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    Successful bow hunters are the ones who keep their promise to set up their stands early and leave them alone while they are getting in shooting practice.

    When it comes to deer, let it be

    Make sure you get everything right the first time
    Yesterday at 9:30am
    Big worms around lone cypress trees are the ticket for big bass on cypress lakes.

    Target lone cypress trees for big bass

    Toss a big worm for big results.
    Yesterday at 7:00am
    Tommy Boutwell has been catching largemouth at Jeff Davis Lake near Prentiss early in the morning to beat the heat, and has been doing so on Prototype Lures' new buzzbait.

    The ‘buzz’ at Jeff Davis Lake

    Go early, beat the heat, and throw buzzbaits
    August 16 at 2:00pm
    The 2017-18 Mississippi Outdoor Digest included some incorrect information regarding the regulations and limits for the upcoming deer season.

    MDWFP issues ‘Digest’ correction

    Incorrect data printed regarding 2017-18 deer seasons, limits
    August 16 at 11:20am
    Sometimes a few tweaks are needed to increase your hookup ratio on swimbaits. The top bait is a factory Live Target Mullet Swimbait. The bottom one has the dorsal fin removed to expose the hook, and a treble on the bottom.

    Land more fish with a stinger hook

    Sometimes all you need to turn bites into landed fish is another hook
    August 16 at 6:00am
    The annual waterfowl surveys by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service has good news for Mississippi duck hunters.

    Annual duck survey promising

    Some species up, some down, but overall there’s good news
    August 15 at 3:15pm
    Tiffany Wienke (left) of Vicksburg set the record for the longest alligator in 2016 with this 13-foot, 7 ½-inch brute caught in Bayou Pierre near its mouth on the Mississippi River.

    Gator time

    August is scorching hot, but there’s still plenty for a Mississippi sportsman to do
    August 14 at 7:00am
    Eleven new conservation officers were sworn into service for the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks and started working on July 5.

    MDWFP adds 11 new officers

    August 09 at 6:00am
    If you encounter a deer fawn, be sure to leave it alone. Does purposely leave them bedded and hidden.

    Leave fawns alone

    August 08 at 7:00am
    Fawn drops usually begin in Mississippi in late June and then peak in July and August.

    Heavy fawn drop expected in 2017

    August 07 at 7:00am
    Josh Clark killed this 200-inch-plus monster buck on a draw hunt at Canemount WMA in 2016.

    Apply now for WMA, Rez deer hunts

    Application period open for both agencies
    August 03 at 2:00pm