Mister Twister’s BUZZ Bug, which the Louisiana company plans to introduce at the beginning of 2016, was in the right place at the right time to make a name for itself before it ever hit the market. […]
Garmin bills its new echoMAP CHIRP models as a series of “entry-level” combination sonar/GPS units with built-in CHIRP sonar technology, but I think the term “affordable” fits better. […]
As we transition from the holiday season into the New Year, we deer hunters find ourselves entering the fourth quarter, so to speak, of the 2015/2016 season.
According to where you are geographically, the rut is either full on or is just beginning to wind down. […]
I enjoy fishing 4,144-acre Okatibbee Lake near Meridian during January. With its 28 miles of shoreline, the lake is an important feature in the development of the Pascagoula River Basin, a project of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers authorized by Congress in 1962 for flood reduction on 26,000 acres of residential, industrial and agricultural lands along Okatibbee Creek and the upper Chickasawhay River. […]
Here are some nuggets of wisdom to help you locate fish along their seasonal routes.
Making hay: — FLW regional pro Phil Marks knows the standard seasonal targets, but he said it’s also important to pay attention to weather events and how they might influence subsequent seasons. […]
The Mississippi Delta is blessed with an abundance of smaller rivers and creeks that wind their way across the area before dumping into larger flows that wind up in the Mississippi River. These waterways provide plenty of waterfowl resting and feeding grounds to both resident populations and those making southerly migrations. […]
As both a hard-core duck hunter and an award-winning taxidermist, Shane Candler understands the importance of reliving the memory of the hunt, especially when it comes to mounting that first-ever species or trophy from the hunt of a lifetime. […]
Last month I told you about the “blue man” I ran into on a cold January day several years ago over in East Texas. He had turned blue because he was so cold and didn’t want to leave the lake because he was catching some of the biggest deep water slabs I’ve ever seen. […]