Features from March 2019

Columns - March 2019

Outdoor Updates - March 2019

Field Notes - March 2019

  • Frog tactics
    For an angler, the frog offers a great search bait for covering lots of water and finding key staging areas for bass.
  • Louisiana’s most edible mushroom
    You can find delicious, oyster mushrooms at high-end markets — or you can harvest them for free in many wooded areas in Louisiana.
  • March is time to fertilize small ponds
    With spring just around the corner and water temperatures on the rise, pond owners should proceed to the next level of their continual improvement program.
  • Move, move for specks
    Spring speckled trout will move miles to get away from muddy water because they need water with higher salinity.
  • Trailer tactics: Make sure the shoe fits
    One of the most-overlooked aspects of purchasing a boat is the trailer. Here are some things that need to be considered.
  • Try three baits for March bass
    These three bass fishing patterns have always seemed to be among the best to fish in March.
  • Whitetail scouting starts now
    Feb. 1 is the prime day to start scouting deer for next year across most of Louisiana.

Hot Spots - March 2019

  • Battle bayou bulls
    If you want to do battle with bull reds and the bull drum that also bite in the same locations, several areas at Grand Bayou Dularge offer the opportunity in March.
  • High water has Toledo Bend on
    Lots of shallow bass, headed to the spawn, should make March bass fishing great at Toledo Bend.