- Battles with big, black drum ward off winter’s chill for Mississippi’s saltwater fishermen.
- The whitetail rut is underway in January in plenty of areas of Mississippi — just maybe not at the same times.
- If January 2019 duck season is even close to 2018, Mississippi hunters will be in heaven.
- We researched the archives of MS-Sportsman.com and came up with the 10 most compelling stories of the year.
- Don’t expect to go to Pickwick Lake and see numbers of treetops, brush tops, standing timber and invisible cover that you can fish, because you won’t.
- Take advantage of a whitetail’s response to hunting pressure to use your tags as Mississippi’s season wanes.
- Rice and cream of mushroom makes this venison-based soup a great winter meal.
- January and February can be tough months for finding and catching bass, but this is one of the best times for fishing shallow Bogue Homa Lake.
- Asian carp have been expanding their territory throughout the Mississippi River and connected waters for several decades.
- Vudu’s new Weedless Shrimp is perfect for shallow water applications.
- Beginning with the 2019 spring season, Mississippi turkey hunters will be required to carry a harvest report in their possession and report all kills.
- Here are five hot spots Mississippi fishermen should try this month.
- All fishermen on Barnett Reservoir will be required to have a designated and clearly marked trash receptacle in their possession while fishing waters.
- A major change in the federal migratory bird framework is giving Mississippi dove hunters additional opportunities to take the fast-flying birds this month.
- Billy McKee and his appropriately named son Gunner of Terry can make a claim that few other deer hunters can — they collected 262 inches of antler with two shots in five minutes.
Heath Hodges won something akin to a big buck lottery on the afternoon of Dec. 3 when a huge 20-point brute chose his trail to walk down.
- The advantage of youth can extend way beyond the lack of fiscal responsibility, work deadlines, body pains and all that stuff us older folks deal with on a regular basis.
- After the 2018-19 season, it will be illegal for deer hunters in Mississippi to use natural deer-urine attractant products.
A suspected second case of chronic wasting disease in Issaquena County has been confirmed, the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks announced this week.
Rick and Nathanael Reeves had a rare kinship with a buck that covered several years, not far from their home in Southaven in DeSoto County, a deer so impressive they called it Samson.