A person that departs from this earth never truly leaves, for they are still alive in our hearts and minds, through us, they live on.
We are all deeply saddened by David’s passing. He nor the work and dedication he put forth as a leader in the Louisiana Waterfowl Alliance will never be forgotten.
Why We Need To Lobby To Be Part Of The Central Flyway
Consists of the following 3 zones
I was reading an article on aging that was written by Philip Yaffe and it got me to thinking ….. “Why now, do the years seem to fly by so much faster?”
It seems that the older you get, the faster time seems to slip by. I’m in my 60’s now and it only seems like a short time ago that we were all agonizing over 2YK, fearing civilization as we know it would end. They say life is like a roll of toilet paper, the closer to the end, the faster it spins. It is a widely accepted adage that, “The older you get, the faster time seems to go.” But why should aging have this effect? After all, there is the parallel adage that, “Time flies when you are having fun.” But as we age, time flies whether we are having fun or not.
So what’s going on? Continue reading
We are reworking our floating bridges. We are presently in the process of replacing all of that old heavy wood decking with lighter weight, and hopefully less maintenance, wire decking. Continue reading
Winter Draw Downs – Lake Bistineau
Not to argue the merits of a lake draw down. Simply put, drawing down Lake Bistineau is something that is here to stay. But taking exception to what has been done in the last few years of drawing the lake down from mid-summer or early fall until the end of November is a plan that isn’t working. Continue reading
Breeding Duck Numbers Up 8 Percent
Waterfowl Season 2014-15
Teal (Blue-winged, Green-winged and Cinnamon only)
Sept. 13 thru Sept. 28
Daily Bag Limit – 6
Ducks, Coots Mergansers
Nov 15 to Dec 14
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Release Date: 07/03/2014
Corrected information in red.
July 3, 2014 — The Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission received the proposed duck hunting dates for the 2014-2015 season from the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) at their monthly meeting.
The dates presented reflect another 60-day season for Louisiana hunters across the coastal, east and west zones.
Preliminary 2014 duck population and pond estimates from the annual Waterfowl
Breeding Population and Habitat Survey are now available. The estimate of 49.2 million breeding ducks was 8% higher than last year’s estimate of 45.6 million, and 43% above the long-term average. Continue reading