Want to learn to fish with LDWF? New free classes can help you do just that
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is launching the first class in its new free Fishing Course Series offering informative sessions for beginner and experienced anglers alike.
This first course in the series, Intro to Fishing, will help introduce new and rusty anglers to versatile techniques for getting started or restarted in fishing.
The first course will be offered three times: Aug. 27 at the Woodworth Outdoor Education Center in Woodworth, Sept. 17 at Laketown Park in Kenner, and Sept. 22 at Waddill Wildlife Refuge in Baton Rouge.
Each class will be limited to 10 participants aged 18 and older. Participants must have a valid fishing license.
According to the LDWF, in addition to regularly occurring Intro to Fishing courses, an Intro to Catfishing will be scheduled later this fall. Several other courses are in development, and LDWF is excited to offer this new resource to Louisiana anglers.
Desktop NewsClick to open Continuous News in a sidebar that updates in real-time.
At prosecutors' request, judge pulls bond for accused drug dealer implicated in...
Despite contentious meeting Thursday night, EBR school board won't endorse investigation into...
Movie crew set to film for 'The Mascot' with Mike the Tiger...
Amid push for new stormwater fee, some frustrated EBR homeowners say it's...
Mayor proposing new fee to fund drainage plan; find out how much...
Fans' Choice Player of the Week 4: Central's Glen Cage
Plaquemine's Jayden Rogers leading the Green Devils through music
Southeastern knocks off #4 Incarnate Word on Eli Sawyer game winning touchdown...
McKinley High's homecoming football game canceled after bench-clearing brawl broke out between...
LSU Baseball team volunteers with Baton Rouge's Miracle League