial lure like the Flatt Shad. […]
You don’t see many houseboats with hot tubs.
“Leave it to Doc Fontaine to break new ground,” Pelayo said as he, Chris and I clamped up the stairs to the houseboat deck. And it’s not like his two-story Venice houseboat wasn’t ritzy enough without it. […]
I recently received an e-mail from a reader asking if I could help identify which wire is the ignition wire for his 1999 outboard motor. He stated that he was considering hooking up an onboard DC alternator charger. […]