When it comes to fishing in south Louisiana, it helps to know the lingo.
If you want to know why Louisiana cuisine is so famous, just look at where much of it comes from.
Braided with thousands of acres of productive waterways, Louisiana is legendary fishing territory.
Hands down, Louisiana is a seafood nation. From crawfish to Gulf shrimp, seafood gumbo to blackened redfish, marine life swims through Louisiana's culture.
Most people think about catfishing in the summer, but good catches start in late winter and last almost all year long.
During football season, when you think powerhouse, you most likely look to teams in the Southeastern Conference.
In north Louisiana, there is great fishing in some of the most scenic places you can imagine. And often, these spots are available without a boat.
There must be something in the water at Toledo Bend.