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Duck season “average” so far

Duck season started off with a bang in Louisiana this year. LITERALLY. From the Arkansas state line all the way to the Gulf of Mexico, there seemed to be plenty of ducks and lots of limits. Since then, it has cooled off a bit – and I don’t mean just the weather. But, there are … Continue reading

CRAPPIE LIMIT NOW 25 !!!!!!

New Limit on D’Arbonne Lake Crappie NOW in Effect (Nov. 29, 2012)– The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries would like to remind anglers that the daily creel limit for crappie in D’Arbonne Lake is now 25.  The change from 50 to 25 fish was approved by the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission in response … Continue reading

Had to let the bird go

Tuesday, I told you that George and I hadn’t been able to fish last week, but I did hear that George had a secret weapon he was working on to help him beat me fishing (see Tuesday’s post for details).  Well, we got to go fishing yesterday. Never mind that George picked the coldest morning … Continue reading

B B and B

My wife loves staying in those old Bed & Breakfast places.  I like the breakfast part, but all that antique furniture and ghostly looking mirrors and stuff kind of freak me out. Besides, that furniture…well, folks used to be a lot smaller in “those” days. Peyton Spear introduced me to a new kind of bed … Continue reading

A little bird told me . . .

Thanksgiving week has come and gone. George is unemployed right now and I’m retired. Yet we couldn’t even find time to go fishing. What’s up with that? I had decided I was even going to try and be nice to George for change in my next report, even if I caught the most and the … Continue reading

C of C C

That stands for Chamber of Commerce Crappie. You know, the kind that you would expect the Director of the Union Parish Chamber of Commerce to catch and take pictures of, then expect somebody like me to show them to everybody else so they would want to come catch big crappie at Lake D’Arbonne and spend … Continue reading

Thankful (#4 of 4)

It’s Thanksgiving Week and I’ve got tons of things to be thankful for. My family and I  are very Blessed. I give thanks for that every day. I’ve also got quite a list of things I’m thankful for – present and past – when it comes to the outdoors. I’m sure you do to. This … Continue reading

Thankful (#3 of 4)

It’s Thanksgiving Week and I’ve got tons of things to be thankful for. My family and I are very Blessed. I give thanks for that every day. I’ve also got quite a list of things I’m thankful for – present and past – when it comes to the outdoors. I’m sure you do to. This … Continue reading

Thankful (#2 of 4)

It’s Thanksgiving Week and I’ve got tons of things to be thankful for. My family and I  are very Blessed. I give thanks for that every day. I’ve also got quite a list of things I’m thankful for – present and past – when it comes to the outdoors. I’m sure you do to. This … Continue reading

Thankful (# 1 of 4)

It’s Thanksgiving Week and I’ve got tons of things to be thankful for. My family and I are very Blessed. I give thanks for that every day. I’ve also got quite a list of things I’m thankful for – present and past – when it comes to the outdoors. I’m sure you do too.  The … Continue reading

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