These numbers do not lie

When it comes to freshwater fishing, 44.4 percent of the time, women fished catfish at least once in 2014. The Daily Review Outdoor Writer John K. Flores’ wife, Christine Flores, falls into that category. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of John K. Flores)

Call me weird but when those after-dinner-hour phone solicitors call wanting someone over 18 in the household to participate in a survey, I’m always game.

It's tournament time around these parts

Jason Flores, The Daily Review Outdoor Writer John Flores’ son, holds a solid stringer of bass caught locally. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of John K. Flores)

The water was so clear it was easy to see the bass stacked up like cord wood in the narrow canal off Hog Bayou that I was fishing several years ago.

Rare ducks provide mixed bag for Louisiana waterfowl hunters

The picture shows the distinct hybrid plumage of the blue-winged teal and northern shoveler cross between a blue-winged teal and northern shoveler. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Grosse Savanne Waterfowl and Wildlife Lodge)

The morning started out slow for the two hunters Bobby Jorden was guiding on the next to last weekend of the coastal zone duck season.


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