Louisiana weather can go from hot to cold to hot in a short period of time. Passing fronts bring rain and high winds. River levels may go high one week and fall out the next. Winter bass fishing is tough to begin with but weather often makes it impossible to figure out a pattern. Along with a few local spots, here are...read more!
First Split Recap 2015
It was all lining up pretty nicely for waterfowl hunters down here in south Louisiana. Fronts were coming through in late September and into early October with unusual strength. Much of the Mississippi flyway was caught in a pretty significant drought making water scarce. These conditions make for a perfect...read more!
It’s safe to say that the sight life here on the Northshore has been as hot as the summer heat. All through July, Northshore anglers as well as myself have seen great numbers of redfish and also nice schools of reds along the Lake Borgne and Lake Pontchartrain..read more!
The Fishing Forecast for February is out and the opening of the Bonnet Carre’ Spillway has taken it’s toll on numerous fishing hot-spots in Lake Pontchartrain. Numerous 1-star reports litter the forecast because of the muddy, fresh water that the Mississippi River has dumped..read more!
Dockside Joins NBS!
The Dockside Marine Team Tournament Trail is pleased to announce their joining of the NBS for the 2016 season! Dockside Marine located in Bogalusa is a well known Skeeter/Yamaha dealer who can assist you with anything you need from High Performance Bass boats all the way down to small aluminum jon boats...read more!
Cold Water Trout
Before I get started In my first post I mentioned “cold water trout” and I wasn’t talking about fishing specks in the winter. I was talking about the species of freshwater fish in the subfamily Salmoninae of the family Salmonidae. Some of these fish are brook trout, brown trout, lake trout, and rainbow trout. These fish are what fly fishing was made for. These fish typically live in clear streams and lakes in water...read more!
The Mechanics of Beginning
Watch a great pitcher in baseball, a high percentage three point shooter in the NBA, a Grammy award winning actor, or an elite angler practice their craft. The best of the best in any sport or trade, the few who have mastered their craft, are mesmerizing to watch even if the observer isn't particularly interested in the sport or act. It doesn't take a die hard basketball fan to be impressed...read more!