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    Adjust when bass fishing late-season cold fronts

    When late-season cold fronts put prespawners in a foul mood, just remember that, despite the interruptive nature of a temperature drop and the dreaded bluebird post-front day, the fish still want to eat.

    March 15, 2015 at 8:00am

    Concealment is key to late-season success

    One of the tallest hurdles about hunting late-season deer is that they are on the back end of a season during which they have just about seen, heard and smelled it all.

    January 16 at 6:00am

    How to field-breast ducks

    Hunters who plan to only use the breasts of their ducks have little need to clean and transport whole birds from the field or camp to their home.

    January 13 at 12:00pm

    Speckled trout, deer changes coming next week

    Mississippi sportsmen and sportswomen face some big changes next week, whether they chase fish in the Gulf of Mexico or white-tailed deer in the woods and fields.

    January 13 at 1:00pm

    4 Louisiana prison guards accused of 26 illegal deer kills in Mississippi

    Four Louisiana prison guards are accused of illegally killing 26 deer in Mississippi, The Clarion-Ledger reported.

    The suspects, two of whom live in Mississippi, and two of whom hail from Louisiana, face fines that could top $62,000, the newspaper reported.

    January 12 at 4:44pm

    Terry hunter arrows 150-class 'urban' buck

    Young Zach Winstead of Terry has hunted all over Mississippi, including some of the state’s best areas for big buck, from the Delta to the Big Black River bottoms to Natchez. 

    But on Dec. 30, while bowhunting maybe a mile from his home, the 19-year-old freshman at Hinds Community College arrowed a buck of a lifetime — a 155 7/8-inch 13-point within sight of houses on the outskirts of town.

    January 12 at 1:55pm

    Start the year off with some bass

    January is a fickle month at Ross Barnett, with warm weather some years while other times feature temperatures below freezing the entire month. 

    January 11 at 4:20pm

    Hunter shares details on potential state-record buck

    Josh Clark’s home is hours away from Canemount Wildlife Management Area, so when he was drawn for the second year in a row to hunt the public land he pretty much showed up blind.

    “You can scout on Thursday (before the hunt), but I live six hours away, so I can’t drive that far to scout for one day,” Clark said.

    But the hunter ended his 2016 lottery hunt standing over a buck that could score as the biggest typical buck in the state. It has been green scored as high as 205 inches, with the Canemount crew scoring it at 175 inches.

    January 11 at 3:41pm

    Hunter ‘blessed’ with 171-inch double main-beam beast

    “Blessed.”

    That is the word Nathan Smith of Madison used to describe his feelings and the experience of killing a 171-inch, double main-beamed Yazoo County giant buck last Saturday (Jan. 7).

    January 11 at 9:15am

    Delta doubleheader — Duck hunting in the morning plus deer hunting in the evenings

    Whistling wings buzzed directly overhead an instant before a flock of ducks suddenly crashed into our decoy spread in the pre-dawn darkness. An old lone Susie who was now swimming amongst the decoys called out to a group of mallards flying overhead. 

    January 01, 2016 at 7:00am

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