That nasty son-of-a-gun got away.
I seen the holes in the backyard and got out the trap and put down the water and got him that night. But he broke out.
I rebuilt the trap and reset it and added more water. Hopefully he is as dumb as most people think they are and hopefully he will try again tonight.
Tried to post pics of homemade trap but won't let me.
Set up this morning in the middle of three hay bails and put the FoxPro out about 20 yards from us. Shot one coyote at 75 yards, then shot this big male running at 100. Wasn't able to recover the first as it ran off and the blood trail ended, but this one fell dead in his tracks. One of the biggest coyotes I've ever seen here in Louisiana. I'm officially addicted to coyote hunting. And I'm.... Read More
I have a few coyotes around my house, and I would like to get rid of them. I am new to coyote hunting and was looking for some ideas on bait (besides carcases). I have herd dog food with bacon grease work well but was wondering what you all know.
Never seen this before, so I figured I'd post it. I've seen a lot of things come out of frogs that I've cleaned, but never a snake until today. When I was pulling off the skin, it spit out the snake. Managed to catch a few nice ones.
Jack shot this huge beaver in a food plot at 120 yards while hog hunting. The beavers and hogs are on our hit list all year long. This beaver was building a dam in the middle of the road and it was working, holding back alot of flood water.
I sure miss watching the Great Outdoors on WAFB ch 9 in Baton Rouge with Bob Scearce 'The Ole Beachcomber'. He covered all types hunting and fishing. I learned so much from that show.
I also miss Steinbergs on St Philip st in downtown BR on the river. As a kid walking in that store with all the mounts, every type hunting supply you could ever imagine and people that really helped and cared,.... Read More
We had a great rabbit hunt this weekend. Dogs ran the rabbits hard and drove a quite a few rabbits to a hole before we were able to bust them. Still ended the day w/ 11 which is not bad for these parts.
Since suppressors for rifles are becoming more popular because of reduced decibels and recoil, I wanted to find out WHY Louisiana only allows them to be used for nuisance animals?
Currently, more than half of the states allow hunters to use suppressors while hunting. There are numerous benefits to hunting with suppressed firearms, including:
Increased use of suppressors will help to.... Read More
What an Awesome Event. Special Thanks to all from Dog Men to Land Owners you folks made for a special event for Special Needs to Veterans to Wounded Soldiers. Squirrels,Racoons,Rabbits, and lets not forget our Wounded Soldiers get'n a 342 monstor Hog with almost 2 inch cutters. You owe it yourself for a great read to go to www.natchezdemocrat.com and hit adventure button. The Story speaks.... Read More
Had a great time rabbit hunting w/ good friends and got some pretty good footage of dog work, kill shots and having a good time w/ the guys in the woods. Also had a young hunter along - who for his birthday told his dad he wanted to go hunting!
Got to check out this kill shot at about 2 min 30 sec.! Then there is another good one at about 3 min.... Read More
Last year I decided to get into coon/squirrel hunting and bought my first dog. I met a lot of great people on different forums but it took a while and going through many pages to find dogs around me or hunters around me. I decided a couple weeks ago to start a website for hunters that own treeing dogs in the southern states. I've got the forums up and running and seperated by states to hopefully.... Read More
So I was doin some scouting the other day and deer sign was everywhere...everywhere I saw deer tracks there were yote tracks. I have personally seen many and heard them at night. So I'm going to start hunting them to thin them out a lil. Other than mounting one what do most do with them? Let them lie where they fall?
Took just two dogs out this past week for a short afternoon hunt. Had a veteran female named Fancy and a first yr pup we call Whitey. Were able to get a couple kill shots on video and I demo how to 'push gut a rabbit' in the field - no knife needed!
We went in Maurepas swamp and hit a few ridges and canal banks where there were briars and found a few rabbits . Looks like a lot made it through the storms pretty good . We did see a lot of coyote sign , guess they have to eat too .
We ended the day with 7 rabbits and a few catfish off the trot line . But it was a nice day and we had a great time .