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What happened to the days when fishermen respected others gear and their catch. Someone stole a hoop net from me while fishing in the blind river area this weekend. I've lived and fished in this area all my life but since the management has taken over its gotten bad. It really makes me made when I spend a lot of time and money making and repairing nets, catching bait, and time and gas to run them, not to mention the money on the commercial license to run them (which the person who stole it probably doesn't have.) I think its unreal to have to put trail cams on your nets to catch people like this, but that's what i've done. Good luck to others fishing in the area.

April 06, 2014 at 9:45pm

What happened to the days when fishermen respected others gear and their catch. Someone stole a hoop net from me while fishing in the blind river area this weekend. I've lived and fished in this area all my life but since the management has taken over its gotten bad. It really makes me made when I spend a lot of time and money making and repairing nets, catching bait, and time and gas to run them, not to mention the money on the commercial license to run them (which the person who stole it probably doesn't have.) I think its unreal to have to put trail cams on your nets to catch people like this, but that's what i've done. Good luck to others fishing in the area.

April 06, 2014 at 9:44pm

I am having a 17x5x3/16 performance vee hull built by Hanko's, it will be set up with a center console. I am trying to decide on the 90 or 115 yamaha four stroke. Will be used in lake ponchartrain and to sac-a-lait fish the spillway. Need some advice. Thanks.

July 31, 2012 at 10:24am
A comment titled: 115 in response to a report titled: troll motor for my hanko

I am probably going to go with the 115 yamaha four stoke. I heard alot of good things about them, was wondering how a 90 pushes that boat?

July 30, 2012 at 3:07pm
A comment titled: Hanko in response to a report titled: troll motor for my hanko

I just ordered the same boat set up with a center console. What brand and horsepower are you powering yours with?

July 30, 2012 at 10:26am
Boutte, LA
$2000.00

27ft bib trawl with lazy line. Ready to fish. $350 OBO Call Jed @ 225-806-9022

October 08 at 12:33am
Boutte, LA
$2000.00

42ft mongoose trawl built by Cutoff net shop. Trawl is 1-5/8in steps own to 1-1/2 in the throat. It has a TED and lazy line ready to fish. Call Jed @ 225-806-9022

October 08 at 12:29am