About Us

Cenla Kayak Anglers is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of kayak fishing, conservation and outdoor ethics in central Louisiana.


We meet the 1st Tuesday of each month.  Time is 6:00pm. Location varies.  Check the home page for location.  Our meetings cover a wide range of topics of interest to anglers in general.  The public is invited.

Membership Dues and Benefits

Membership dues typically cover the calendar year (January 1 through December 31.)
  • $xx per person
  • $xx per family

- If you join as a new member after October 1st, dues are $xx, and cover you through December 31st of the following year.

Kayak fishing in central Louisiana

There are many reasons to kayak fish. A few include: it's very affordable, it provides access to areas big boats cannot get to, kayaks are easier to transport, they provide a healthy alternative, kayaks are quiet and environmentally friendly.  But perhaps the best reason is that they're fun - there's nothing like hooking into a big red or big bass and getting taken for a "Cajun Sleigh Ride".

Is there a better area for freshwater kayak fishing than central Louisiana? We think not. From Lake Concordia west to Toledo Bend, from Chicot Lake north to Caney Lake, there are dozens of waters containing some of the state's largest bass, white perch and bream right here in Cenla. More and more folks in the Cenla area are finding out for themselves and joining the kayak fishing revolution!

That's why we've started Cenla Kayak Anglers.  We'll have meetings and outings to share and learn more about paddling, fishing from a canoe or kayak, conservation and aquatic resources.  We hope you'll join us. Bookmark this website and check back routinely!