The Louisiana Bass Cats heading home triumphantly having just placed SECOND in the prestigious BEST SIX tournament. Sixty nine teams participated in the event. The BASSCATS were bested by only 1.41 lbs. No other team were within 10 lbs of the top two teams!
Mike Louviere, team captain - Chris Vedrines
Pete Romero & Zach Suit
Mike Sinitiere & Ben Suit
The COTEAU BASS HUSTLERS attacked Henderson on their 4th tournament. Cory Champange and Paul St Pierre captured first place with a 5 fish limit weighing 9.31 lbs.
Blaine Miller and Guest took 2nd place with 7.20 lbs. Third place went to Joey Trahan and Ralph Leleux with 6.33 lbs. Big Bass honors went to the team of Paul Trahan and Steve Doumit.
Next Hog Fight will be held May 04, from Bayou Benoit
Schedule for 2016:
Louisiana Bass Cats'sTournament #3 was held from Marshfield Landing on April 17. Mike Sinitere and Johnny Schexnayder won the tournament with a big stringer of 17 lbs 14 ozs. Mike also had Big Bass, 4 lbs 11 ozs. Mike Louviere and Junius Dore were a close second only 3 ozs behind! 17 lbs 11 ozs. Lynn Landry and Chris Vedrines placed third with 11 lbs 4 ozs.
The wind was very strong but the rain held off. All had a great time.
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II 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:
SPRING - SUMMER - FALL - WINTER
Post Spawn in New England
Wacky worm fishing