The Red River is known for its catfish and crappie, but even in September it will produce a full ice chest of bass. It’s just a matter of knowing where to fish. […]
Eight men were cited in two separate Catahoula Lake incidents this weekend for killing more teal than legal limits allow, the Louisiana Department of Wildlife & Fisheries reported today (Sept. 17). […]
When Hurricane Isaac blew through South Louisiana in late August, anglers across the region waiting for the inevitable fish kills. And, true to form, there were areas in which fish turned belly up.
The Atchafalaya Basin was no exception, but there were still bass to be caught, one local tournament angler found during a trip that ended with nearly 100 fish being boated. […]
Dove season opens Saturday and you just got off the phone with your hunting buddy. He has wrangled an invitation from a farmer friend to a dove field for the two of you, and he says the field is swarming with birds. […]
Some deer hunters in Southeast Louisiana could face more-restrictive hunting regulations because of Hurricane Isaac’s storm surge, which is believed to have killed many of the fawns where waters were pushed the highest, a Louisiana Department of Wildlife & Fisheries biologists said in mid September. […]
Delta Marina in Empire is back in operation after Hurricane Isaac knocked out power and interrupted access to lower Plaquemines Parish, Darren Angelo confirmed yesterday (Sept. 12).
Angelo said live bait is available, and that the fishing reports from the area are fantastic. The temporary phone number for the marina (until the main phone lines are restored) is 318-801-0743. […]
As we enter the final days before the 2012 teal season, there’s much to look forward to for most hunters across the Bayou State. Record drought to our north has combined with record numbers of birds reported to be winging south this fall. […]