Prairieville hunter Michael Campo thought his hunting season in Delacroix was wild when he shot a goose the day after Thanksgiving — but things really became weird Jan. 16 when he rolled a gadwall sporting feathers reminiscent of Donald Trump’s signature blond comb-over.
“It looked a little funny but when we picked it up we knew it was different,” Campo said of the leucistic-phase duck.
If you live in Southeast Louisiana and want to catch quick limits of reds and specks, you should point your truck toward Delacroix.
But where you fish is going to determine which species you catch this month — because one will be shallow while the other will be in deeper water.
Roy Williams is the owner and producer of Nevalost LLC. His original company, Drafting Etc., was started in 1985 and focused on engineering drafting and technical drawings, with a little oilfield mapping as well.
According to Capt. Chad Dufrene (985-637-6357), the trout are into inside waters in full force, and depending on just how cold it gets, the specks could be anywhere from Bakers Bay to Little Lake and Grand Lake — and all points in between.