A bill has been introduced in the Louisiana Legislature that would prohibit dredging for oysters on Big Lake, which according to Coastal Conservation Association Louisiana has seen both its oyster population and vertical reef structure decline since the mid-2000s when scrapers were first permitted as an allowable harvest method. […]
Speckled trout are invading inshore waters across the coast, and you can definitely build limits by drifting open-water bays. However, there’s a better way to fill your box with specks — but this tactic will only last a few more weeks. […]
Rad Trascher is a man on a mission right now.
The tournament director for the Coastal Conservation Association’s STAR Tournament is busy tagging redfish and speckled trout in advance of this year’s event, which kicks off in exactly one month — May 27. […]
Outdoorsmen might be focused right now on spawning specks, big redfish, lunker bass and sac-a-lait slabs, but when those first cool fronts start teasing us after the dog days of summer, teal will once again take center stage. […]
The South Louisiana Branch of the Quality Deer Management Association is holding a free seminar this Saturday, April 29, in Clinton on a wide variety of hunting topics, including how to butcher meat to comply with newly-implemented carcass importation restrictions. […]
A St. Bernard parish man who pleaded guilty to oyster violations committed last fall in Lake Robin was fined $950 and had his harvester license revoked for three years, according to the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries. […]