Like many of the state’s grass farmers, Mississippi deer hunters hoping to produce rich food plots are dealing with a spotty outbreak of armyworms that has hit some areas pretty hard while leaving others alone. […]
October is most noted among outdoorsmen for the hunting opportunities it brings Mississippians, but for fishermen, especially those who do not enjoy the shooting sports, October is about as good as it gets. […]
When Jeff Foster caught his 17.34-pound bass at Davis Lake three years ago, it was no fluke.
“I went there, like I always do in winter, hoping to get one bite,” said Foster, of Tupelo, whose fish is the second largest bass ever recorded in Mississippi. “My favorite time of the year is the pre-spawn and I like the coldest, rawest days I can get. […]
Jerry Miller is having a hard time concentrating on his professional or personal life this week.
“I’m afraid I’m consumed with deer season, and it’s getting so close,” said Miller, 27, of Brandon. “I have scouted. I have hung stands. I have prepared my clothes for scent control. I have shot about a thousand arrows.” […]
Tim Spencer had a hard time measuring just how long he’s been waiting for Saturday (Sept. 24) to arrive.
“It’d be easy to say I’ve been looking to this day for eight years, since that’s how old my son Henry is,” said Spencer, an avid outdoorsman and a longtime fan of squirrel hunting. “But honestly, I think it’s more like 35 years, because that’s how many years it’s been since Dad and Grandpa took me on my first squirrel hunt. […]
Gary Yamamoto Custom Baits keeps raising the bar higher and higher with each entry into the artificial lure manufacturing industry.
For example, owner Gary Yamamoto is proud of the fairly new Heart Tail Swimbait. […]
Space is always at a premium on a boat, so Capt. Mike Gallo came up with a novel idea that keeps him and his clients safer during unexpected storms on the water — but is small enough to hardly be noticed by anyone onboard. […]