I think the first time I ever noticed the abundance of doves during winter, I was duck hunting in the flooded rice fields of Northeast Louisiana. Adjacent to our waterhole was a dry field where row crops had grown earlier. […]
It was just another day at Leeville, at least according to guide Chad Billiot. “The wind is always blowing down here,” Billiot said. “The wind today at least allows me to use the trolling motor. […]
The first water temperature sensor I saw in a tackle shop was a weighted thermometer on a string that came with a list of fish species and the temperature that each species considered ideal. […]
Louisianasportsman.com is missing something this year.
An entire group of people who have dominated the posting board on our magazine’s website the last few winters have mysteriously disappeared.Where they have gone, no one can tell. […]
In a flooded pasture in northern Catahoula Parish, Dan Chason watched from the blind as a flight of six birds breezed in from the north. The ducks flapped in over the tops of the pine trees, banked into a light wind and seemed to lock in on the spread of decoys that Chason had conspicuously placed several days earlier. […]