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May 09 at 10:06am

Where are the darn aerial survey results? Larry said they would be out today. It's always a pia trying to find the results. Why can't they post them on the ldwf website? Where they at Larry?

November 09, 2017 at 7:15pm

Anybody have a good area to catch pogies in cocodrie?

May 28, 2017 at 8:47pm

Made it out to the lease this morning in the heavy winds. No teal at first light, not good. Took a little while but then the ducks started coming in, sucking right into the decoys. Had 1 widgeon, 1 mottled, and 5 grays by 7ish then nothing. I mean not anything anywhere. Sat for awhile then went ride to another pond where there were some teal seen yesterday, sure enough plenty blue and green wings sitting in the same place along with a few grays. We also saw about 10 green heads paired up with hens, first ones I seen all year. Will be back out there sunday.

January 01, 2010 at 3:11pm

Hunted this morning with success finally! The birds flew well before the clouds rolled in. Final tally: 7 greys, 6 dosgris, 1 bwt, 1 gwt, 1 mottle. Saw a good number of greys that wanted in but just couldn't get them to fully commit, secondary to the high winds I suppose. This cold front should bring in some new birds. Lost a couple of greys in the marsh, still amazes me how far those birds can swim once they dive. Good luck this weekend.

December 24, 2009 at 6:41pm

I am looking for any available duck leases for the 08, 09 duck season. I would appreciate any feedback that you can offer. Thanks

February 09, 2008 at 9:58pm
A comment titled: Re: IN SEARCH OF BABY SQUIRREL in response to a report titled: IN SEARCH OF BABY SQUIRREL

Nice try Mr greenjeans. I see what you did there

September 28, 2018 at 11:05am
A comment titled: Re: Plaquemines Parish public land permit in response to a report titled: Plaquemines Parish public land permit

Oh boy, this stinks to high heaven. What a slippery slope this council is going down. Pay the fees this year boys and then before you know it they will want $500, $1000, or who knows how much. $250 for a processing fee, puh-lease. I can see maybe a five dollar fee but even that is a stretch.

September 06, 2018 at 8:20pm
A comment titled: Re: Kingfishing in Grand Isle question in response to a report titled: Kingfishing in Grand Isle question

King mackerel are pretty easy to catch. They will readily eat a trolled rapala lure or spoon. You will need a wire leader for sure. Single strand wire and swivels are cheap. Don't worry if your hay wire twists aren't perfect, they don't have to be. Get out 8-10 miles offshore and troll rapalas around the rigs, you'll catch em no doubt. A live hardtail slow trolled around the rigs are also a sure bet to boat some kings. Clear green water is ideal, if the water is nasty results may vary.

July 25, 2018 at 5:56pm

Millions spent on private lands to restore the marsh. Are these public dollars being spent? What happens if I try to fish some of these ponds?

March 18, 2018 at 9:32pm
A comment titled: Re: Duck report lower Terrebonne parish in response to a report titled: Duck report lower Terrebonne parish

We busting them up in terrebonne parish :) we always shoot the majority of our ducks in the first split. Last year was terrible for us, this year we are slaying them. I've been duck hunting for 25 years and have seen good times and bad. One thing I've learned is you can't please everyone all of the time. I seem to remember Larry having data that shows the majority of ducks harvested in the state are shot in November.

November 29, 2017 at 12:31pm
A comment titled: Re: Aerial survey? in response to a report titled: Aerial survey?

'Just got reynolds email. 1.5 million birds down, down from 3 million same time last year'
Saw this on tigerdroppings. Saw a few other tidbits that supposedly came from Larry. I've been looking around for the survey results but no luck . Maybe you have to be a VIP to get the results before the season opens?

November 10, 2017 at 2:45pm
A comment titled: Re: Aerial survey? in response to a report titled: Aerial survey?

Pretty please with a cherry on top for duckhunter 89

November 10, 2017 at 10:20am

Most people I have talked say the ipilot is the best thing since sliced bread. The anchor function is nice to have. With that being said I chose the old hand control for a couple reasons. First I am concerned about cost to repair a gps controlled trolling motor. I personally know of no one who has had issues as of yet. I'm sure they do occur however. I do not like the foot control on the ipilot. There is a delay from when pressing the button and the head turning. I did not like that at all. I haven't experienced the auto deploy but the manual deploy is not bad. The hand control again is pretty nice but I like to have my pole in my hands and not a remote control. Oh and the cost is considerably more.

October 17, 2017 at 1:40pm
A comment titled: Re: Blazer Bay 2220 Feedback in response to a report titled: Blazer Bay 2220 Feedback

Ran the 2220 fisherman for 6years and just sold it. Ours did not have tabs and would pound when in chop. It's a very dry riding boat and can get really shallow. I consider it a great hybrid bay boat. On nice days fish the outside and can get skinny if the wind is blowing. I think tabs would have helped the ride a lot. It was sensitive to weight in the stern.

