I just had some work done on my hunting rifle before the season starts and wanted to share. Its not often I do this but I'm extremely satisfied with the work. He polished the feed ramp, the action, and the safety. To finish it off he installed a new stock and applied a beautiful Cerakote finish. I love it. Highly recommend this gentleman to tune up your rifle before the season starts. .... Read More
The early Teal season looks to be an outstanding season for us down in Delacroix. I am just thoroughly pleased with the amount of feed I see everyday while fishing and as long as we don't have any storm threats it will be a great fall! The season will be September 13-28 and with only 15 days make sure you get on the books asap. I have multiple boats.... Read More
Looking to hunt Big Lake WMA this year during bow and primitive weapon. Never been there. Can anyone please share any experience they have had?? Maybe what areas to look at? I know it's a lot of palmetto thickets. Any help would be appreciated.
Battery died this morning and had to delay Toni and I's departure till I could get jumped off and get a new battery. Planned on leaving before five but ended up leaving at 5:45 am. So much for the early start.
As we were approaching my neighbors (hunting club) gate that I have to go through before I even get to my land. I see a bigish deer.... Read More
Looking to switch rounds for my winchester model 70 .270. I had been shooting 150gr ballistic tips and found that I was NEVER getting a blood trail; resorted to shoulder shots which equaled wasted meat. I have begun researching and know that I want to drop down to 130gr. I don't expect to have to make shots past 250-300 yds.
I'm looking at Accubonds, Interbonds, or.... Read More
I just wanted to pass this along in case someone's looking for ammunition. I've searched for months to find a couple boxes of 22 magnum with no luck. Hard to believe a few short years ago I could walk into Walmart and the Winchester boxes where stacked three wide and ten deep with them for around $11.00 a box of 50. I found a place on the internet and they had the Armscor 22 magnum in 40 grain.... Read More
So Mary Landrieu announced her latest attempt to betray our state today, turning the bulk of the Atchafalaya Basin into a national park! While at first that may sound like a good thing, she is lauding fictitious restoration funds and 'improved acess for tourist', what it really means is a giant NO HUNTING sign in the center of our coast. Also no further oil and gas activity in the area. This.... Read More
Why is there a problem with too many hogs in spite of more lenient seasons an choice of weapons? Wildlife requires three things: food, cover, and water. In our coastal marshes we have an abundance of all three. What has changed is more cover because of the lack of storm tides that kill a lot of the ground cover, especially the wild pea vines (deer pea) that forms a blanket over the marsh which.... Read More
Waterfowl Specialist Guide Service is now scheduling hunts for the 2014-2015 teal and duck season. Make sure to come experience some of the finest duck hunting Southeast Louisiana has to offer. If you would like to schedule a hunt you can contact Capt. Jimmy Corley by phone at (504)258-4431,or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also feel free to check out our web site waterfowlspecialist.com
Willie R. with Buck Commanders must be all about the $$$. I seen they made the switch to Wild Game Cameras. WGI is JUNK, every item I bought with that logo on it has failed!! Buddies of mine used WGI cameras but they barely make a season. Oh well good luck to them.
Teal season is just around the corner guys and it will be a fantastic year for us in Delacroix. I have never seen as much feed as we have this year in 25 years of hunting Southeast Louisiana. Last season was the best year my guides and I have had in a decade and I believe this year will top that! The Teal season will run from September 13-28 with a 6 teal limit per person! It will be a awesome.... Read More