My son and I fished the Lake Coquille area this morning. Got our limit of 18'/20' Reds by 8:30am. But you couldn't buy a Spec with a bag of diamonds.
That is all. When someone puts an ad in Reports rather than Classifieds, it should be deleted immediately.
I hope we can keep it for our grandkids.
First of 9 pictures.
This is a pretty neat guide. I figured someone out there might appreciate it. I have it saved as a MSWord.doc. If anyone wants it in that format click on 'Contact User', send me an email, and I'll send It to you.
No road kills please.
Type I Offshore Life Jackets provided at no charge.
Is there such a thing as a simple basic GPS that is reasonably inexpensive without a lot of bells and whistles that will get you from place to place in the marsh?
Try these with your next fish fry or BBQ.
Hey guys, how about posting the date and parish of your first 2017 fawn sighting.
I have three cameras out in St. Helena Parish. No fawns yet as of my last check on June 25th., but lots of big bellied does.
It sure would be nice if 'Last Post', 'Replies' and 'Views' were added to the forum pages, as shown in the picture. It's a common feature of most forums.
As it is now, it's very difficult to tell if comments have been added to a topic you have already viewed.
The title says it all. A half-hour of on-line research turned up lots of opinions but little in the way of facts. Evidentially neither the State WL&F or DEQ test or publish recent info regarding the Mississippi River.
What say you? Do you eat them?
Check out this big guy and compare his size to deer about the same distance from the camera. The camera is on one of my food plots near Greensburg, LA.
I could while away the hours
Conferrin' with the flowers,
Consulting with the rain;
And my head I'd be a scratchin'
While my thoughts are busy hatchin'
If I only had a brain.
It looks as though FBI Director James Comey can no longer protect Hillary Clinton from her illegal email activity and lying to the American people, Congress and the FBI.
Pictures tell the story.
If you need a good laugh, check this out.
This pretty much covers it.
By Allen West1:44pm August 28, 2016
If thereâs one thing I live for, itâs football season, especially college. Saturday night I was enjoying a fantastic game between Charleston Southern University and North Dakota State University. The game went into overtime and ended with the Bison of NDSU winning 24-17. However, as I watched this thrilling game, it was an item on the ESPN news ticker that disturbed me â to which I see a need to respond to this âteachable moment.â
As reported yesterday, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick refused to stand for the National Anthem in Fridayâs pre-season game against Green Bay because he was protesting âblack oppressionâ in the United States. The Niners went on to lose.
The NFL issued a statement that said players are encouraged but not required to stand for the national anthem. Hmm, this is the same NFL that refused to allow the Dallas Cowboys to wear a helmet decal in honor of the fallen Dallas Police officers gunned down on Thursday July 7th.
This is the same NFL that said nothing when players from the St. Louis Cardinals displayed the false narrative symbol of âhands up, dont shootâ â which we know didnât happen. I find it rather interesting that the NFL has no issue disrespecting law enforcement officers but only âencouragesâ players to respect the symbol of our nation, the American flag, and our anthem, the Star Spangled Banner.
However, I would recommend a simple scripture from the wise King Solomon for Mr. Kaepernick, Proverbs 17:28 (NIV): âEven fools are thought wise if they keep silent, and discerning if they hold their tongues.â
Or, as the old folks down South would say, âbest for a stupid person to keep their mouth shut and not open it and let everyone know they are.â
Mr. Kaepernick, a bi-racial young man adopted and raised by white parents, claims America is oppressing blacks at a time when we have a black, bi racial president who was twice elected. Weâve had two black attorneys general and currently have a black secretary of homeland security, along with a black national security advisor. Here in Dallas our police chief, whom I know, is an outstanding black leader. The officer in Milwaukee who shot the armed assailant after issuing an order to drop his weapon was black. Is Mr. Kaepernick following suit and cherry-picking what he terms âoppression?â First of all, let me clarify to you sir, you are a multi-millionaire âone-percenterâ just because you can throw a ball and kiss your biceps. Men like Jesse Owens, Jackie Robinson, Hank Aaron, Oscar Robertson, Ernie Davis, and Bernard King and Condredge Halloway of my alma mater were athletes who knew of oppression. You sir may certainly have the right to sit upon your âfourth point of contactâ when the National Anthem is played but never forget, you live in a nation that has provided you the privilege to have that right.
My story is one I wish to share. My dad was a corporal in the U.S. Army and served during World War II. He was born in 1920 and knew oppression. Yet, when he sat me down on the steps of our home, 651 Kennesaw Ave NE in Atlanta, he shared with me that there was no greater honor or privilege, than to wear the uniform of these United States. Perhaps that âs why his first and middle sons, along with his grandson, are all U.S. combat veterans, just like Dad. Herman West Sr. was not a victim, and he raised men who would never allow anyone to suppress or oppress them. Perhaps you should stop trying to make victims and admonish people, black people, to be victors â try it, and you may find that more satisfying than your insidious action and word vomiting.
If you want to know about oppression of blacks in America, past and present, how about you ask Rep. Nancy Pelosi of the San Fran Bay Area about the policies that decimated the black family? Maybe you can cross the Bay over to Oakland and ask Rep. Barbara Lee about the 13 to15 million black babies killed since 1973, and ask her who is Margaret Sanger?
Or perhaps you can ask the two California senators, Boxer and Feinstein, about who doesnât support better education opportunities for black children in the inner cities â school choice, vouchers, charter schools, home schooling.
Perhaps you didnât know Barack Obama was the one who cancelled the DC school voucher program for deserving young black children â talk about oppression. Is that something youâre willing to do, or is it just too difficult?
You should look at whoâs been controlling the communities and cities where blacks live. This isnât not about what America has done; itâs about what a certain group, a political party has done. And your somewhat backhanded comment towards our law enforcement officers â well, wonder how many times San Francisco PD has protected you?
Here is the deal young man. My recommendation is that you apologize. Be a stand up fella and admit you made a very stupid comment. Humbly state that you do realize how very special this country is and the opportunities it has afforded you â and many others. You should take that stand and apologize to all of those who are currently serving in our Armed Forces and those veterans whoâve been willing to make that last full measure of devotion. You see, when the National Anthem is played, it has a very special meaning to us â maybe you should take a hiatus and go over to Helmand Province in Afghanistan and spend a week and understand why. Go over and throw a football with the men and women who enable you to earn those millions of dollars.
The American flag has a very touching meaning for those of us for whom it will drape our coffin â as it was for my Dadâ¦and it will be for me. That song defines who we are as a proud and exceptional people. This is a land where so many dream of coming to and earning the title of American. Your actions were shameful, disgusting, despicable and disrespectful.
You do have a right and a freedom of _expression. But know, there are consequences to your ignorant action, which is what it was.
When the National Anthem is played, I salute because I am a black man born and raised in the inner city afforded the opportunity for greatness in my own right. May you seek Godâs forgiveness and find humility, because we, the people are not going to forget what you did and said.