• December 2017 - Volume 19, Number 12

    Features

    It takes commitment to be in the right place at the right time for Mississippi deer hunters.

    When it comes to harvesting mature bucks, some hunters always seem to be in the right spot at the right time, perhaps because they possess the right mix of luck and skill.

    Mississippi bass pro says knowing how to play the cold-front game will get you bigger bags of bass this month.

    Bass pro Pete Ponds has a very interesting take on cold-weather fishing.

    If deer-hunting success has eluded you, these steps can increase your odds

    December is here, and you’ve caught yourself sitting in the same old stand, watching the same old food plot grow. If the season isn’t going as you had hoped, perhaps it’s time to become proactive about deer hunting. 

    Should Mississippi duck hunters try and kill all the early ducks they can this month, or should they save some for later in the season? Here are three different ideas on the subject of waterfowl hunting.

    Duck hunters have two basic, different philosophies on how to handle early arriving waterfowl in December, before the main migration finally reaches Mississippi.

    The definition of a “trophy” buck is in the eye of the beholder, but more are showing up in a northern Mississippi Delta big-buck contest every year

    The saying “beauty is in the eye of the beholder” is a perfect fit for Mississippi deer hunters.

    Mississippi’s lengthy north-south geography means the rut progresses across the state over roughly the next 60 days. It’s magic time in the deer woods — maybe you’ll finally knock down that big buck you’ve been dreaming of. Photo by Brian Carroll.