October 06, 2017 at 9:22pm

15-20 mph northeast wind, stay home! You set yourself up for failure. Wait till next weekend when the wind forecast looks more favorable. Look forward to muddy rough water. Go if you must by I don't think trout will be on the menu. You can probably catch reds on market bait though.

September 08, 2017 at 12:59pm
A comment titled: Re: Leatherjacket fish BEWARE in response to a report titled: Leatherjacket fish BEWARE

That looks to be a juvenile pompano.

August 20, 2017 at 7:16pm
A comment titled: Re: need a/c help in grand isle in response to a report titled: need a/c help in grand isle

Rescue Wayne
985-532-6640
Your welcome

July 26, 2017 at 10:29am
A comment titled: Re: Where to catch pogies in cocodrie? in response to a report titled: Where to catch pogies in cocodrie?

That's what I was looking for, thanks cap.

May 30, 2017 at 8:42pm
A comment titled: Re: Where to catch pogies in cocodrie? in response to a report titled: Where to catch pogies in cocodrie?

I am proficient with an 8ft net. I can catch pogies in fourchon no problem. Same spot every time before daylight. I'm fairly new to cocodrie and need a good spot near the launches to catch pogies. I get a little nervous about losing my net in a new area as I am unfamiliar with how clean the bottom is. The pogies I catch under the pelicans always seem to be of the magnum variety. I was looking for the 3-5 inch speckle trout sized pogies.

May 30, 2017 at 6:08pm
A comment titled: Re: Tips for Windy Days in response to a report titled: Tips for Windy Days

It takes time to learn an area and know how the water conditions with be in relation to the weather. If you don't have the knowledge then burn some gas and go hunt down that clean water.

April 20, 2017 at 12:44pm
A comment titled: Re: Tips for Windy Days in response to a report titled: Tips for Windy Days

Try to get out of the wind!!! Wind out of the south fish the north side of the island. North wind fish south side of island. Find clean water is the key. Live bait works much better in dirty water if you can't find any clean areas. Windy days just plain suck for fishing. I figured out you are setting yourself up for failure by fishing on windy days. I like to catch trout. Trout and wind usually don't go together very well. I'm not saying it can't be done but it is definitely much harder. If I absolutely have to fish in the wind then I will be chasing reds deep in the marsh,

April 20, 2017 at 9:22am
A comment titled: Re: Happy New Year Limit in response to a report titled: Happy New Year Limit

Bring a lot of decoys to hunt the wax, the more the merrier out there. The spinner can be a blessing and a curse, put a couple out and watch how the birds respond to it, if they no likey then go pick it up. In the morning go find a big patch of roseau cane (like soft bamboo) and cut a bunch of it(2-3 large bundles). Head out to the edge of the 'fingers', out in the gulf . You may find an old blind to get your boat in and dress it up with the cane that you cut. I like to put two piles of decoys on the downwind side with a landing zone and spread the other decoys up wind of you . Hope for some wind cause without it your hunt will s@@k.

January 04, 2017 at 5:51pm
A comment titled: Re: Teal Sightings in response to a report titled: Teal Sightings

Fished Monday in PAC and saw 3 bwt south of the marina, also two mottled ducks. That was it, the water was super high and the redfish did not cooperate.

September 06, 2016 at 6:03pm
A comment titled: Re: Wax lake in response to a report titled: Wax lake

It's approx 13 miles one way. We would burn 7-8 gallons with a 36hp pro drive loaded to the gills in a round trip. I would wager you could make the trip on a 5 gallon tank, bring an extra 5gallon can the first time you go to be sure. If you run the tank dry at least you know you have enough gas to make it home from that point(assuming you are running a 5gallon tank)

August 19, 2016 at 10:22am
A comment titled: Re: Fishing in Dularge in response to a report titled: Fishing in Dularge

If trout is the targeted species then you are waaaaay to far north at this time of year. The area you are fishing would be considered the upper estuary. This upper estuary will hold trout in the late fall and winter months(generally speaking). Late spring and summer the trout are out in or near the gulf. As the days get shorter the trout begin to filter back into the inshore lakes. Soo, April-September think coon point, enstar, Mardi Gras rigs etc, sept-November-ish look in the sister lake lake mechant area, November-March lake decade low deuce upper estuary type places. Leave that market shrimp at home unless your after reds and drum. Dularge trout readily take artificial lures. All you need are some lead heads(1/8 and 1/4 oz) and some soft plastic tails like matrix or h&h etc. try one rig with a popping cork and one with a double or single rig so you can probe the water column i.e. Fish the bottom middle and top to see what the fish prefer. For reds get back in the duck ponds and throw gold spoons or spinner baits or that nasty bait shrimp you take with you every time you go fishing.

July 30, 2016 at 8:38am
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