Louisiana Dept. of Wildlife and Fisheries partners with Our Lady of the Isle Church in Grand Isle to Provide Thanksgiving Meals for Residents (News)
LDWF: Effort Continues to Save Growing Number of Oiled Birds Near Refinery (News)
LDWF Has First Release Rehabbed Oiled Birds Found at Belle Chasse Refinery (News)
Oyster Task Force and Public/Private Seed Grounds Committee to Meet October 13 (News)
LDWF Reminds Public of Deer Hunting Declaration of Emergency for Joyce, Maurepas and Salvador/Timken WMAs (News)
Study: 2020-21 hurricanes caused $579 million of damage to LA fishing industry (News)
Hurricanes Laura, Delta, Zeta, and Ida, which swept through Louisiana during various points in 2020 and 2021, resulted in an estimated $579 million in losses to the state’s fisheries infrastructure, revenues, and biological resources, according to a study by the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, LSU and Louisiana Sea Grant.
LDWF providing huge opportunity for Red Snapper anglers: 4-Fish Bag Limit (News)
Karen Williams, Women's Fishing Workshop participant Candace Allo, Women's Fishing Workshop participant For the first time in years, the recreational red snapper bag limit in Louisiana will double to four fish per person, per day. Additionally, the red snapper season is moving to 7 days per week until further notice. The changes will be welcomed by anglers along with marinas and other entities that depend on business from recreational anglers.