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T.T. Fields Dam & Spillway unveiled

The Lake D’Arbonne spillway just got a name. The structure was officially named the T.T. Fields Dam and Spillway with the unveiling of the new sign at the D’Arbonne Country Club.  Louisiana Senator Mike Walsworth helped family members Tom “Tuffy” Fields, his wife Bonnie, son Christopher and Tuffy’s granddaughter Ava uncover the new sign to … Continue reading

Don’t take life for granted

“But of that day or hour no one knows, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but the Father alone.  “Take heed, keep on the alert; for you do not know when the appointed time will come.…  — Mark 13:32-33

New fishing excuse: Curse of Yogi

You don’t always have to catch fish to have fun on the lake. My fishing buddy George and I haven’t been fishing together all summer for a variety reasons, mainly because he doesn’t get off much unless it rains. Need I say more? But we don’t have to catch fish to have fun. Like our … Continue reading

Great numbers!

Here are some great numbers from the Union Parish outdoors:  Josh Harris said the final tally is in and the recent Scott Bullitt Big Bass Tournament on D’Arbonne netted almost $30,000 to go to the fund to help our injured wildlife enforcement agent with his rehabilitation expenses. That’s just awesome. Money came from fishermen, sponsors, … Continue reading

Glad to partner with Driftmaster!

The more I explore the “new world” of crappie fishing, the more I realize you can’t just crappie fish with one pole in your hand any more. Oh sure, you could still catch crappie with a cane pole and shiners. But it’s like trying to look somebody up on Facebook using a Tandy 1000 computer … Continue reading

God first

Leonard Fournette is having an amazing year as a college running back for LSU. He’s in the lead for the Heisman Trophy. Sports writers are saying he should sit out his junior year and rest before going to the pros. He has been the SEC player of the week three weeks straight. Saturday night he … Continue reading

Kayakers GO GREEN

The D’Arbonne Kayak Club is hosting a GO GREEN kayak paddle on Saturday, October 10 from 2:00-4:00. “We will be participating with the American Canoe Association Stream to Sea Intiative to equip paddlers with a destination designed for trash clean-up,” says Stephanie Herrman. “We will document the amount of trash collected and submit to ACA … Continue reading

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