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Team Threadgill hangs on to win CM

Midway through the final day of the Crappie Masters Louisiana State Championship on Lake D’Arbonne Saturday, first-day leaders Jason and Brandon Threadgill knew the odds of matching their Friday catch of 17 pounds plus were against them. And even though it was Brandon’s birthday, he kept hoping that $10,000 first place check might be among … Continue reading

D’Arbonne slabs unfrozen and HUNGRY

Lake D’Arbonne’s slab crappie finally unfroze Friday. And they woke up hungry. That’s all I’ve got. If you want more, here’s everything the leading fishermen said at the weigh-in about how, where and on what baits they caught their crappie on during Friday’s first round of the Crappie Masters Louisiana National Qualifier: Yep. That’s it. … Continue reading

Crappie Masters about to get real

If it didn’t come a hurricane or a snowstorm or a cold front or a flood, fishermen in the Crappie Masters wouldn’t know what to do when they came to Lake D’Arbonne. After all, fishermen on this trail have seen all that and more while coming to northeast Louisiana the past several years. But despite … Continue reading

Sasquatch spotted on D’Arbonne!

You think you’ve seen it all lately? Political insanity . . . Covid… Lake D’Arbonne freezing over and everything in between? Well, hold on to your pedestal seat and strap down your trolling motor. Sasquatch has been spotted on Lake D’Arbonne. No foolin’. I saw him. He was catching fish Tuesday. He even comes out … Continue reading

Kenny with an “e” fishing report

Here’s our latest Kenny with an “e” fishing report, with a heavy mention on ice (also with an “e”) K&M Coffee, Corks and Camo’s Kenny Kavanaugh has seen something he never even dream would happen. He stood on the back porch of his house, looked down at his boat dock and watched Lake D’Arbonne freeze … Continue reading

It’s not about ‘Global Warming’

A look at next week’s Crappie Masters

The 2021 Crappie Masters Louisiana State Championship set for Lake D’Arbonne next week may have a new defending champion, but Matt Rogers of El Dorado Springs, Mo., is doing everything he can to make sure that doesn’t happen. He would like to maintain that honor. But first, he’s got to get here. “I just got … Continue reading

ACT championship coming to ‘Bone

The American Crappie Trail has announced it’s coming back to Lake D’Arbonne to hold it’s 2021 National Championship.The event will be in March 2022! More to come https://fb.watch/3FGRbqGF0r/

Louisiana license system changing

I don’t think there has ever been a Louisiana hunter or fisherman that didn’t complain about what seemed like a three-foot-long state license that folded back up about like an old Amaco road map (anybody else remember road maps . . . or Amaco?) Well, the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) is changing … Continue reading

Peace in this world

The world is crazy. But I didn’t have to tell you that. People look for peace, happiness and contentment in many ways in this world. Often we look to activities like fishing, to material things, even to other people. You can find peace in all that, but it’s only temporary. There’s one way to find … Continue reading

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