The latest magazine edition packed with fishing, hunting information
The April issue of Louisiana Sportsman is being finalized and will soon be at the printers, which means the 268-page bible of the state’s outdoors will soon be hitting newsstands and mailboxes around the state.
This issue has everything needed to up the odds of success for all manner of fishing, as well as turkey hunting and even deer hunting.
The lineup of features includes:
Learn best turkey-hunting tactics from Franklinton’s Randy Stafford, who has killed turkeys in 49 of the 50 states in the Union. By Chris Ginn
In Plain View
Caney Lake was once THE lake to fish for lunker bass, and this angler thinks it’s working its way back to the top of the list of Louisiana trophy lakes. By Andy Crawford
Few places get fished more heavily than Bayou Teche, but that’s because it always seems to deliver the goods. By John Flores
Timbalier Bay is eroding faster than Obama’s approval numbers, but it still produces a crazy amount of fish. By Jerald Horst
The Speck Effect
Lafitte anglers change their trout-targeting tactics this time of year. By Chris Ginn
It’s not the Olympics, but maybe fishing in Delacroix this month should be! By Rusty Tardo
D’Arbonne’s Daffy Divers
Catfish grabbing might be just a little bit crazy, but these guys have a ‘hole’ lotta fun doing it. By Jerald Horst
Pardon the Perfection
There’s absolutely nothing to not love about Bedico Creek in April. By Humberto Fontova.
Take advantage of the weather windows this month, and share in some of the best tuna action of the year. By Chris Ginn
Fish these things smartly, and you won’t want to tie on anything else this time of year. By David A. Brown
This Mississippi hunter has figured out how to convert a small-acreage tract into a family paradise. By Todd Masson
In addition to these featured articles, the issue also is packed with news from LouisianaSportsman.com, fishing reports from around the state and information on some of the newest outdoor products on the market.
So look for the magazine on newsstands or, if you’re a subscriber, in your mailbox beginning next week. Or, as soon as the issue is uploaded to LouisianaSportsman, you can download the digital edition right to your computer, smartphone or tablet.
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