It’s probably almost too late to get in much practice time at the range in preparation for the opening of dove season this Saturday, but you still have time to stock up on supplies you might need in the field.
A 30-year-old Marrero man who took undercover agents with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries on chartered fishing trips without a charter boat license pleaded guilty last week to numerous commercial fishing violations in Plaquemines Parish.Read More...
If you’ve been waiting to buy that new gun and stock up on ammo for the upcoming hunting season, Louisiana’s Second Amendment Sales Tax Holiday scheduled for Sept. 5-7 will be the perfect time to do it.
The Mississippi state record for the heaviest alligator was set last night in the wee hours of opening of the 2014 hunting season when three buddies killed a 756-pounder hunting in the state's Southwest Zone.
The beastly gator broke the record set last year by a 741.5-pounder killed by a Madison hunter.
And remember: These alligators have to be snagged manually (no set lines) and dragged to the boat to be dispatched.
Opening day hunters on private land can begin hunting doves one-half hour before sunrise this year, an important change to remember when the season kicks off statewide next Saturday, Sept. 6.Read More...
Non-native Asian tiger prawns have been reported in all of Louisiana’s estuarine basins and adjacent offshore waters, and the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is encouraging shrimpers to notify them if prawns show up in their nets.
With only five fishing days left in this year’s Coastal Conservation Association STAR tournament, registered anglers still have a shot at reeling in up to 47 tagged redfish that could still be roaming coastal waters, as well as simply catching a big fish that could move up the leaderboard before time expires at 5 p.m. on Labor Day.