• Mississippi Hunting

    Crossbow scopes 101: Sight them in correctly

    Due to more liberal regulations and an aging population with more and more physical limitations, crossbow use has increased dramatically almost nationwide. 

    November 01 at 7:00am

    Nikon’s BLACK riflescopes

    Engineered to deliver your longest shots with confident precision, the new BLACK FX1000 is set to raise eyebrows and expectations among long-range shooters.

    November 01 at 7:00am

    HybridLight’s Mammoth

    Talk about a flashlight that’s much, much more. That’s HybridLight’s Mammoth, a multi-light/charger that can take on just about any lighting task a sportsman can think of.

    November 01 at 7:00am

    Tink’s Black Label

    If one scent product is iconic in the deer-hunting industry, it’s Tink’s #69 Doe-in-Rut. So how do you make the best better?

    November 01 at 7:00am

    Other migratory bird seasons

    Doves, crows, rails, gallinules, moorhens and snipe are all legal at different times in November, and more Mississippians than ever are taking advantage of the opportunity. Well, at least some of those birds.

    November 01 at 6:00am

    CWD confirmed: Management plan set

    Hunters in three northeast Mississippi counties received the bad news late Monday: Chronic wasting disease (CWD) has been confirmed by the National Veterinary Laboratory in Iowa in a deer collected on Oct. 8 in Pontotoc County.

    October 31 at 1:45pm

    Majestic albino buck killed in N.C.

    After three years as just acquaintances, Alec Robertson of Reidsville, N.C., finally got to meet an old friend.

    October 31 at 9:00am

    Turkey harvest reporting to be made mandatory

    The Mississippi Commission on Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks proposed in September to enact the state’s first mandatory harvest-reporting system that will be in effect during the 2019 spring wild turkey season.

    October 25 at 6:00am

    State awaits confirmation of 2nd CWD case

    Mississippi wildlife officials are awaiting definitive results from the National Veterinary Sciences Laboratory in Iowa before beginning a response to a suspected case of chronic wasting disease in a deer discovered earlier this month in Pontotoc County.

    October 22 at 3:45pm

    What’s wrong with simple?

    October is finally here, and beyond sitting in a stand and bowhunting, you know what that means. It is once again time to plant food plots. 

    October 22 at 9:00am

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