Ask three fishermen what they like most about their radar units and you might well get three different answers.
The most-experienced user might tell you it ties with sonar as his most valuable fishing tool.
Not long after July 4, I’m pretty well burned out on fishing and already starting to think about hunting season.
Point-aux-Chenes has long been a popular fishing destination for kayak anglers because there are plenty of areas easily accessible from several launch spots and the fishing can be incredible.
However, there’s always a yearning to go farther than you can travel solely by human power. Well, Eddie Mullen has solved that problem.
Members of the D’Arbonne Kayak Club were instrumental in putting together the comprehensive small-boat tour brochuretitled “D’Arbonne Country Water Trails” to help paddlers find kayak-friendly waters.
July often brings diversity to coastal inshore fishing, as rivers fall and higher salinities prevail. Among the species that will get close to shore — or even inshore — are Spanish mackerel, jack crevalle, cobia, bluefish and tripletail.