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Williams’ have a slab secret

Billy and Scott Williams of Cochran, Georgia have a secret that helped them overcome the extremely spooky slab crappie on Lake D’Arbonne Friday in the first round of the Crappie Masters Qualifier. While every one of the 90 teams fishing for the $10,000 first prize had their own technique and system for finding and catching … Continue reading

Slab crappie curve balls

Big fat momma crappie hanging on the edge of staging areas ready to go spawn. Increasing angler skills that help them focus on catching big crappie. Trolling motors that let you hit the “anchor” button and use GPS to hold you exactly where the fish are. And LiveScope. Oh, yes. LiveScope. The fishing “electronics” device … Continue reading

It’s gonna be Slab city!

Picture this, if you will. What if you put up your $350 entry fee to fish in a big pro tournament and you and your partner caught back to back 13 pound bags each day for 26 pounds total for the tournament. You’d be pumped. But what if you didn’t even finish in the money? … Continue reading

K&M fishing report

Crappie fishermen are usually pretty open with information and advice to help other’s catch fish. But times like the next two weekends, you can expect more good information out of CNN than crappie anglers, especially those with an interest in the Crappie Masters Qualifier on Lake D’Arbonne on February 28 & 29. The weigh-in for … Continue reading

NELA anglers make nationals

There’s so much going on in the outdoors and everybody is so busy that sometimes things don’t get their just due. Take competitive high school bass fishermen, for instance. Every time a high school athlete picks up a ball and bounces, throws or kicks it, or if they even just run around a track in … Continue reading

Crappie Masters heads to ‘Bone

There will be six stops on the 2020 Crappie Masters tour this year. Anglers from across the country will compete on the St. John’s River in Deland, Florida; Lake D’Arbonne at Farmerville; Grenada Lake in Mississippi; Lake Dardenelle at Russelville, Arkansas; the Ouachita River in West Monroe and then finally at Truman Lake in Clinton, … Continue reading

Live in such a way…

18 Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. 19 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And … Continue reading

Farmerville says “pick me”

HGTV could be coming to Farmerville to do a Main Steet makeover and more in the near future, at least if local business people John and Lisa Crow have their way. The popular HGTV show “Hometown” hosted by Ben & Erin Napier of Laurel, Ms. are sponsoring a contest that will help makeover an entire … Continue reading

An important “cast”

Psalm 46:1-3 God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though the earth give way and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea, though its waters roar and foam and the mountains quake with their surging.

2020 Sportsman’s banquet

Mark you calendars. Wash your good camo. Finish your chores early and bring the kids. Join us for the 2020 Union Parish Sportsman’s Banquet, Thursday, Feb. 6 at 6 p.m. at the Farmerville Recreation Center. A time where local sportsmen and sportswomen are recognized while enjoying local BBQ and prizes for all ages. We will … Continue reading

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