Hey guys, I'm looking for some information on that tournament. Mostly time, format, etc. Is there someone I can call who's organizing the event or a web site?? Thanks!
LDWF released an article particularly for you guys hunting the coastal marshes in the oil spill zones regarding additional rules and precautions to take with the excess boats and workers present in the areas. The full article can be found here: http://wlf.louisiana.gov/news/33309
One of the most notable rules is to make sure you are at least 65 feet away from any existing clean-up operation or equipment. I am curious if boom counts as 'existing equipment'.
Other than that, if you harvest an oiled bird, be sure to report it to LDWF at this number (225) 278-8082 They also say to wrap the bird in aluminum foil or paper and bring it to a field office. This is to let it be analyzed and also allow this to be part of the damage assessment that BP will eventually have to pay for I'm sure. So be smart and be safe and have a great opening day!
This is my first year that I've received alligator tags. I've searched around, and figured this would be the best place to see if I can get some expert advice or see if there's anything I need to know before I go out there when the season opens. My friends and I are planning on using our frogging trips as a means to scout for some good sized alligators. Thanks!
Hey guys, I'm looking for a place on the way to the Bonnabel boat launch from Laplace that sells live bait. Any ideas?
Hey guys, my brother in law wants to go fishing close to LaPlace, and I was thinking Ruddock would be a good area. Are the fish biting there? I've only ever fished from the bank over there a couple times, and since I just got a boat it's like a whole different world just opened up. Any advice on the area would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.