• Other Hunting

    The author is pictured with a coyote killed by Haze Bosarge.

    Bye Bye, Wile E.

    If you’ve got too many coyotes on your hunting land, Mississippi’s new regulations are like a gift box from Acme.
    April 30, 2009 at 10:16am
    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

    These aren’t the birds of your college pranks. They’re a blast to hunt, and they’re plentiful now.
    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

    These masked marauders liven up chilly Mississippi nights.
    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

    Squirrels have fallen from their lofty perch as the No. 1 game animal in Mississippi, but they appear to be climbing up the podium again.
    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

    January 24, 2008 at 10:05am