The June issue of Mississippi Sportsman heads to the printer today (May 19), and it’s a great one. The issue is jam-packed with information directing you to the hot places and techniques to load your boat in June. It also gives hunters details on a major step they can take today to greatly benefit their deer herds. […]
The Bonnet Carre Spillway and the Mississippi Sound.
This year’s spring rains and thaws from a hard winter have created the largest flood to come down the Mississippi and Ohio River valleys in a century. That led to the opening of the 5.7-mile long Bonnet Carre Spillway, which is located 32.8 river miles north of New Orleans. […]
The rising levels of the Mississippi River and its tributaries will disperse alligators, snakes and other wildlife to new locations, and residents should be prepared for encounters, the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks said today (May 18).
“If snakes are encountered, it is always best to keep your distance, since most snake bites occur when people try to handle or kill them,” MDWFP’s Alligator Program Leader Ricky Flynt said. […]
The rising waters along the Mississippi and its tributaries have forced animals out of their normal home ranges, and the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks is asking people not to approach wildlife on levees, raised roadways and other high ground. […]
It’s time for MS-Sportsman.com users to decide the best photos entered in the December edition of the Nikon Deer of the Year and the Trail Cam contests. Voting will continue through Jan. 5, with winners in each contest announced Jan. 6.
It’s easier than ever to pick up a copy of Mississippi Sportsman. In fact, you never have to leave your house, office or camp because issues can be purchased right from your computer, smart phone or mobile device. […]