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Freshwater Fishes of Louisiana is for fishermen and nature enthusiasts alike, featuring 65 common species of fish occurring in states’ beautiful marshes, bayous, bays and offshore waters. The illustrations are arranged so that comparison of similar species is easy. The accompanying text accurately indicates size, distinguishing features and habitat. 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.

Freshwater Fishes of Louisiana: A Guide to Game Fishes

  • ISBN: 1936913437
    9 x 4 Pamphlet
    12 Pages
    Published: July 01, 2012
    Features: Illustrated, Waterproof

  • Craig Springer lives in Santa Fe County, New Mexico, where he writes about people, nature, outdoors and history. See

    His work has appeared in Field & Stream, Outdoor Life, Farmer's Almanac, The Upland Almanac, Country Living, The New York Times, The Drake, Delta Airline's 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 is a member of the Professional Outdoor Media Association. His writing has been recognized with awards from the Outdoor Writers Association of America, Southeast Outdoor Press Association and the American Fisheries Society. Craig holds a BS in fisheries science from New Mexico State University, an MS in fish ecology from the University of Arizona and 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 built in 1894 from recycled gold dust. See

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