Recently looking thru state maps I ran aross a larger section of state land 3500 acers including a 400 to 500 lake called Frog Lake. Just had to check it out,on my 1st trip I killed my limit of squirrel's to my surprise no one else was in the woods. Deer signs were unreal. On my 2nd trip I found that the area had seismic trails thru out which made it an easy way to the lake. Another surprise lots of ducks and no one in the area. It did take me 15 to 20 min south out of the Butte La Rose landing by boat till I got to the south point where the Atchafalaya River and Whiskey Bay Pilot Channel meet but it was right there on the east bank with easy access, anyone familiar with this area. It has be no one likes a 15 Min. boat ride, must be the reason for so much Deer in the area. see attached map. Maps of this area also availble thru the State Land Office you want to speak to Mr Clay Carter -Public Lands Utilization Manager 225-342-4600 or 225-342-4578 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Frog Lake is in T10S-R9E There may also be camp sites availble in this area.