Finally, the worm has turned, and this stretch of cooler weather should help fishermen and hunters put meat on the table.
Outdoorsmen across Louisiana know its time to be outdoors. Cooler water temperatures mean more active bass and sac-a-lait, and we’re walking into the door of the deer, squirrel, rabbit and dove seasons.
Any evaluation of September’s 16-day teal season has to be taken with a grain of salt, maybe a little pepper and, for some, the onions and other spices making a celebratory duck dinner.
Louisiana’s recreational offshore anglers will be allowed to catch red snapper under new guidelines issued Wednesday by the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.
MANY— Top 20 results from 152-team Louisiana High School BASS Nation-West Division bass tournament held from Cypress Bend on Toledo Bend with anglers, their high school/team, number of bass weighed in parentheses (5-bass limit), total weight in po…
Except for power and water restoration for some, recovery for thousands more across southeast Louisiana appears to be weeks, months, maybe a year after Hurricane Ida left a vast, destructive swath across as many as 18 parishes.
A low Mississippi River and Atchafalaya Basin and Gulf of Mexico waters warm, almost hot, and the approaching hurricane is building in to the dangerous Category 3 maybe Cat 4 level.
The call came late in the afternoon, and the unmistakable voice on the other end was the always-excited Venice charterboat skipper Peace Marvel.
If there is one overwhelming reason hundreds of thousands of Louisianans like to fish is because they like to eat their catches.
GRAND ISLE — Saturday’s final leaderboard from the three-day 93-annual International Grand Isle Tarpon Rodeo with anglers, their hometowns (boat name and boat captain listed in tag & release divisions) and weight of their catches in pounds and…
Coming off a six weeks of rain, and coming into what appears to be the beginning of the “dog days,” it’s time to change your fishing strategy if you plan to catch fish the rest of the summer.
There’s no busier fishing destination in the Deep South these days than the roads, marinas and waters from The Fourchon south on La. 1 to Grand Isle.
Knowing all the skips we had during 2020’s heightening awareness of the pandemic, it’s OK if rodeos, bass tournaments and all other manners of outdoors contests and adventures carried over its “annual” label for their events.
Knowing most of the adults are leading the way, it’s always a welcomed time when Junior Southwest Bassmasters sends in the report from its latest on-the-water get-together.
PLAQUEMINE — Top seven teams in the two-day Westwide Bassmasters tournament held from Jack Miller’s Landing with anglers, number of bass weighed in parentheses (5-bass daily limit) and total catch weight in pounds:
Fish, frenzy, frolicking, fun, sweat, sob stories, weather (fair and foul), beer (and other icy concoctions), water, waves and friends all add up to rodeo time in south Louisiana.