LDWF hosts fishing and trapping workshops

The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is committed to helping you enjoy our Sportsman’s Paradise.

The department is responsible for ensuring that the people of Louisiana are able to hunt, fish, trap, and enjoy our outdoors safely and hopefully successfully.

The mission statement from the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries says it all:

Managing, conserving and promoting the wise use of Louisiana’s renewable fish and wildlife resources and their supportive habitats through restoration, protection, enhancement, research, development and education for the social and economic benefits of present and future generations; provide opportunities to learn about, use and enjoy these resources; and to promote a safe and healthy environment for resource users.

In keeping with the “educational” portion of its mission statement, the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is hosting a number of workshops.

two of the workshops the fishing workshopsare aimed specifically at women.

The start of the salmon fishing season on the River Tay

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Before you get your waders in a bundle, know that the department doesn’t hold that for women must a workshop, because we all know that many women in Louisiana were born with a pole in their hands.

What the department does is offer these fishing workshops to women who want to learn more about fishing.

The department offers the workshops for women of all levels of fishing experience, whether you are a veteran or have never fished before.

In the workshops, participants learn all about rigging, lures, fishing gear and other basic fishing tenants.

After the workshop, attendees can spend about an hour fishing with the staff hosting the event to put their newfound knowledge to the test.

The course series continues with a growing list of beginner courses such as Catfishing for Beginners, Rainbow Trout Fishing for Beginners (at select locations in Louisiana), and Bass Fishing for Beginners. Future courses also being considered include species-specific intermediate and advanced courses. – Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries

The other workshop offered is a trapping workshop.

This workshop will take place in Houma on January 14th.

Open de France – Second day

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The Furbearer Trapper workshop will consist of a session covering the laws and regulations of Louisiana related to trapping and discussing various trapping tools.

Trap demo rotations will be held outdoors and will include kick sets for coyotes, foxes, bobcats, various sets for raccoons, and water sets for beavers, otters, nutria, and so on. There will be a practical part to practice setting traps safely. – LDWF

The final part of the workshop will be a skinning demonstration.

Participation is free, but registration is required. Visit the LDWF website to register.

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