A hunt in heavy fog last week resulted in a bigger-than-expected buck for a Forest Hill hunter in Vernon Parish.
Knowing where mature bucks are likely to travel on your property is key in trail cam placement, which can lead to improved harvest success.
Daniel Murray had been getting good trail cam pics of a nice 10-point up in Ouachita Parish — and the big buck didn't disappoint on the opening day of bow season.
A pro staffer says using bleat or grunt calls in October should be getting a deer's attention— instead of bringing in bucks ready to fight.
Get all the details on the Apex Predator's latest Colorado trip, including several close calls with some big mule deer, and lots of compound bow action targeting grouse.
Few people in the hunting industry would ever describe Marshall Collette as “understated.”
The big, garrulous hunter, a long-time pro staff member for companies like Mossy Oak and Quaker Boy, is rarely at a loss for words or opinions.
As the old saying goes, ‘If at first you don’t succeed, try - try - try again.’
Whether it’s deer or squirrels you’re hunting, it’s no secret that you’ll raise your chances of success by putting yourself in the right spot.
Most deer hunters scout with their eyes — either watching through binoculars, looking over trail-camera photos or actually in the woods, searching for deer sign.
Early in the season, bucks still run pretty much together, and it’s not uncommon to see eight to 10 bucks in the same group.
A climbing stand, a bow and arrow, and a bag of buck treasures is all Brad Smith needs in his quest of one more trophy deer.
Not many second-graders would be excited to move from one end of the state to the other, but it was OK with Brad Smith.
In addition to his family, Brad Smith was blessed with a mentor who taught him something about deer hunting more important than any trophy deer.
There is perhaps no greater source of discussion concerning Louisiana squirrels than identification of species and subspecies ,and their respective color phases.
Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries biologist Cody Cedotal said it’s really not that complicated.
Consistently killing limits of squirrels is no accident, and avid hunter Joe Speyrer puts in a lot of work to ensure he and his sons don’t come home empty handed.
It's not often it snows in Louisiana, but we got the timing just right for an epic duck hunt in the Mississippi River Delta.