I dont know how many people read these reports or how many live in baton rouge that fish the brec park ponds. But I wanted to see who might chime in on a question I have. I fish the parks in baton rouge, probably just as much or more than I fish out of a boat. And when fishing out of a boat in a public waterway or fishing in the ponds around town I throw back the bass I catch. My question is what do you think about the people that go fish a public park and fill their stringer or ice chest with fish out of the public ponds? I realize it's a public resource but really? What do yall think?
Put a few fish in the boat yesterday, soft plastics tight to cover.
Don't waste your time by trying to fish the pigeon area. I had a few spots I wanted to check and I needed to run my boat. I found the water way too high to fish my usual areas. It'll have to come down a good bit in my opinion before it gets good.
I'm interested in getting a map card for my gps. I have a HUMMINBIRD 898 and really don't know which card or brand would be the best. I fish in both fresh and saltwater. Anyone have any suggestions on what would be the best product to purchase? Any advice is appreciated. Thanks.
Spent my day in the spillway yesterday. I noticed lots and lots of tall green grass on the edges and in the middle of many canals. Has this type of grass always been in the spillway? Or is this another invasive? It's looks like this grass may be worse than the hyacinths.
I like fried fish but like catching bass even more. What do you all think about keeping the bass you catch? I met a bass fisherman from up north and he said they consider them a sport fish, not really a food fish. I know in some places harvest is a part of conservation or so I've heard. But do you think everyone keeping the ones they can has a negative effect on the bass population? Or, is it more natural causes down here in Louisiana that affect them?
Wanted to see if anyone had much luck fishing false river this weekend. I caught one nice keeper and that was it. I saw a bunch of boats. Wondering how everybody else did fishing at night.
Got a trip planned for this Friday and Saturday. Wondering what kind of chances we have catching after this front rolls through. Going after specks and reds. Anyone have any advice?