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RIP Cooter: A true D’Arbonne icon

Icon is a pretty strong word. It means “a person or thing widely admired especially for having great influence or significance in a particular sphere”. Cooter Anderson was an icon. His “sphere” was Lake D’Arbonne country. He passed away Sunday. Cooter was most known as the owner and operator of Anderson’s Sporting Goods in Farmerville … Continue reading

You can still “Get Out and Fish” stocked ponds

It’s springtime and that means the fishing is heating up! Be sure to get out and fish at one of the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries’ Get Out and Fish! sites across the state where LDWF has stocked adult-sized channel catfish. With 17 sites stocked throughout Louisiana, you’ll have a great chance to get … Continue reading

Corney Creek Outdoor Festival

There will be arts and crafts, food items, great music, rides, t-shirts and lots more at this coming weekend’s Corney Creek Great Outdoor Festival April 15-16! But there’s one thing that comes along every year that is free – and you can’t even put a price on! FUN. Lots of fun. And you can have … Continue reading

Nick Young is Shriner’s Champ!

Nick Young is not new to the winner’s circle, so it’s no surprise that the former guide and tournament champion on Lake D’Arbonne cashed the winner’s check in the Barak Shriners Crappie Tournament Saturday. The one big fish tournament with overall and hourly prizes was a fund-raiser for the Shriners’ Hospital, which has been faced … Continue reading

Smooth sailing during the storm…

Luke 8: 23 It was smooth sailing, and he fell asleep. A terrific storm came up suddenly on the lake. Water poured in, and they were about to capsize. 24 They woke Jesus: “Master, Master, we’re going to drown!” Getting to his feet, he told the wind, “Silence!” and the waves, “Quiet down!” They did … Continue reading

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