Most of the time when it comes to asking for help, Steve Adams of Farmerville is on the receiving end of the call. And he’s always willing to help. In fact, in most instances, if Steve knows of a need he can help with, nobody even has to call.
Well, this time, it’s Sam that is asking for help. But as you might expect, it’s not for him.
Sam is working with State Representative Chris Turner, Farmerville Mayor John Crow and others to be proactive in getting help for Lake D’Arbonne by once again scheduling a Legislative Day for D’Arbonne. This year, it will be Thursday, Sept. 1, 2022.
This past year several legislators went fishing with area anglers and got a first hand look at the lake, the facilities and the fishing. And of course, it came with a fish fry.
That’s where you are needed. If you are a good fisherman, have a comfortable boat and would like to take part, please contact Sam on Facebook and let him know you’ll participate. Or contact Rep. Turner or Mayor Crow. It’s a win-win-win-win and more wins situation.
In fact, several new developments are coming to the lake that will be announced soon and a lot of the credit for that leads right back to the day that was held last year. These days you have to go out and work for things. They don’t come to you. That’s why if you love fishing and love the lake, help out. Even if it is with sponsorship or volunteer effort other than being a fishing guide for a short time that day.
“Louisiana Legislators are coming back for Round 2 on the ‘Bonne,” Steve said. “Lots of good developments are coming to Lake D’Arbonne due to last year’s showcase to the Legislators during August, 2021. I’m asking again for the crappie fisherman to step up and be a part of this year’s event.”
Please contact me if interested in participating this year.
Some photos from last year’s event:
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