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I'm from Baton Rouge and have done some inshore fishing and went and bought my first kayak yesterday. If anyone ever wants some company you can text me 225-335-7020.
Last year in the spillway I saw the most activity From primitive firearms through bow season. Second to last weekend in bow season and the deer were just running the does. But the water has a lot to do with them. The water in the Spillway has been low this year which is keeping a lot of the deer from moving like normal.
Dogs were never as prevalent as they are now. The lease next to ours runs them, and doesn't even put a half hearted attempt to pick them up. I have had 3 dogs living by my stand and eating the food that I put out for at least a month now. I have tried to catch them to bring them in but can't. I have even notified one of their members to let them know and his response was "yea, we can't catch that one with the blue collar." I want everyone to enjoy hunting as much as the next person, but both types of hunters need to be responsible. Dogs or no dogs, the whole state needs to manage its deer better so everyone can kill mature bucks.
Thanks for the info...personally I wouldn't mind if they brought back the 6 point or better rule. Heck, even make it 8. They repealed the law after 3 years last time which is when us hutners would have just been seeing the results. This would really help those of us in the Spillway who don't run dogs but the next lease does and they shoot anything that has more than two legs.
I hunt out in the Spillway from Bayou Sorrell, so I'm in the same boat as you. I'm going to try some "No Till" seeds this year and see how that works out. I can only access my place by boat too and I am just looking at a whole lot of tilling ahead of me.
I just purchased a Barnett Predator, and couldn't be happier. It shoots 375 ft/second, easy to assemble and shoots very accurate. I would not be afraid to take a shot at 50 yards with this bow.
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