Please Sign In


New To Sportsman Network?
User has no reports at this time.
A comment titled: Re: February means Rabbits in response to a report titled: February means Rabbits

That hunt was on a lease close to the Atchafalaya Delta. There’s a good population of rabbits in that area.

February 09 at 5:55pm
A comment titled: Re: February means Rabbits in response to a report titled: February means Rabbits

Heck yeah. Hard to beat a good rabbit hunt. I ran my beagle hard this weekend too.

February 08 at 6:00pm
A comment titled: Re: Help identifying fish in response to a report titled: Help identifying fish

Probably is a rainbow trout.Would be the second one I know of being caught down here

April 29, 2018 at 7:11pm
A comment titled: Re: Help in response to a report titled: Help

Looks like sheepshead minnows

April 29, 2018 at 6:58pm
A comment titled: Re: Help identifying fish in response to a report titled: Help identifying fish

Looks to me like a speckle trout/ bluefish mix, but he'd definitely be lost in Morganza

April 29, 2018 at 4:22pm
A comment titled: Ummmnn in response to a report titled: Read This And Thought I would Share It...

I think 100% of people who eat big bass do not care if their fish die when they hit the ice in the ice chest.

And oh yeah, I fish a whole lot of tournaments and I would say 98% of tournament fisherman take every possible precaution to keep their fish alive.

June 15, 2012 at 8:28pm
A comment titled: Yep in response to a report titled: Farewell Venice Secrets

You can fish in the hunting areas after 12. The entire area between Main Pass and Rapheal pass is the sanctuary. This is where you cannot be during duck season. Try reading this. Center Column. 2nd paragraph.
http://www.fws.gov/southeast/pubs/dlthnt.pdf

November 29, 2011 at 3:11pm
A comment titled: Bulletproof in response to a report titled: Farewell Venice Secrets

Check your facts. The duck hunting areas within the delta national wildlife reserve are closed untill noon to fishing. The DELTA DUCK area is not a duck hunting area. This area is a sanctuary for the ducks to be able to safely winter. This area is completely off limits to all activities except navigating the naturally cut bodies of water passing through the area. The area is closed to the public during the state waterfowl season.

November 23, 2011 at 12:10pm
A comment titled: delta duck is off limits in response to a report titled: Farewell Venice Secrets

The delta duck area is completely off limits during duck season, and the game wardens have been giving tickets.

November 23, 2011 at 7:30am
A comment titled: Hookedoncrack in response to a report titled: MONSTERS AGAIN ON THE FROG

Read my post. I never said anything about keeping or releasing fish. I am simply refering to the people who beleive that human beings cannot affect a bass population. As far as I can tell, these guys are legal, so good for them.

June 13, 2011 at 2:17pm
A comment titled: JB in response to a report titled: MONSTERS AGAIN ON THE FROG

JB, You are wasting your breath talking to these people. Thats why I dont post on here much anymore. Most of these people are morons. To say that people cannot hurt the bass population, is beyond stupid. Keep what yall want guys, but don't come on here and say that people cant hurt the bass population. This topic just keeps proving how dumb most folks from South LA really are.

June 13, 2011 at 1:10pm
A comment titled: He is right. in response to a report titled: A Classic video

I was his marshall. Poul Dou hurt when they are flying at you 75 MPH.

February 20, 2011 at 7:22pm
A comment titled: Research in response to a report titled: Catch and Release

You will probably not find anything else that says catch and release is a bad thing. But I bet you can find hundreds of articles on the positive effects of catch and release. I am in college now and have taken 4 years of biology classes and will take 2 more to complete my masters working with largemouth bass. However, NO degree is required to know that catch and release is extremeley beneficial. And as stated before, you cannot compare studies done in other areas to our waters. Please find something from these waters that supports your theory.

February 18, 2011 at 11:35am
A comment titled: e-man in response to a report titled: Catch and Release

Where was that study conducted? I cant find it on your link. Other areas across the country are not like Louisiana, especially South Louisiana. With nothing but shallow water in this area, nearly all females find the deeper water right before they are ready to spawn. Anglers know this and they know where the fish are at. Sure, keeping 1 female will not hurt anything, but when there are guys going everyday keeping everything they catch, it does add up, and you better believe it can hurt the fishery. Not sure where you are from, but lake cataouachie is the perfect example of this. There are a few big girls left in there, but it is nothing like it was a couple years ago, and this is almost exclusively because people kept all the big fish they caught in there. To say that keeping spawning fish can not hurt the fishery is an ignorant statement in my opinion, and I have seen first hand the damage it can cause.

February 17, 2011 at 7:22pm
A comment titled: E-man in response to a report titled: Catch and Release

What are you trying to say? So if a person releases a big female, it wont live or spawn or ever be able to be caught again? Dude, when a big female goes in the icechest, there is a 100% chance that bass will never ever spawn or be caught again. Not sure what you are trying to disprove, but it is a FACT that a dead bass can never spawn again and a live one has a pretty good chance.

February 17, 2011 at 3:59pm
A comment titled: You are Correct in response to a report titled: Catch and Release

Some people just cant do that. You are wasting your time talking to these people about that. You will only get bashed here for a comment like that. I've been trying to preach that to people for years, but it will not change anyone's opinion.

February 17, 2011 at 12:54pm
A comment titled: JUPIPE in response to a report titled: Tearing Up Blinds!!

I wasnt refering to this topic. I was refering to topics in the past where people got rediculed for not wanting the entire world to know where the ducks were. This topic just proves why more people should keep there mouth shut.

November 24, 2010 at 7:16pm
A comment titled: ohoh in response to a report titled: Couple Ducks...Great Hunt

What happened? You forgot the biscuits were on?

November 24, 2010 at 5:57pm
A comment titled: Hypocrites in response to a report titled: Tearing Up Blinds!!

Well I would have to say that this site is full of a bunch of hypocrites. Yall moan and complain when someone comes on here and asks that yall dont posts reports about the wax, and yall ridicule the guy telling him its public water and who cares how many people go hunting there. Now yall are on here complaining about the idiots out there destroying yall blinds. Half of these morons are probably the same guys that get on this site to see when the wax has ducks. They dont post on here, they are just lurkers. The more yall promote how good the wax is, the more idiots that are gonna go out there. When a guy gets on here and asks yall not to post about the wax or another area, yall flood the board telling him he's not a sportsman and so on. Well I say BS. A true sportsman will put time into scouting and finding the best area, and be able to feel good about it when he kills in that area. Only going hunting or fishing when you get a 'good' report doesnt make you a true sportsman in my opinion. Guess what I'm trying to say is, its ok to keep your mouth closed every now and then. Bragging on here will lead to more people in your area.

November 24, 2010 at 5:55pm
A comment titled: ummmn in response to a report titled: I just returned from Grand Isle !

Not trying to cause any trouble here, but I think what you have there might be a horse eye jack.

April 19, 2010 at 10:24am
User has no ads at this time.