Daybrook Fisheries and Omega Protein responsible for 850,000 pogies and untold bycatch that littered Cameron parish shorelines. “I urge you to take action to ensure that our beaches and fisheries
Staff writer Tristan Baurick posted this story on Wednesday on NOLA.com, about three fish spills caused by the menhaden industry on Cameron Parish beaches. Click the link below to read.
KPLC TV in Lake Charles ran this story on Tuesday about three Pogie net fish spills confirmed by the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries last week in Southwest Louisiana. The
Louisiana Conservation Groups Disappointed Following the Rejection of the Buffer Zone to Protect Louisiana’s Coast, Vow to Continue Fighting
Baton Rouge, LA – Following this week’s impasse in the Louisiana legislature to create a meaningful buffer zone to protect Louisiana’s coast by adopting H.B. 535, local conservation chapters expressed
H.B. 535 is not just about protecting sportfish. Pogie fishing within Louisiana’s surf zone impacts Louisiana’s seabirds like the brown pelican, black skimmers, and bald eagles. Brent Newman with Audubon
Last week, the Louisiana House Natural Resources and Environment Committee approved H.B. 535 by Rep. Joe Orgeron. The bill protects Louisiana’s surf zone from pogie fishing. This action is a