Morehouse Parish (LA) Fishing Reports, Fishing Times, Licenses, and Campgrounds

Fish Species in Morehouse Parish Area

Catfish,  Largemouth Bass,  Crappie,  Bream/Bluegill,  Redear Sunfish,  Striped Bass,  Perch,  Sunfish,  Warmouth,   and 5 more

Morehouse Parish Area Fishing by Water Type

Lakes: 17   Rivers/Streams: 54   Reservoirs: 3   Others: 5   All: 79

Morehouse Parish (LA) Fishing Spots

Anderson Lake 11.4 miles
Bayou Bonne Idee 13.4 miles
Bayou Coulee 13.1 miles
Bayou de Glaize 7.9 miles
Bayou Galion 3.9 miles
Bear Skin Bayou 13.4 miles
Blackman Lake 12.5 miles
Cane Bayou 13.4 miles
Caney Bayou 8.2 miles
Carney Slu 12.5 miles
Coffee Bayou 12.6 miles
Crane Lake 13.6 miles
Cypress Bayou 8.7 miles
Cypress Bayou 10 miles
Cypress Creek 9.7 miles
Cypress Creek 9.6 miles
De Butte Creek 11.2 miles
De Butte Creek 12.1 miles
Deer Lake 12.1 miles
Delemar Bayou 0.7 miles
East Fork Creek 5.3 miles
Horse Bayou 10.1 miles
Horseshoe Lake 12.8 miles
Hurricane Creek 14.5 miles
Jelks Bayou 7.4 miles
Jordan Creek 13.1 miles
Lake Lafourche 14.2 miles
Overflow Creek 13.1 miles
Overflow Creek 12.5 miles
Parker Slash 14 miles
Sandy Lick Bayou 14.5 miles
The Glades 6.4 miles
The Swale 6.9 miles
Turkey Bayou 13 miles
White Oak Bayou 6.4 miles
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Morehouse Parish (LA) Fishing Licenses

For Fishing License purchase, fishing rules, and fishing regulations please visit Louisiana Fish & Wildlife. Please remember to check with the local Fish and Wildlife department to ensure the Fishing Spot is open to the public, and respect all signs indicating private property or restricting access.

More About Morehouse Parish (LA) Fishing

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