Access in Louisiana: public or private?
Kevin Gaubert is president of the Louisiana B.A.S.S. Nation, so he gets regular reports from anglers about the hottest fishing spots and the latest lures to catch the biggest bass in the Bayou State.
Gaubert is also a property owner in south Louisiana. He lives in Luling, which is a tiny town tucked beside the Mississippi River only a few miles west of Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.
It may sound cliché, but he’s a proud American, and he values his right to live on his own property and do with it pretty much what he pleases.
These days, Gaubert is hearing as much about property rights as he is about bass fishing, and that’s cause for alarm, he said.