Venice Newswire (Page 6)

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Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Venice, LA. (Page 6)

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  1. Venice fisherman snags GPS-tracking device on back of hammerhead sharkRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 9, 2016 | NOLA.com

    Angler Kyle Kritz snagged a GPS-tracking device on the back of a hammerhead shark while fishing out of Venice Saturday. Stephen Babcock had fresh tuna steaks on his mind when he booked an offshore trip out of Venice with Voo Doo Fishing Charters.

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  2. The WilliesGEE, Can Florida Get One of Those?Read the original story

    Mar 8, 2016 | American Reporter

    As the oil seeps from the capsized carcass of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig 52 miles off Venice, La., and the bdies of 11 workers remain undiscovered in the Gulf of Mexico, the incredible stupidity of recent White House approval for drilling off the coast of Florida is dramatized in a way nothing else can. Hey, can we get a burning, sinking, polluting and deadly oil rig right off Florida? What a great tourist attraction that would be! And you get free oil, too - 1,000 barrels a day is leaking from the wellhead and liming across the Gulf, headed for Florida today.

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  3. Yellowfin action hot out of VeniceRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 3, 2016 | Louisiana Sportsman

    Capt. Joey Davis and Capt. Chad Pique's clients had a successful day catching yellowfin tuna on the East Lump out of Venice earlier this week.

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  4. Potential new No. 4-ranked mako shark caught on East Lump Monday morningRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2016 | Louisiana Sportsman

    Capt. Peace Marvel, left and Lynn Davis pose with the 13-foot, 2-inch mako shark Davis landed Monday morning near the East Lump out of Venice. If certified, the 550-pounder will be the state's new No.

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  5. The WilliesGEE, Can Florida Get One of Those?Read the original story

    Feb 29, 2016 | American Reporter

    As the oil seeps from the capsized carcass of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig 52 miles off Venice, La., and the bdies of 11 workers remain undiscovered in the Gulf of Mexico, the incredible stupidity of recent White House approval for drilling off the coast of Florida is dramatized in a way nothing else can. Hey, can we get a burning, sinking, polluting and deadly oil rig right off Florida? What a great tourist attraction that would be! And you get free oil, too - 1,000 barrels a day is leaking from the wellhead and liming across the Gulf, headed for Florida today.

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  6. Two plead guilty to federal shark violations, fined $45,000Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 29, 2016 | Louisiana Sportsman

    Two men pleaded guilty to violations of the Magnuson-Stevens Conservation and Management Act involving illegal finning and over the limit of sharks, according to a press release from the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries. Ricky Nguyen, 37, of Buras, and Hung Anh Tiet, 29, of Dallas, Texas, pled guilty in a case that originated in April of 2012 when enforcement agents stopped the vessel "Lady Lyanna" in Tiger Pass in Venice.

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  7. Fishermen plead guilty after finning 518 sharksRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 29, 2016 | The Times-Picayune

    ... permits and set-line licenses revoked for life. Department agents had stopped Nguyen and Tiet in Tiger Pass near Venice after receiving an anonymous complaint. They found 11 whole sharks on the deck and a secret compartment containing the shark ...

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  8. Two plead guilty to illegal "finning" of sharksRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2016 | KATC-TV Lafayette

    ... and Tiet while responding to an anonymous complaint. Agents stopped the vessel "Lady Lyanna" in Tiger Pass located in Venice in April 2012. Agents found 11 whole sharks located on the deck and a hidden compartment in the bow of the vessel that ...

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  9. Lock work forces change of venue for popular redfish trailRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2016 | The Times-Picayune

    Kris Robert and Benny Sanchez attempted to upgrade from a 7-pound fish swimming in their livewell during last year's Louisiana Saltwater Series championship out of Venice. The March 12 event originally scheduled for Empire has been moved to the same venue.

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  10. Don't expect many springtime trophy trout in Lake PontchartrainRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 23, 2016 | Louisiana Sportsman

    ... opens, something really good happens. That perfect salt-and-freshwater mix is the key. It's the same reason why Venice is the greatest fishery there is. 'But our falls have so much to do with tropical storms, too. If we get a decent storm that hits ...

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  11. Sportsman TV: Chasing bulls out of VeniceRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 23, 2016 | Louisiana Sportsman

    Joey Deveer, a friend of Sportsman TV host Greg Hackney, shows off a nice redfish he caught in Venice during filming of the latest episode of Sportsman TV. Host Greg Hackney, along with producer Jared Serigne and one of Hackney's buddies, Joey Deveer, traveled down to Venice for some serious redfish action.

