Primetime for topwater action in Southeast Louisiana is here. With the coming of the next few full moons, big female trout will be at their spawning peak and will get extremely aggressive with topwater baits. […]
Red snapper season has been extended for six days because of rough seas that have prevented anglers from reaching the offshore fishing grounds, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced today (June 29). […]
Hunting success comes from planning ahead.
Even though the 2012 turkey season has ended and the 2012 deer season is months away, it is not time to leave the woods and go fishing; there is plenty of work to do to get the habitat in shape for the new turkey poults and for the upcoming deer season. […]
George Jeane Jr. took a medical leave from his duties as a touring FLW pro this year to recover from surgery, but on his first tournament back in the saddle he proved he can still catch the big ones when he landed a 13-pounder during a late-May tournament. […]
After eight straight days of wind so strong nobody could leave the launch, Capt. Marty LaCoste found calm and clean water yesterday morning (June 26), and those same conditions continued on his trip this morning. […]
Common definitions of the word “statistics” are: 1) the mathematics of the collection, organization and interpretation of numerical data, or 2) the science that deals with the analysis and interpretation of numerical data. […]
Persistent east winds in recent weeks, most notably in association with Tropical Storm Debby, have effectively put the summer trout slam on hold as rough seas keep most anglers from the outer bays. […]