|Posted on 7/10/2018 12:00:00 PM.|
A Pointe Coupee Parish man is ordered to pay $10,250 in civil restitution after being
found guilty of killing a Louisiana black bear. 30-year-old Robert Kimble of
Lettsworth shot and killed a female bear on Yancy Wildlife Management Area in Concordia
Parish last November. General Counsel of Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries
Yolanda Martin says why she demanded the restitution.
|Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, Black Bear, Pointe Coupee|
|Posted on 6/7/2018 12:14:00 PM.|
Two Louisiana men have been cited for alleged Louisiana
Black Bear violations in St. Mary Parish on November 12th, 2017. Louisiana
Department of Wildlife and Fisheries spokesperson Adam Einck says they received
a tip of the violation in early April of this year and obtained a search
|Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, Black Bear|
|Posted on 6/7/2018 3:37:00 AM.|
The State Department of Wildlife and Fisheries seeks to get more people outdoors with a free fishing weekend. So Saturday and Sunday residents and visitors can fish Louisiana waters without an otherwise required fishing license. LDWF Spokesperson Rene LeBreton says they hope to attract new anglers.
“So just a chance to introduce people to the sport of fishing. You know to just try and get them hooked.”
|Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, Rene LeBreton|
|Posted on 5/30/2017 1:45:00 PM.|
A Texas Girl Scout group is safe after being rescued from Saline Bayou In Natchitoches Parish. Adam Einck with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries says they received an alert from friends and family around 9pm on May 28th that a kayaking group of three adults and six juveniles had never returned to their destination.
|louisiana department of wildlife and fisheries, adam einck, girl scouts, texas|
|Posted on 11/14/2016 1:14:00 PM.|
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Secretary Charlie Melancon says he’s ordered a complete internal review of his agency after an audit found questionable spending, among other things, under the previous administration. He says they are going to take the audit and review whether or not rules or policies need to be changed.
|louisiana department of wildlife and fisheries, charlie melancon, audit|
|Posted on 6/10/2016 10:17:00 AM.|
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is holding free recreational fishing days on Saturday and Sunday. This means both Louisiana residents and non-residents can fish without a license in public waters. LDWF biologist Meghan Macmenamin says the goal is to get new anglers out on the water.
|Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, Meghan Macmenamin, fishing|
|Posted on 6/8/2016 11:53:00 AM.|
Michelle Southern reporting.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is looking for new field agents, and they are taking applications for up to 23 cadets. LDWF spokesman Adam Einck says the academy is starting in September.
|louisiana department of wildlife and fisheries, cadets, academy|
|Posted on 1/8/2016 5:13:00 AM.|
The red snapper fishing season opens today and the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries has extended the limit from three to nine miles offshore for recreational fishing. Assistant Secretary Randy Pausina says Texas and Florida have always had nine nautical miles and they worked hard to get the same boundary here…
|Red Snapper, Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, Randy Pausina|
|Posted on 12/7/2015 1:49:00 AM.|
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries has received 11 young whooping cranes to be released at White Lake Wetlands Conservation Area. Spokesperson Bo Boehringer says the population will increase to 46 with the addition of 8 females and 3 males. He says they’re working to create a flock that is able to survive in the wild.
|Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, Bo Boehringer, whooping cranes, repopulation|
|Posted on 11/19/2015 5:30:00 PM.|
Louisiana fishermen have the rare opportunity to catch red snapper in state waters in November and December. Randy Pausina, assistant secretary for the state Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, says a fall red snapper season begins today, after it was determined Louisiana did not reach its maximum number of red fish harvested for 2015.
|Fall red snapper season, Randy Paulsina, red snapper, Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries|
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