Time travel is a scary proposition.
For one thing, you never know if the portal you slide down is two ways. I mean, really, when you’re vaporized from one era and reconstructed in another, is there any guarantee you’ll be able to get back to where you started? […]
If you’re a Louisiana resident, George W. Bush is the worst president you’ve ever had .Jimmy Carter was bad, but at least he was an equal-opportunity disaster. […]
Back in 1995, the fight to ban gill nets in Louisiana’s coastal waters was an ugly one. […]
Louisianasportsman.com is missing something this year.
An entire group of people who have dominated the posting board on our magazine’s website the last few winters have mysteriously disappeared.Where they have gone, no one can tell. […]
Jefferson Parish’s emergency preparedness guru, the affable Walter Maestri, says the destruction caused by hurricanes is the rent we pay to live in a place as wonderful as South Louisiana.
He’s right. […]
President Bush has had some sort of epiphany.
It’s obvious. Perhaps he was visited by the ghost of Christmas Future one sleepy August night on Pennsylvania Avenue. Maybe Christmas Future held the hand of the leader of the free world and took his spirit on a midnight stroll through the heart of America’s Wetland. […]
Monday, Nov. 7 — The jet stream, that great river of air that drives the continent’s weather, stretches in a mildly undulating line from Oregon to Maine, pushing storms and weather fronts from west to east across North America. […]
When was the last time you caught a limit of speckled trout? Think about it. When was the last time you and your buddies pulled slime-coated, contorted trout, one by one, from the ice chest, counted them and then picked up your rods to catch the number remaining?
Guides, many of whom are on the water 200 or more days a year, probably caught too many limits over the last year to count, but few weekend anglers, I’m certain, came anywhere close to equaling that level of success. […]