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unionThose of us who fish Lake D’Arbonne on a regular basis may take some things like a beautiful sunrise or fishy looking spots for granted. One new visitor to the lake, who I have been corresponding with the past few months, gives his impression of his first Fall trip to the lake on his own blog,Looknfishy”.

He wrote me a short note after the trip: “Hi Kinny, I finally made it to the lake this Saturday.  The fishing wasn’t great but I wasn’t expecting much on my 1st trip and due to the cold front that we had over the weekend.  However, I thought the lake was fantastic.  Looking forward to my next trip.  This trip I went to the state park but I’ll explore some other areas next time.  Of course I wrote about my experience in my blog.  Just wanted to let you know how it went.”

It’s located at:


Take a look, I think you’ll enjoy it. And it may help you have a better appreciation of the lake and what it has to offer next time you go!




2 thoughts on “Looknfishy….

  1. I always enjoy reading your posts. Thanks for the shout out!!

    Posted by lookn fishy | October 9, 2014, 12:368:15 pm
  2. You got some good press on Crappie.com also. I read your blog everyday. I really enjoy it. I live in West Monroe and grew up on Caney but have adopted Lake Darbonne. Thanks for all the interesting content.

    Posted by Brad Black | October 8, 2014, 12:367:16 pm

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