Our group takes special needs folks on fishing trips throughout the State. I have an opportunity to take some people fishing in Tensas Parish. Neither the participates not the families pay anything for this events. We have been offered an opportunity to hold an event at Formosa Lake. I personally have never heard of the Lake and did some online research and still know very little.
Before we commit our resources to the event, as opposed to somewhere else. Could anyone provide information to me about this lake?
Thanks for any help!
Today, I was traveling home and heard Capt. George Ricks on WWL radio. He literally is a joke.
Everyone knows of his lies and threats regarding diversion, which all proved to be false, but today he actually stated he would prefer to save his fishing spots over the lives of south Louisiana residents.
We suffer as a whole (rec. fishing community) when clowns like this try to represent the recreational fishing commumity.
I work half the year in Washington D.C., and have friends who work there the entire year. I just was informed his comments have already reached Washington and are being used against the bill which would allow State waters to extend to nine miles as opposed to three miles with regards to snapper fishing.
Thanks again, Capt. for your many lies.
Caveat: Today, George, you told Garland that there was never, ever land created by diversions, I suggest you look into the Wax Lake Outlet project.
I and several other long time friends are fishing in north Mississippi on a private lake this weekend. We have a gentlemen's bet (and many cash side bets) who will catch the biggest and most bass. I am a perch jerking and salt water guy and no nothing about bass fishing.
Rules: I can only use one bait/lure all weekend and it cannot be live.
If you were in my shoes, what bait would you use?
Thanks to all who respond.
Trailer Inspection Tags...I know this subject has been discussed before, but this is a warning, not a comment in favor or against the law. Agents were in full force at Bayou Black marina (Gibson) writing citations for no inspection stickers on boat trailers.
Money must be tight in Baton Rouge!
I truly believe, everyone should cease buying a hunting and fishing license for one year. It would certainly be a sacrifice, but would surely get the attention of the state budget office. Then maybe, just maybe, we could be treated like citizens and not red headed step-children.