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Updated 06/19/16

Lipari Hawg Fighters fished Bayou Benoit for their 6th tournament of 2016 on June 15. Carroll Delahoussaye and Danny Bulliard caught 8.47 lbs (and missed Big Bass by .01 oz.) to win the event. Big Bass honors went to Nolan Doucet 4.2 lbs. For full story


Coteau Bass Hustlers chose Cabot Landing as the location for their 6th tournament of the year.
Tim Sturm and Steve Doumit took first place honors with a limit of 5 fish weighing 12.74 lbs.
Jason Jones and guest, Peanut, had Big Bass (3.31 lbs)
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Hog Fight Schedule for 2016:


An interesting video of snake entering boat.


The Anglers of Christ Bass Club will be hosting its 5th Annual “Helping Our Troops” open benefit tournament on Saturday, June 25, 2016 at Henderson. This is a benefit tournament so there will be no money payout but you will have the good will that goes with supporting our troops. This year all money collected will be given to help out a recipient to be named.

If interested, please contact one of the following AOC members.
Gene Guidry @ 962-1771, Tim Choate @ 319-0517, Mark Angelle @739-1450, or Al Perry @ 296-5357 Entries will also be available on the website. Or email Al at AOFC website: Entries will be accepted on the day of the tournament.


Chris Vedrines
Louisiana Bass Cats
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Louisiana Bass Cats fished Tournament #4 on May 22 at Patterson. Our president, Peter Romero, fishing with his son Ben, won the tournament with 8 lbs 15 ozs and had Big Bass. Junius Dore, fishing alone, took Second Place with a 5 fish limit of 7 lbs 7 ozs. Third Place honors went to Mike Sinitiere and Randall Savoy with 7 lbs 3 ozs. See full results


I purchased a beach house in Gulf Shores, AL, in November 2014 and since then I have been competely renovating it. It is now completed and up for weekly rentals. The house is named CHASING MERMAIDS. I can now get back to the serious business of fishing. See on YouTube


BASS BASICS, In order to help new bass fishermen read about the basics or seasoned fishermen who would like to brush up. These are the beliefs that I have used to guide me in this exciting passtime. They will be covered by the four seasons that bass use to survive. Choose the season:


Post Spawn in New England

Wacky worm fishing





Louisiana Dept of Wildlife & Fisheries report on 14" fish limit


Louisiana Creel & Size Limits (modify bass size see above)


Saltwater Tides in Louisiana




Joke of the Day