Louisiana Hunting

Scarecrow Strut Commander crow call

You think the guys from Duck Commander can make calls that command other game birds or animals to flock their way?

July 01 at 7:00am

Field & Stream

Field & Stream has added some lightweight hunting clothes to its product line, and although two particular items were designed for turkey hunters, they should be big hits for early-season archery hunters across the Southeast.

July 01 at 7:00am

Take a good look at this new sight

Each year at the Archery Trade Association’s trade show, there’s usually one new product that has the most “buzz” around the show.

July 01 at 7:00am

Father and son found guilty in 2015 killing of Louisiana black bear

A New Iberia man and his juvenile son were found guilty in 16 th Judicial District court in Iberia Parish for the 2015 killing of a Louisiana black bear near Weeks Island.

June 28 at 4:00pm

Prepping for fall hunting

We find ourselves in the “in-between season.” Here in the Deep South, it is not only the season of insects, heat, humidity, snakes and poison ivy, but it’s also the season of summer food plots, bush-hogging and weed spraying.

June 22 at 9:00am

How to age white-tailed deer: Part II

The year-and-a-half age class

June 12 at 9:00am

LDWF: Sampling shows no CWD in Northeast Louisiana

Testing of 300 white-tailed deer in East Carroll, Madison and Tensas Parishes did not detect chronic wasting disease, according to the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.

June 08 at 1:02pm

Alpz Doggie Duck Blind

You’re pretty good at hiding yourself beside your favorite duck hole — camouflage clothing, some brush and maybe a little camouflage cloth — but that big, black, yellow or brown dog next to you, that’s another story. He wants to see those mallards come into the decoys as much as you do, and he needs to see them splash down when you make a good shot.

June 01 at 7:00am

Tenpoint adds a new crossbow

As the majority of our hunting population ages, crossbows have steadily moved to the forefront of today’s archery market. 

June 01 at 7:00am

Choosing the right hunting outfitter

The anticipation and planning for a fall hunting trip can be as much fun as the actual adventure. But sometimes that eager anticipation is the only good thing about the whole experience — especially when the hunt goes bad. Do-it-yourself hunts in places you’ve have never been can be long on disappointment and short on success. In fact, odds are good you’ll get an exercise in frustration if you go off on your own without careful planning and a measure of good luck. 

May 23 at 12:35pm

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