March 06 at 11:53am
I live on Claycut Bayou in Baton Rouge which flows into the Amite. We also have a small neighborhood pond. For years, we would catch a good number of sac a lait including some really nice ones this time of year. Well, our neighborhood and the pond flooded in the Great flood of 2016, resulting in the neighborhood pond and Claycut bayou as one for a couple days. I haven't caught but maybe 5 sac a lait since! Could the flood have this negative of an effect on the fishing. Thoughts? Thanks!