Wednesday’s final practice for the 2010 Bassmaster Classic didn’t get any better, with bites coming few and far between. Apparently, the subfreezing temperatures have pushed Lay Lake’s bass fishery into the doldrums, and anglers returned from the reservoir shaking their heads. […]
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Many of the Bassmaster Classic competitors made long runs into the Coosa River north of Lay Lake during the official practice period, which ran from Friday (Feb. 12) through Sunday (Feb. 14), in hopes of finding warmer water and active bites.
Anglers were blown away when Humminbird introduced their Side Imaging sonar, and Lowrance customers joined the clammor last year when that company released its StructureScan Imaging module. Now the company’s are locked in a legal battle over the right to sell the innovative technology.
The parent company of Humminbird electronic has filed suit claiming competitor Lowrance infringed on the company’s patent for side-scan technology, according to a news release. […]
A proposed legislative bill that would increase gun hunting for deer by 22 days has the endorsement of the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks.
House Bill 1282 passed out of the House wildlife committee on Thursday (Jan. 21), and is awaiting full consideration of the House, which has until Feb. 11 to act on bill or will die on the calendar. […]
State biologists counted an estimated 400,491 waterfowl in the Mississippi Delta during their December aerial survey conducted Dec. 16-18, the Mississippi Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks Department reported. […]