Louisiana's trespass laws lock anglers out of most coastal marshes

Louisiana is known as the Sportsman's Paradise, and its a moniker that's well-deserved. Natives have heard all their lives about unfettered coastal subsidence that gobbles our marshes, turning them from fish nurseries and bird rookeries into vast, open-water nothingness. That might lead some to believe there's not much left along the tattered sole of America's boot.

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