If you haven’t been outside for a while, let me warn you, the temperature is leaning heavily toward the hot side. Cool days are in the mid-80s, and hot days steam into the 90s, with humidity numbers almost as high. Still, it’s comfortable most evenings to cook on your deck or patio. […]
It’s always a good idea to be friendly to an officer of the law, and to never challenge his or her authority, or at least their ability to carry out their authorized duties. That goes double for the conservation officers from the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks. […]
A veteran saltwater fishing guide out of Sarasota, Florida, has an artificial bait that looks so much like the real thing, it’s irresistible to speckled trout, redfish and snook in the shallow waters he fishes along the coast.
This weekend’s 2018 Louisiana Sportsman Show, presented by Reed’s Metals and Parish Tractor at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, La., is certain to be a hit with all outdoors enthusiasts.
If Chas Champagne, the owner Matrix Shad lures is cruising through marsh and duck ponds sight-fishing for reds — but doesn’t actually spot any fish — he’s typically keeping a close eye out for two other reliable indicators of reds in the neighborhood. […]
Mississippi’s recreational fishermen have been very successful at catching red snapper this summer — 82,500 pounds, state officials say — but that is proving to be both good and bad news for anglers. […]
A question I was asked by a deer hunter the first week of June stands out as July rolls around. He wanted to know in what stage bucks’ antler growth would be, but the big question was, “Would it be worth it to put cameras up?” […]