- Duck hunting is becoming a favorite sport for many sportsmen and sportswomen. Considering all the gear needed, it can become expensive very quickly — especially if you have to pay to access good places near flyways with good numbers of mallards and pintails.
- December marks transition time from fall to winter for Mississippi’s saltwater gamefish. Learn how to get in their way.
- Two things you’ll find in abundance across Mississippi this month are ducks and flowing waterways.
- Linda Burdine Pollard sat in her favorite deer stand in north Choctaw County last year, searching for sign of a hot doe. What she heard and saw were something very different, but exactly what she was looking for: a red-hot buck.
- Unless you have lived under a rock for the past decade you know feral hogs are a problem in Mississippi. They have the highest reproduction rate of any mammal that weighs 100 pounds or more, and trying to control them is like nailing Jell-O to a creosote post.
- Chronic wasting disease raised its ugly head in Mississippi, and quite frankly, deer hunting will probably never be exactly the same again.
- The new “Code-Red” VibraWedge spinnerbait will help you put more bass in the boat.
The advent of the compound bow changed archery for the better. The addition of wheels allows more people to participate in our sport by making it easier to draw and hold heavier draw weights.
- How to catch nice-sized largemouths, big smallmouths, white bass, stripers and hybrids all in the same day at Pickwick Lake in December.
- Catching bass when the water turns muddy can be challenging. Here's how to up your odds of catching fish.
Mississippi appears to have its third deer with chronic wasting disease, the second from the Issaquena County CWD Management Zone, and the first doe to be discovered with the deadly protein-based illness.
- Theirs is a relationship and a story that transcends most father and son hunting kinships, little 13-year-old Jason and his dad Dana Sanders, who recently celebrated the youngster’s first deer taken with a bow.
A wet start to November put a lot of rain on the Delta, providing good early habitat for ducks. Hunters just need it to keep raining and for the temperatures to start falling quickly to hasten waterfowl migration.
Mississippi is blessed with great fishing opportunities on every page of the calendar, and some of it is saved for the last page: December.