• Gone Trespassin’: French Discusses Fine Lines Between Private, Public Fishing Waters
  • July 4, 2017 | Author: Ryan K. French
  • Law Firm: Taylor, Porter, Brooks & Phillips, L.L.P. - Baton Rouge Office
  • As spring turns into summer, droves of Louisiana residents will once again head toward the state’s coastal marshes and waterways. Those who fish regularly already know that fishermen headed south are focused on two primary types of fish: redfish and speckled trout. Both fish species are famously good tasting and fun to catch. Both species also thrive in Louisiana’s abundant coastal marshes—the checkered maze of saltwater bays, flats, bayous and canals that stretch across the state’s entire southern border.