Check out this video of Greg Hackney catching a fatty yellowfin on Sportsman TV.
Check out this great Biloxi Marsh how-to from Sportsman TV!
We have been seeing a handful of video ads on our sites. Please report any that you see in the comments of this post. We need as much info as possible to help our partners get them off our site.
Thanks for your help with this issue. They annoy us just as much as you and we do everything we can to get rid of them.
Our website is currently undergoing upgrades that will make every page mobile friendly. You may begin to see these new page designs when you access different parts of the site. Please comment on this thread with any problems you have using the new mobile-friendly pages.
Thanks again for using our site, we are very excited about the new user experience this upgrade will bring.
We have updated our posting form for the reports section of the site. We're hoping this new mobile friendly version will make it easier and it also allows you to post multiple photos to your report.
You can post youtube videos simply by pasting the URL into the video embed code box and you can attach multiple images just by clicking the add images button.
Please let us know if you have any problems posting by commenting on this thread.
Our tech team made an upgrade last night to our server that should speed things up. For the last month we've been seeing some minor performance issues and brief outages on the site.
Please let us know if you have trouble loading pages or any other performance problems.
Hunting season is coming up, don't forget the Louisiana Sportsman free online classifieds are the easiest way to buy and sell guns, bows, duck boats or any hunting and fishing gear!
I spoke with one of our users today who posted his browning shotgun and in less than 24 hours had been contacted by over 10 users, had sold the gun for his asking price in cash and had 3 more users who said I'll take it if the first guy doesn't.
Every month over 500,000 people use LouisianaSportsman.com and it is the single best marketplace for hunting and fishing enthusiasts in Louisiana! Thank you again to all of our users and have a great 2015 Hunting Season!
Ok which one of you goofballs made this video?
This is a walkable land map of Louisiana from this story:
Do you think this map would change opinions on the importance of coastal restoration?
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We are working on another update to the classified section which will add a few more categories for classified posts. Please make any suggestions here for us to consider. We already have planned: car and truck parts, household items, sports and camping equipment, tools, appliances, lawn and garden, and garage sale.
If there are any other items you wish to buy and sell and you feel don't have a proper category please let us know.
We will be making some big updates to the classified section of the site overnight. Tomorrow you will see a different layout in that section. Please use this thread to provide any feedback, questions, criticism or report any bugs.
Thanks for your patience while we work to make the site work better.
We have added categories to the classifieds system for motorcycle and dirt bike sellers and buyers. You can now post to these new categories instead of ATV Other.
We have added a few new upgrades to the site. We changed the posting process slightly in classifieds to alleviate problems with the category system. We have also upgraded the Auto section of the classifieds to include cars.
Please stay tuned for more, and notify us of any problems.
Discovery released this new promo for shark week.
We have started to make some updates to the front page of the site as well as technical updates behind the scenes to improve page speeds etc. We have also changed some guidelines on types of ads we accept and eliminated some from the site.
One of our biggest priorities has been making our content easier to navigate on phone/tablet and easier to find. We hope this first step has helped.
Please let us know if you are having any problems with pages not loading etc. Feedback always appreciated. This is a very small portion of some big updates but your user experience is our top priority.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) proposed a 44-day recreational red snapper season for Gulf of Mexico state waters at its meeting Feb. 13 in Orlando.
This season would start June 1 and end July 14. The proposed 2013 season is inconsistent with the current proposed federal season, which is currently expected to be about 27 days but may be shortened once state seasons in all Gulf state waters are finalized.
The Commission will make a final decision on this season at the April Commission meeting in Tallahassee.
While the federal limit for how many pounds of red snapper can be caught has increased, the season length has gotten shorter because of more fishing effort and larger fish, according to federal fishery managers.
After listening to public comment, the Commission chose to go inconsistent based on reports that the upcoming federal stock assessment would likely show red snapper populations are doing better than previously thought and reports from anglers that the fishery is improving and preference is to have a longer season.
The Commission also gave direction to FWC staff to look further into other long-term management options for red snapper.
For more on the proposal that was given to the Commission, visit MyFWC.com/Commission.