Panther Swamp National Wildlife Refuge is an area that floods each winter. However, its over 38,000 acres also contains one of the few remaining large tracts of mature hardwoods in the Mississippi Delta. […]
Dr. Jeffrey Lusk is one year away from joining his dad and brother in their Shreveport, La., ophthalmology clinic, but his training in Dallas has kept him away from his hunting club all season long. […]
“I knew the deer already and was specifically looking for his sheds,” the hunter said. “I found one of his sheds in March but never found the other. At this point, I knew he was going to be high on my hit list for this season. My pursuit of the animal became a lot more personal once I had a piece of him to hold. I like making my hunts as personal as I can.” […]
When Jonathan Cleveland went to bed on the night of Jan. 15, he had plans to be in a deer stand the following day. However, when he climbed out of bed the next morning, one look outside gave him second thoughts: It was warm, with south-southwest winds gusting to 25 miles per hour. His first instinct was to skip the hunt.
Thankfully for the 33-year-old Canton hunter, he changed his mind at the last minute, went to his hunting spot, climbed into his stand.
Fifteen minutes later, Cleveland was standing over the fallen form of a massive 10-point that has been green scored at more than 150 inches Boone & Crockett. […]
With his week of vacation coming agonizingly to a close on Dec. 30, Harvey Guillot cashed in on a magnificent 9-point buck at the last minute on his Rosedale Hunting Club on Davis Island, and it did it in an unconventional way. […]
West Point’s Robert Lott was practically born into a deer hunter’s paradise. The 2,500-acre timber farm in Clay County on which he lives has been in his family for four generations and is loaded with deer.
Soon after Lott, his dad and younger brother, headed for their deer stands on Dec. 15, one of the farm’s monarchs stepped into the crosshairs of his scope. That buck, a product of careful management, later scored in the mid 150s Boone & Crockett. […]
Nurse anesthetist Randy Wisenor makes it a practice to put people to sleep. It’s his job; it’s what he does.
On Oct. 1, Wisenor had completed his duties of sending surgical patients temporarily into la-la land, made the two-hour drive to his hunting lease in Copiah County and before darkness fell over the woods he’d performed the same feat – for keeps – on a trophy whitetail buck.