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A comment titled: smallmouth in response to a report titled: Smallmouth bass?

I know water temps play a role but that doesnt explain why there are catchable smallmouth populations in other southern states that have the same weather temps as north La. I remember reading somewhere that fla and La were the only states that did not have a catchable smallmouth population. had something to do with the lack of rock/hard bottom for them to spawn on

March 21, 2013 at 1:43pm
A comment titled: doirons-cat in response to a report titled: Lake verret to catouatche

I've never made the run but hear its about a 2 hour run. take that fwiw. I would recommend making the run with another boat. seems like something always happens on those long runs

February 20, 2013 at 8:52am
A comment titled: reply in response to a report titled: Basin Bass

'Bstrict- I find your comment insulting and inapropriate!!!'
Sorry.

'Let me guess,english teacher?'
Chemist (pre-med biology major)

'So you're saying, all of those that want to keep and eat fish are uneducated? Is that right?'
completely wrong. you can keep and eat fish the way it is now. I do.

try again.

February 20, 2013 at 8:19am
A comment titled: JB in response to a report titled: Spillway Bass Limits

congrats to your dad! thats a hell of a fish. I know of a lot of 4s, 5s, and 6s that were caught in the last week or so... even heard of an 8lber

but I guess they dont make it past 4 years either

February 19, 2013 at 12:05pm
A comment titled: study in response to a report titled: Spillway Bass Limits

you guys need to take the 'scientific study' that LDWF conducted with a grain of salt. most of their 'study' was conducted around Henderson and on the west side of the Atchafalaya River. Most of us dont even fish those areas. catch surveys were only conducted following natural events that caused fish kills. not during the 'good years'. they didnt even conduct a single shock test on the verret side. and only 6 or 7 shock studies in areas that I fish out of belle river public down to russo's. IMO the study is a joke and does not reflect what is really going on in the basin. People that are taking this study as 'scientific fact' are uneducated people who can not read and evaluate what LDWF really conducted. and that is a BS study to justify lowering the limits.

unfortunately most of the people that are in favor of this study and take it as 'scientific fact' dont know the difference between you, you're and your or there, their, and they're.

edit: limits should be calculated based upon pounds of fish per square mile. not 'well they just gonna die anyway so let people eat'

February 19, 2013 at 12:04pm
A comment titled: study in response to a report titled: Basin Bass

you guys need to take the 'scientific study' that LDWF conducted with a grain of salt. most of their 'study' was conducted around Henderson and on the west side of the Atchafalaya River. Most of us dont even fish those areas. catch surveys were only conducted following natural events that caused fish kills. not during the 'good years'. they didnt even conduct a single shock test on the verret side. and only 6 or 7 shock studies in areas that I fish out of belle river public down to russo's. IMO the study is a joke and does not reflect what is really going on in the basin. People that are taking this study as 'scientific fact' are uneducated people who can not read and evaluate what LDWF really conducted. and that is a BS study to justify lowering the limits.

unfortunately most of the people that are in favor of this study and take it as 'scientific fact' dont know the difference between you, you're and your or there, their, and they're.

edit: limits should be calculated based upon pounds of fish per square mile. not 'well they just gonna die anyway so let people eat'

February 19, 2013 at 11:46am
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