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Went fishing over the thanksgiving weekend, and filmed it. Made a short video, yall check it out!!

Thanks!

December 14, 2016 at 9:51pm

looking for some bank fishing, catfish, bass, sac-alait anything, near BR ?
thanks guys

May 06, 2013 at 5:54pm

I fished with the Phil Robichaux fishing charters crew today. We fished with them just over a month ago and we had a great day putting 100 trout in the box. Well, this morning was a really good morning also. We ran south and hit a shell bar and we started putting some really good trout in the boat. Throwing Chart. Ghost Minnows under a cork the action remained steady until a big squall ran us back in to the dock at 11am. By that time we had put 73 trout with all of them over 16 inches in the box plus 3 nice reds for good measure.
Between Capt. James Wilson, with his ridiculous knowledge of these fish, and Capt. Lane Zimmer with these GHOST MINNOWS, Lafitte should be the new 'Du', anytime soon

April 30, 2013 at 8:33am

New to the Bow game , and before I hear it a million times, I kno PRACTICE, and lot of it, Im looking more for set up of stand, good places to look on almost anyones land, we hunt a small tract of land, pines and hardwood sloughs, lots of thickets , ridges and drop off creeks, and backs up to the tickfaw, one of the hardest places ive hunted, pre season cleaning doesn't help at all, everything grows back thicker,im just looking for tips pointers, basic knowledge, down to the smallest details, knowledge is a powerful thing in a mans quest for game.

thanks guys

April 18, 2013 at 12:31am

We left Seaway Marina at Safelight with Capt. James, of Phil Robichaux Charters, we wanted to catch some speckled trout and thats what we did.We crossed Little Lake yesterday morning and it wasn't to bad with the 15mph winds.Hit the trout spot and it was on.We were catching them real good till the wind jumped up over 25mph. We had 50 in the box and had to work for the last 50. Butwe picked away at them and we finished the day with our 100 trout limit plus one lone redfish.

Beyond worth every penny!!

Thanks so much Capt. James!!

March 11, 2013 at 9:45am

Since everything south of Baton Rouge is cut by more than half, as far as days are concerned. Im looking now more to the north, we have more than 230 acres in big bend,that the family owns, but a ton of family,and they hunt everyday,now im just looking for tips, help, hunting partners, on public lands, i will be around spring bayou, grassy lake, Three rivers, these places to duck and deer hunt, and looking for serious help
Am open to all suggestions
Thanks to all, and God Bless

October 08, 2012 at 10:44am

just wondering hows it fishing, what they are biting on, any hot spots, going try it out, and i need the help

April 16, 2012 at 12:35pm

Right in the Horseshoe Cove by the beach, he was just swimming on the top, pretty sure its a very old red... i was corrected its a drum. Caught on 17 lb test Suffix braid, 6'6' foot medium action rod, spincast reel, Pop Cork, and Frozen Shrimp

August 23, 2011 at 10:05am
A comment titled: thank in response to a report titled: New to the Bow game, looking for some help

like the old saying you learn something everyday, its true, thanks guys keep it coming, I will be posting pics, video, and updates as often, and complete as possible

thanks again
this convo needs to continue on

May 11, 2013 at 2:00am
A comment titled: thanksthanks bigjim in response to a report titled: New to the Bow game, looking for some help

the brairs are where the plot is goin to be so hunt the trails into the plot, and not the plot itself, got ya, we didn't really hunt all day last year, mostly mornings and afternoons, this year will be an all day affair, the goal is for myself to hunt 45 days this season, that should at least give me a chance a several deer, a hog would be nice too

Anymore tips on how to hold deer on the land, and how not to make them nocturnal?

May 09, 2013 at 7:45am
A comment titled: thanks in response to a report titled: New to the Bow game, looking for some help

I just looked at mossy oaks line of seed, and I am thinking plots, anyone know the amount of water would be needed to kill a plot in a small flood, the creeks back up where we hunt, and flood for about 36 once or twice a season, see any problem with that?
I was thinking
60ft x 60 ft
the outside edge use their tall grass seed, and use the inside use their easy plot hot spot stuff
and find a tree on the outside of the plot and set up there, good idea? bad idea?

I could be just going nuts
but Ima do it the feeder will be for another stand

May 07, 2013 at 9:16pm
A comment titled: bump in response to a report titled: Any Bank fishing goin on?

bump

May 07, 2013 at 4:09pm
A comment titled: cool in response to a report titled: New to the Bow game, looking for some help

thank you very very much, the land also drys out in the summer unless the tickfaw is up, which its a 2 ft, with a 13 ft flood stage, so , last winter was really wet!,streams moved our bridges for the tractor, needless to say we have a lot of work ahead, for the briars, im goin to get '24D' I believe is the name, im goin to cut small paths, and one 20ft box ,set up a feeder, with a mineral booster compound, the horns are growing now, all this I hopefully can complete by early june

ill keep up to date
thanks again guys
the passing of information is important to keep this tradition alive

May 07, 2013 at 4:03pm
A comment titled: nice trout but.... in response to a report titled: world record trout from big lake

lets hold your arms out a little further, current record is 15# and change, and I promise you it most likely wont come from Louisiana, we have numbers, and numbers of trout, and some size, but we catch a lot of trout, and we don't let them grow, but idc smaller the better they taste, again very nice trout, but hold those arms a little bit more , and you can get the yuppies to follow you.

April 30, 2013 at 8:29am
A comment titled: thank you in response to a report titled: New to the Bow game, looking for some help

thank you very much
we baited with corn heavy last year, with no regular pattern we could see, with the weather being so off this past winter, trail camera we put out showed a pack of 6 very hungry does, with a mature doe and it seems she is producing 2 fawns a year,since she was 2, 3 bucks all year, 1 dominate buck 'Jim Tom' we call him, hes a 7pt., we caught a young 4 pt., on cam, and a young 8pt. called 'extra Point', his rack is straight up and down, we had scent protected as much as we could, but the winds whip in the bottoms blowing any kind of scent we put off everywhere
I was thinking of getting a ozone generator, as I hear they do work,
this year instead of hunting the gullys edge, Ima hunt a huge thicket, about 100yd.x 100yd.
Im going to cut a 20 yard box, with paths thru the thicket back
bait heavy, we just have the problem of the all the deer goin nocturnal, any more tips would be great from anyone

April 21, 2013 at 4:04pm
A comment titled: sweet in response to a report titled: Drop Tine

very nice my friends, congrats

October 15, 2012 at 10:10am
A comment titled: AWESOME in response to a report titled: First Kill

Congrats to you little lady , keep up the good hunting, and stay safe

October 15, 2012 at 10:03am
A comment titled: dang in response to a report titled: Public Wildlife Management Help

no luck i guess anyone, .....
its like an echo in here

October 11, 2012 at 8:44am
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