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  12. The WilliesGEE, Can Florida Get One of Those?Read the original story

    Feb 18, 2016 | American Reporter

    As the oil seeps from the capsized carcass of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig 52 miles off Venice, La., and the bdies of 11 workers remain undiscovered in the Gulf of Mexico, the incredible stupidity of recent White House approval for drilling off the coast of Florida is dramatized in a way nothing else can. Hey, can we get a burning, sinking, polluting and deadly oil rig right off Florida? What a great tourist attraction that would be! And you get free oil, too - 1,000 barrels a day is leaking from the wellhead and liming across the Gulf, headed for Florida today.

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  13. The WilliesGEE, Can Florida Get One of Those?Read the original story

    Feb 12, 2016 | American Reporter

    As the oil seeps from the capsized carcass of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig 52 miles off Venice, La., and the bdies of 11 workers remain undiscovered in the Gulf of Mexico, the incredible stupidity of recent White House approval for drilling off the coast of Florida is dramatized in a way nothing else can. Hey, can we get a burning, sinking, polluting and deadly oil rig right off Florida? What a great tourist attraction that would be! And you get free oil, too - 1,000 barrels a day is leaking from the wellhead and liming across the Gulf, headed for Florida today.

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  14. The WilliesGEE, Can Florida Get One of Those?Read the original story

    Feb 11, 2016 | American Reporter

    As the oil seeps from the capsized carcass of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig 52 miles off Venice, La., and the bdies of 11 workers remain undiscovered in the Gulf of Mexico, the incredible stupidity of recent White House approval for drilling off the coast of Florida is dramatized in a way nothing else can. Hey, can we get a burning, sinking, polluting and deadly oil rig right off Florida? What a great tourist attraction that would be! And you get free oil, too - 1,000 barrels a day is leaking from the wellhead and liming across the Gulf, headed for Florida today.

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  15. The WilliesGEE, Can Florida Get One of Those?Read the original story

    Feb 5, 2016 | American Reporter

    As the oil seeps from the capsized carcass of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig 52 miles off Venice, La., and the bdies of 11 workers remain undiscovered in the Gulf of Mexico, the incredible stupidity of recent White House approval for drilling off the coast of Florida is dramatized in a way nothing else can. Hey, can we get a burning, sinking, polluting and deadly oil rig right off Florida? What a great tourist attraction that would be! And you get free oil, too - 1,000 barrels a day is leaking from the wellhead and liming across the Gulf, headed for Florida today.

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  16. 478-pound mako landed on the East LumpRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 4, 2016 | Louisiana Sportsman

    ... next to his boat, and asked me if I wanted to come fool with it," said Davis, with Voodoo Fishing Charters out of Venice. Up for the challenge, he guided his 36-foot Contender over to the spot about 32 miles out of Pass-A-Loutre in 250 feet of ...

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  17. The WilliesGEE, Can Florida Get One of Those?Read the original story

    Feb 3, 2016 | American Reporter

    As the oil seeps from the capsized carcass of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig 52 miles off Venice, La., and the bdies of 11 workers remain undiscovered in the Gulf of Mexico, the incredible stupidity of recent White House approval for drilling off the coast of Florida is dramatized in a way nothing else can. Hey, can we get a burning, sinking, polluting and deadly oil rig right off Florida? What a great tourist attraction that would be! And you get free oil, too - 1,000 barrels a day is leaking from the wellhead and liming across the Gulf, headed for Florida today.

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  18. Fishing into the evening as it warms up in VeniceRead the original story

    Jan 30, 2016 | Louisiana Sportsman

    ... released one bull red and lost another, we thru back approximately 35 undersized redfish. Great day kayak fishing in Venice Louisiana. [email protected]VeniceLa.com (504)419-5645

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  19. The WilliesGEE, Can Florida Get One of Those?Read the original story

    Feb 1, 2016 | American Reporter

    As the oil seeps from the capsized carcass of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig 52 miles off Venice, La., and the bdies of 11 workers remain undiscovered in the Gulf of Mexico, the incredible stupidity of recent White House approval for drilling off the coast of Florida is dramatized in a way nothing else can. Hey, can we get a burning, sinking, polluting and deadly oil rig right off Florida? What a great tourist attraction that would be! And you get free oil, too - 1,000 barrels a day is leaking from the wellhead and liming across the Gulf, headed for Florida today.

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  20. South Rayne Speckle BellyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 25, 2016 | Louisiana Sportsman

    ... over the holidays and Joseph, his dad and captain Scott made short work of a limit. Captain Scott isn't just one of Venice's most well known Tuna guides he is also pretty dangerous with a speck call. Joseph was all smiles but he can't wait to get ...

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