Hey Guy welcome to the forum- you're going to have a blast chasing panfish and bass. They'll be a lot of fun.
A "warmwater" panfish/bass assortment would be a great way to get started. Here's a site that might be great to browse through. They have individual flies as well as assortments. I've never used them, but they look to be good quality. They sell assortments as well as individual flies if you want to cobble together your own set: BreamBugs.com
An assortment of flies with some small poppers and/or foam spiders in sizes 10-12 or so would be great for panfish and small bass to whack. Add a few bead head nymphs or small buggers or other sinking patterns for sub surface. On the Bream Bugs site these would be patterns like Miss Prissy, Bully's Bluegill Spiders for topwater and subsurface patterns like the Upside Down Bream Killer, Tellico Nymph, Wilson's Bream Bugger, Wilson's Mini Minnie.
For bass, what's the fly line weight of your fly rod? The reason i ask is that some really big poppers and other bushy bass stuff in large sizes ( say 2 and up) might be hard to cast unless you're using something like an 8 weight rod.
If you have a lighter rod (say a 6 weight or lighter), you can add a few slightly bigger poppers (size 6 or so), and some subsurface flies --- something like bead head buggers and/or marabou muddlers in size 6 or 8 to your panfish flies to target some bigger bass too.
And here's another resource for you: Louisiana Fly Fishing - Clubs
Joining a club is a great way to kick start your new fly fishing career. You'll get a lot pointers, as well as meet a few new buddies. Most clubs have informative meetings and group trips to local waters as well, and they can also help point out any fly fishing shops or other resources in your area.
By the way, also go to the home page and browse around through the site of that link for Louisiana Fly Fishing. It would be good to bookmark-- it looks like they keep up to date with the fly fishing down your way.
Good luck, feel free to ask questions as they come up and "Best Fishes" in the New Year--