Mike Malone of Sulphur, La. tallied up his best day of speckled trout fishing this past weekend while fishing in Vermilion Bay during a scouting trip for the upcoming Lafayette Kayak Club trout fishing tournament. And he wasn’t the only one. […]
When there’s a big fall bite going on in The Cove, Cypremort Point anglers know that typically means speckled trout have finally moved in adjacent to camps and piers in an easily accessible spot on the east shore of Vermilion Bay.
Word spreads quickly, and an armada of boats and anglers soon move in to battle specks in what’s a fall tradition for the area.
A New Iberia father and his juvenile son were cited last week after a lengthy investigation by the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries for allegedly shooting an Iberia Parish black bear in the fall of 2015.
Like gold, speckled trout are where you find them.
Ahh, but that’s the rub: finding them.
They are aggressive fish — not that hard to catch, but you gotta find them. Like roving wolves, they are mobile, and they are fast.
Heavy rains Friday morning and an ominous weekend forecast prompted officials to cancel CCA Louisiana’s 5th Annual Specks and Spots fishing tournament scheduled for Saturday at Quintana Landing at Cypremort Point.
A 52-year-old New Iberia man was cited for allegedly killing a Louisiana black bear while hog hunting near Cypremort Point in St. Mary Parish on Feb. 28, according to a news release from the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.