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Janky
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re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
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It would if you owned the property and were held legally responsible for anything that happened on that property


We do own property north of the ICW and south of lake Arthur around Klondike. The water in that marsh is accessible from the ICW. I have seen people fishing back there a few times, and never has anyone run them off.


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Janky
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re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
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This is a bad argument and makes your side look bad. Again, I have no skin in this. I am a fisherman who would probably benefit from your side winning


I’m listening.


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Ron Cheramie
The Cajun Hedgehog
Member since Aug 2016
1933 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
He absolutely can block off the canal

I agree we have a corrupt state, but it's the law.


cajun12
LSU Fan
Houma, LA
Member since Sep 2004
1814 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
The real problem is the people that make the good suffer for the bad. The a-holes that don’t respect the property is the reason the gates are up in the first place. Our duck lease is constantly covered up with bass fishermen in the Marsh. I really could care less, but when they get up on step in the marsh and throw a wake that is washing away what little marsh we have left....then i have a problem. So now the land manager is constantly out there with the sheriffs department writing tickets for trespassing.


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lsupride87
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River Ridge
Member since Dec 2007
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re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
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Whether you feel it's right or wrong It's the law in Louisiana. It is what it is.

If you want to change the law, start another thread or join the groups that are trying to change it with now

You are arguing for nothing. Alx is right doesn't matter what Florida or Texas or Montana do, here in Louisiana Troy Landry has a right to block that canal even though its navigable. Navigable doesn't mean shite in Louisiana just because you can float it, doesn't mean you can hunt or fish there.
I agree

I am more in here for those that seem to like the law


And I have given both time, and money, fighting this law

As dumb as I am, there is over 40 years of legal background in my family


And get this, we have donated over 5,000 personal acres(the biggest donation) to make a public lake in north La so turds like Alxtgr can catch fish up there
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tigerfoot
Pittsburgh Fan
Alexandria
Member since Sep 2006
32863 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
donated to the public? Why do this? There was a water source flowing thru it, shoulda been mine already


lsupride87
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River Ridge
Member since Dec 2007
49123 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
Umm, let me educate you


There was no lake. Just land. They parish wanted to build a lake

So, for the good of the state, and the sportsman community, 1000s of personal acres were donated in order to make this possible

You North La people call this lake d'arbonne




Ron Cheramie
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Member since Aug 2016
1933 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
What lake?



lsupride87
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River Ridge
Member since Dec 2007
49123 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
D'arbonne


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tigerfoot
Pittsburgh Fan
Alexandria
Member since Sep 2006
32863 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
Um. How did the water appear in the lake?

Hint. There is a dam that is damming something.



lsupride87
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River Ridge
Member since Dec 2007
49123 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
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Um. How did the water appear in the lake?

Hint. There is a dam that is damming something.

You are very confused here


tigerfoot
Pittsburgh Fan
Alexandria
Member since Sep 2006
32863 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
No. You are. I asked a simple question.

What waterway was dammed to make the lake? Pretty simple


lsupride87
LSU Fan
River Ridge
Member since Dec 2007
49123 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
What is your point here? In order for the state to move water and flood people's land, they had to have their permission.


Dry land became a lake.

The damned Bayou D'arbonne in order to flood dry land


Dry land.

Land that was dry and donated



Dry land
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tigerfoot
Pittsburgh Fan
Alexandria
Member since Sep 2006
32863 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
What if you guys had dammed it and flooded it? Would it have been your lake?


lsupride87
LSU Fan
River Ridge
Member since Dec 2007
49123 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
Wait, you want us to go and dam natural bayous and rivers?


tigerfoot
Pittsburgh Fan
Alexandria
Member since Sep 2006
32863 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
You have never heard of private lakes being formed. Christ.


And what bayous or rivers are not natural?
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Janky
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Member since Jun 2011
22537 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
I have never personally heard of someone damming a public river or bayou to make a private lake.


Ron Cheramie
The Cajun Hedgehog
Member since Aug 2016
1933 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
I know of a few 100% public natural oxbow lakes in the ouachita river that were accessible even at pool stage that were dammed off by gen landowner


tigerfoot
Pittsburgh Fan
Alexandria
Member since Sep 2006
32863 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
We aren’t talking waterways that are declared public use.



lsupride87
LSU Fan
River Ridge
Member since Dec 2007
49123 posts

re: How do local people feel about Troy Landry?
What are you trying to get at?


I seriously have no idea




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