Behind you all the way from deep in cajun country (Lafayette, LA).
Dopug Wigley said:January 23, 2010 1:37 pm PST
The game departments along the Gulf of Mexico need to act now to get rid of the nets. A three three program would bring the fiehery back and allow us a chance to catch the flat fish in good numbers in the bay and marshes. Send messages to your game department. NOW!!!!
GREGG YOUNG said:December 25, 2009 10:56 am PST
Just found your site . I,am an long time flattie fisherman in , Mobile, Al. we still have a great fishery here . Looking forward to info on your site .
Jeff K said:December 22, 2009 12:13 pm PST
Can you guess which fisherman can remove/sell the largest legal harvest daily from public waters?
think on this one
John Teer said:December 20, 2009 4:00 pm PST
I live & fish in SW La. I hace been fishing flounder now for over 35 years, so I 've seen my share. I worry that the "By-Catch" from butterfly nets in the Oct run to deep water is depleting the resource tremendously. I've talked to shrimpers who use the butterfgly nets in small passes and cuts. According to some, their bycatch of flounder is usually 1000-1500 lbs a night. I've seen the results. I can't hardly buy a flounder bite anymore in Calcasieu Lake. I hope La W&F catches on pretty soon before we lose the flounder altogether.