Greg Hackney give us a few tip to catch the Sac-a-lait in Louisiana […]
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife & Fisheries has scheduled an April 4 meeting in Monroe during which the 2013-14 waterfowl hunting dates will be discussed. […]
When oil and gas rigs were erected in the Gulf of Mexico, they were there for one reason and one reason alone — to tap into the fertile floor of the Gulf and extract fossil fuels for a rapidly growing (and mobile) America. […]
After a recent draining to combat the giant salvinia infesting the lake, Lake Bistineau is finally filling up again. And anglers are returning to fish the lake as the water rises and their favorite areas are once again becoming accessible. […]
If you’ve ever set nails in concrete with an explosive shell, you’re going to be familiar with the operational concept of one of the newest and most innovative firearms safety devices on the market.
It is called the “Safety Bullet.” […]
Dredges are becoming an ever more important part of an offshore angler’s tactics and tackle bag. Electric Fishing Reel Systems of Greensboro, N.C., is introducing the 2ST6 Tournament Dredge and are heralding it as the best, most- versatile and last dredge you will ever need.
The 2ST6 Tournament Dredge is constructed of stainless steel and titanium for a lifetime of use and durability, but its most unique feature is that it is modular and disassembles for easy storage. The designers identified construction and materials as two major concerns they wanted to overcome with existing dredges.
The materials used in most dredges are lead or aluminum for the head and stainless steel for the arms. These materials experience wear, deteriorate and break, and when there is a failure, the entire unit must be replaced. Most existing dredges are generally a yard or more wide, with crossing arms that require a 3×3-foot place to store.
Spain’s Running of the Bulls has nothing over ours: Every year, usually beginning somewhere between late February to early March and extending into April, huge schools of bull reds show up at the barrier islands and maul everything in the water. […]
When the press release about Garmin’s new marine-oriented Quatix sport watch hit my inbox, I opened it with lukewarm enthusiasm — but the more I read about it the more excited I got.
Two basic advantages of a watch with built-in GPS are that you don’t have to set it manually when you cross into another time zone and it can be accurate to within about a billionth of a second or, say, within one second every 30,000 years. […]
The 2013 red snapper fishing season opens Saturday off the coast of Louisiana, with state wildlife enforcement agents enforcing only state regulations out to just past 10 miles.
And reports from fishing guides indicate there are plenty of fish around the rigs.
“The snapper are so thick, they’ll pretty much bite on anything.” Tommy Pellegrin with Custom Charters said. […]