No, Snookie. We’re not talking about that kind of “hurricane”.
“Captain Devin, why would you write about something so obvious?”
Because I want to help people, especially those out-of-state guests that spend their vacation time in our wonderful state. There is some confusion surrounding fishing licenses and I wanted to clear this up, for their benefit and ours.
Mindset. This defines a fisherman and how well he fishes. How do you approach a fishing spot? How do you treat others at the marina? Fact is, your mindset will make or break you as a fisherman long before you set the hook on anything.
So don’t forget! You can buy a new one online at the LDWF website.
I think it’s the small things, the details. I can pull up to a great trout bite and put ten more trout in the boat than someone else. I can fish a slow trout bite and have just as many more hit the ice. What are some of these things that I do? Read on and see.
With that said you want to be prepared for the worst case scenario…
Hurricane season is fast approaching. I posted some time ago that I had squared away some spare gas for my generator. But what about food and water? These are some solutions you have never seen before, and they’re on Readiness Deals.
It’s about that time of the year. That time of the year where we as Louisianans, in conjunction with everybody else on the Gulf Coast, will be nervously watching the coast of Africa and the Atlantic for hurricanes. We still remember Katrina, and all that she took. I do! So, I stay prepared. I know I like electricity and other stuff like my refrigerator and air conditioning. So Captain Devin stays prepared. Yessir, if you don’t have stabilized gas on standby, then know that maybe now is the time to get that squared away.