• Other Hunting

    The silhouette of a flying snipe is unmistakable. Look for the stocky, short wings and long, slender bill. Snipe also make a screeching alarm call when flushed, which is sometimes the first clue a hunter has that a bird is nearby.

    Snipe Hunting — For Real

    Christmas has come and gone, and deer and duck seasons are coming to an end in Mississippi. Most of us have fattened up over the holidays, and the brutal, late-winter weather might have us spending a little too much time indoors munching on the candied pecans.
    February 03, 2009 at 10:59am
    Coon hunting with hounds is a deep-rooted tradition all across the South, but especially in the Magnolia State.

    Nighttime Bandits

    “Load up, Music!”

    The old blue tick coon hound did as Buddy Lisk commanded, leaping excitedly onto the tailgate of the pickup and settling in next to his litter mate, Blaze, for the short ride to Christian Bottom.
    February 03, 2009 at 10:43am
    Action is the name of the game, and squirrel hunting offers plenty of it. That appeals to young hunters.

    Tree Rat Resurgnece

    "This is as good as it gets,” Neal Brown said as he stoked a Tennessee-style flintlock in .32 caliber. “I’ve done a lot of hunting, but squirrel hunting with a dog and the flintlock is my favorite. Let’s see what Barlow puts up down here in the swamp.”
    December 02, 2008 at 11:25am
    If you’re legally carrying your firearm, law-enforcement authorities have no right to seize it during a traffic stop.

    You don’t lose gun rights in traffic stop

    “Do I look like a thug?”
    January 24, 2008 at 10:05am