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Patrick McDaniel

This group is like Christmas to me.

This has been a community of anglers who love our sport, our state and each other.

Sharing tips, ideas and fishing spots. I am already a student of Inshore 101, of your blog and this group. That is a blessing to me.

What is LAFB Inshore?

LAFB Inshore is a Facebook group that serves as the discussion forum and community for this website, Louisiana Fishing Blog. (www.LAFishBlog.com)

It's where inshore anglers get fishing reports and talk about their passion with like-minded people and, with 15,000 members and growing, we have both quality and quantity in inshore fishing reports.

This is possible not just because of our awesome members, but also our volunteer moderator staff who enforce the community rules.

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