• Hunting

    The author had a lot to be grateful for last Thanksgiving, taking this 8-point, 210-pound buck with a 20-inch spread on the morning of the holiday.

    Writer’s Thanksgiving morning buck

    November 15 at 6:00am
    The Hunter Safety Systems harness was designed after a close call involving a collapsed deer stand.

    Be safe with a system

    November 15 at 6:00am
    Kade Lott, 14, of Valley Park, killed this Sharkey County monster 10 point on Nov. 10 after his dad had spotted it the first weekend of the youth season.

    Little Lott’s big Sharkey County buck

    Dad spots giant 10-point one weekend, puts son on it the next in youth season
    November 14 at 4:25pm

    3rd CWD case suspected in Issaquena County

    Doe tested positive; tissue sent to Iowa for confirmation
    November 12 at 11:40am
    Brayson Briggs killed his first buck in St. Catherine Creek National Wildlife Refuge.

    Young hunter’s first buck recovery captured on video

    Nice 9-point went down on St. Catherine Creek NWR
    November 12 at 9:30am
    Specklebellies typically don’t arrive in Mississippi until the latter parts of the season.

    Plenty of shooting on the wing

    November 05 at 6:00am
    Mississippi has made it legal to hunt deer within 100 yards or within sight of bait.

    Deer ‘baiting’ rule changes

    November 01 at 10:15am
    HybridLight’s Mammoth

    HybridLight’s Mammoth

    November 01 at 7:00am

    Cover

    November 01 at 7:00am
    Tink’s Black Label

    Tink’s Black Label

    November 01 at 7:00am
    Nikon’s BLACK riflescope

    Nikon’s BLACK riflescopes

    November 01 at 7:00am
    Use a permanent marker to note where your speed ring is set so it will be easy to determine if it’s been moved.

    Crossbow scopes 101: Sight them in correctly

    The process takes several steps — but it’s invaluable when that big buck walks out
    November 01 at 7:00am
    The allure of chasing whitetails is a lifelong addiction for Mississippi hunters.

    The timeless allure of hunting

    Being in the woods, taking nice deer, have changed the lives of more than just one or two hunters.
    November 01 at 7:00am
    Hunting in early November gives a hunter a chance to catch bucks acting naturally, before pressure drives them deeper in the woods or later in the night.

    A time to kill

    November brings plenty of different opportunities for Mississippi deer hunters to put venison in the freezer: youth season, primitive weapons season and finally, gun season.
    November 01 at 7:00am