This is it: You don’t have to wait any longer.
The month we long for with impatient anticipation throughout the entire year has finally arrived in all its spring glory. […]
The 14-inch-minimum-size limit on all black bass — both largemouth and spotted — in the Atchafalaya Basin, Lakes Verret, Palourde, Fausse Point/Dauterive areas has been in effect since the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew in 1992. […]
The Sure-Loc Lethal Weapon is a dependable, accurate bow sight loaded with a host of new features, including the popular Retina Lock, which will identify even the slightest torque or change in anchor point. […]
May 5 — Second annual Cane Country Fly Fest, Cane Riverbank, Natchitoches. Time: 8 a.m.-3 p.m. No cost. Seminars, casting instruction, fly tying demos, kayak demos, vendor exhibits and fishing. Sponsored by the Cane Country Fly Casters club. […]
When I first moved to New Orleans as a (very) young man in the mid-1960s, I just knew that I was a fishing hot dog. I thought I knew all there was to know about catching bass, bream, white perch and catfish — and that’s where the fishing world ended. […]
Jim Looney is more than the average angler, with 12 fishing booklets to his credit. The books focus on how to catch bass, bream and sac-a-lait in the Grand Bayou-Lake Verret area, as well as the Atchafalaya Basin, and redfish and speckled trout in Pointe au Chien. […]
Modern bass fishermen are known for their endless array of fancy and expensive equipment. Fishing with Jim Looney is like a throwback to a simpler time, a time when it seemed like any angler could be reasonably confident of catching bass. […]