• Mississippi Hunting

    The Firminator: all-you-need food-plot tool for ATVs

    If you’ve ever had a hunting lease with perfect spots for food plots or a small dove field, but had no access to a tractor, you were probably out of luck when it came to planting clover, buckwheat, rape, sorghum, millet or sunflowers.

    September 01 at 7:00am

    Gator season opens Friday

    It’s the start of Mississippi’s public water alligator season, and throughout the state, thousands of hunters are putting the final touches on preparations for the pursuit.

    August 30 at 4:30pm

    More days for Canada geese, other migratory birds

    New regulations will allow more days to hunt Canada geese during September, as well as rails, moorhens and gallinules.

    August 30 at 12:00pm

    Wing shooters get ready: It opens Saturday

    Mississippi’s most liberal and opportunistic dove season ever is scheduled to open Saturday statewide.

    August 29 at 8:30am

    2nd Amendment tax-free weekend starts Friday

    Think Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, produces mad scenes of rushing, eager shoppers looking for great deals for Christmas?

    August 28 at 8:00am

    Time is short

    My goodness, where has the time gone? In another month, SEC football games will be playing live on television, and the opening of archery season for deer will be less than 30 days away. If you haven’t already been working hard in your spare time to ensure that your hunting property, tree stands and weapons of choice are all ready to rock-n-roll, you are already behind the proverbial “8 ball.”

    August 21 at 9:00am

    Gear must include mosquito protection

    When gearing up for an early season archery hunt on a WMA — or anywhere else, for that matter — make sure to include some mosquito protection. 

    August 15 at 7:00am

    Stick a WMA whitetail

    Choosing a Wildlife Management Area to hunt during Mississippi’s archery season can be as simple or as complex as your desired result, from chasing a trophy, putting meat on the table or just enjoying deer encounters.

    August 01 at 7:00am

    Bow prep now is time well spent

    As we enter August, early archery seasons are around the corner in many areas.  With that in mind, my thoughts always shift from fishing to bowhunting. It’s time to prepare for the season, and what you do now could very well determine outcomes later this fall. 

    August 01 at 7:00am

    Off Grid Tools’ Survival Axe

    My son, the Eagle Scout, is in his late 20s now, but I can only imagine how he’d have been the toast of his troop 10 years ago if he’d showed up at camp with an Off Grid Tools’ survival axe.

    August 01 at 7:00am

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