Bobby C's Outdoors
|The ones that wouldn’t get away
151 Views - Posted: April 16 at 4:20 pm
The bass was jumping. Then it was diving.
|Hen turkey pays a timely visit
412 Views - Posted: April 04 at 5:45 pm
Being an outdoor writer who has chased wildlife and fish around Mississippi and the southeast for nearly four decades, I have told many stories.
|Nothing like a taste of redear action
819 Views - Posted: March 20 at 11:30 am
Got this terse e-mail from a friend Wednesday: “Redear bedding, and they are huge!”
|Fishing for the thump
822 Views - Posted: March 13 at 3:15 pm
Crappie fishing — especially in the spring when the fish get active during the pre-spawn and spawning process — appeals to all five of my senses.
|Turkeys make you work
630 Views - Posted: March 11 at 11:25 am
It was a cool April morning, several springs ago. The dogwoods had bloomed, the crappie were spawning and, even better, there were five tom turkeys around us gobbling to greet the rising sun. Inside of the next two hours I would learn to honor and respect the wild turkey, and to admire the men and women who work hard to hunt them.
Turkey hunting is one of those sports that must be experienced to be fully understood. Until you've had a mean ol' gobbler strutting full fan in front of you, spitting as if to cuss you and drumming to announce his eagerness to, well ... uh, how can I put this ... to mate with you, it is impossible to comprehend the setting.
|A simple gobble makes day worthwhile
725 Views - Posted: March 07 at 2:30 pm
It’s March now, and spring is on the way. We can soon look forward to blooming dogwoods, spawning crappie and to the thunderous gobbles of turkeys, resounding through the woods.
Ever since I was introduced to turkey hunting 25 years ago, nothing has signaled the arrival of spring more than hearing a gobbler bellow his morning call at sunrise.
My late friend Boyd Burrow was so impassioned by the sound that he spent most of his February, March and April mornings driving somewhere just to hear one gobble.
|Days with bream are the best
600 Views - Posted: March 07 at 10:15 am
My alma mater's football program has had this motto for years: “Anyone, anytime, anywhere.” The obvious meaning is that they’re willing to play any team at any time on any field the other chooses.
Kind of sounds a lot like my fishing philosophy. I’ll fish for anything that will bite my hook on any water where and when that type of fish is biting.
Doesn't matter to me what it is, if it is willing to dance, I’m ready to crank up the music. I have fished for all the normal species, including:
|Rookie hunter fills limit with 140-inch 10-point
831 Views - Posted: February 13 at 9:00 am
Steve Rogers never fired a shot during Mississippi’s 2013-14 gun season on deer, but he’ll tell you right away “it is hands down, the best deer season I have ever had.”
When he tells the story, it’s easy to see why.
It was the first season his 7-year-old son Reed was able to handle a gun and could be the hunter when they shared a stand. The youngster far exceeded any expectations his dad had.
Reed Rogers limited out on bucks, culminating in a 140-inch 10-point taken on Jan. 31, in the final hour of the final day of the season.
|Grandma’s greatest gift: Squirrel dishes
1005 Views - Posted: January 27 at 11:00 am
As a young’un growing up with a heavy influence of countrified, or should I say country-fried grandparents, I learned early the delicious taste of wild game.
My grandpa Willie killed his share, and my grandma Mary cooked it all. The winter never ended without their freezer full of deer, squirrel, rabbit, frog, duck and even a raccoon or two.
And my spring and summer visits usually included three meals a day from that delicious food reserve. I loved it all, and why wouldn’t I. Those days were long before we worried about lard, bacon drippings and everything else Grandma used to turn wild into wonderful.
|Score this one!
26706 Views - Posted: January 02 at 11:20 am
I pity the guy, or guys, or team of guys who have to score the buck taken Dec. 17 by Hunter Bower of Vaughn. It could very easily be the toughest task he or they will face in 2014.
|Spinnerbait produces marsh magic
956 Views - Posted: December 04, 2013 at 10:30 am
Spotting what he called “a little nervous water” in a shallow cove on an unseasonably calm Monday, Capt. Sonny Schindler turned his trolling motor and pointed his 23-foot boat across a small bay in the Biloxi Marsh.
|Buck rekindles hunting bug for Buffalo native
994 Views - Posted: November 18, 2013 at 11:00 am
The buck James Mrowczynski killed Saturday morning below the spillway at Barnett Reservoir is a modest one, even by his standards from past hunting experiences in his native western New York.
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