Saltwater Fishes of Louisiana
Anglers and naturalists alike will want to use this handy field guide to identify 60 species of freshwater fishes likely to be caught on hook-and-line on Louisiana’s lakes, rivers, reservoirs, and bayous. The noted diagnostic characters and beautiful color illustrations will prove an indispensable aid for identification. s. Some species may be endangered and/or protected. This 12-panel guide, conveniently folds up in to a packet narrow enough to fit in a back pocket, yet sturdy enough to stand up under repeated use—durable lamination also makes it waterproof.
Title: Saltwater Fishes of Louisiana
Publisher: Sunbelt Pubns
Publication Date: 2012
Craig Springer lives in Santa Fe County, New Mexico, where he writes about people, nature, outdoors and history. See www.CraigSpringer.com
His work has appeared in Field & Stream, Outdoor Life, Farmer’s Almanac, The Upland Almanac, Country Living, The New York Times, The Drake, SkyWest, Persimmon Hill, Saving Land, Wild West, Enchantment and the Santa Fe New Mexican.
He’s been a contributing editor or columnist for the Albuquerque Journal, Grouse Point, The Flyfisher, Eastern Flyfishing, Sportsman’s Guide, Southwest Flyfishing and ESPN Outdoors.
Craig’s writing has been recognized with awards from the Outdoor Writers Association of America, Southeast Outdoor Press Association and the American Fisheries Society. Craig holds BS and MSc degrees in fisheries science from New Mexico State University and the University of Arizona. He earned an MA in rhetoric from the University of New Mexico.
He’s a member of the Hillsboro Historical Society, and he and his wife own a home on the National Register of Historic Places in Sierra County, New Mexico, a late-Victorian made from gold ore.