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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Anyone has the lyrics for Choupique?

there's also a little area south of Sulphur that's called Choupique; i want to say it's between sulphur and hackberry.

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Anyone has the lyrics for Choupique?

Looked on a "Roads of Louisiana" atlas and saw the one you talked about, and also one in Lafourche parish. The one near Chatagnier isnt on the map anymore, just the bayou.

Bryan Lafleur

Re: Anyone has the lyrics for Choupique?

I live just off Choupique road, not far from Choupique
bayou where yes, Griff, you could catch a Choupique.
Not that anyone would want to. toothy critters, not good to eat, the meat is very mushy. They do fight like hell though. Turn a perfectly good spinnerbait into a twisted ball of wire.

Re: Re: Anyone has the lyrics for Choupique?

Oh man, not good to eat. Maybe its the cabri in me, but its one of my favorites. It is only good if cooked fresh though, and I only like it in a sauce, not fried. On the banks of the bayou cooked over a fire, I get revenge for the twisted ball of spinnerbait.

Bryan Lafleur

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