September in Mississippi is a wonderful time that signals the start of the fall hunting seasons. Magnolia hunters take to the fields in droves for the mouth-watering morsels we call mourning doves, but they aren’t the only feathery foods we can hunt in September.
Hunting is a time-intensive activity. Unfortunately in this fast paced whirlwind world, time is a prized commodity. We all have so many obligations with church, family, work, civic duties and everything else it is increasingly difficult to squeeze in just one day of hunting every so often.
Many Mississippians have discovered the pleasures of retirement near the water. Typically, all thats required is a body of water with available land so that residents can enjoy their new surroundings.
Cory Vignes is one hunter who can't wait for the 2008 deer season to open.