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Antler Boost Shooting Houses

The Monster Blind 5 x 5 Shooting House comes fully loaded with glass windows, gun rests, carpet, sun visors, an anchor kit and lockable doors. The blinds come in a solid olive green color and are available in platform heights from the ground blind up to 16 feet high. Constructed with insulated galvanized steel, all of the stands include a staircase and balcony with rail except for the Ground platform. An optional bow/rifle combination stand is also available in Ground, 6 Foot, and 12 Foot platform heights.

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September 1 at 7:00 am
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PROSTAFF 3S

With a large field-of-view, Nikon’s legendary optical system and turn-and-slide rubber eyecups with multi-click adjustments, Nikon’s PROSTAFF 3S binoculars are ideal for hunting, hiking or other outdoor pursuits. The PROSTAFF 3S binoculars have 42mm objective lenses, yet the body is noticeably lightweight and compact to assure easy portability. Other features include prisms with high-reflective silver-alloy mirror coatings and multilayer-coated lenses that provide bright and clear viewing.

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September 1 at 7:00 am
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2016-17 WMA Forecast

As excited as public-land hunters must be as the

2016-17 hunting seasons approach, there were some anxious moments over the winter and into late spring as floodwaters inundated some of the wildlife management areas.

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September 1 at 7:00 am
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The 2016-17 Rut Report

There is no debate that the best bucks killed each year in the Bayou State are taken during the rut. And, since the rut is your best time to tag a buck, now is the time to start planning hunts and understanding when the rut occurs.

Hunters often say they simply hunt whenever they can. While this is good, success can be poor on days when deer activity is slow.

Why not put the knowledge of the rut dates to work and up your odds for success?

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September 1 at 7:00 am
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High-tide teal

As the remnants of tropical storm Isadore raced eastward, I hastily gathered my gear in a last-ditch effort to salvage what was left of the teal season, which was quickly being snatched away from me.

I was determined not to sit out the remaining few days of the season.

I had no idea what would await me as I journeyed into a marsh that had just been thrashed by a tropical storm. The prospects of success were bleak, but I was compelled to give it a try.

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September 1 at 7:00 am
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Double down on doves Tips for extending dove season

The small field behind my house that I remember being full of Washington Parish watermelons when I was young had been lying fallow over 15 years.

Except for the occasional cutting and baling of hay, this little piece of ground seldom saw any action.

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September 1 at 7:00 am
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Top 4 teal tips to bag more birds

Louisiana’s 16-day teal season is set to open up next Saturday, Sept. 10 — a day many duck hunters probably circled on their calendars last January when they headed home from their blinds one final time.

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Public Rambling: Scouting time on the Atchafalaya Delta WMA

Well, it’s late summer and the heat is definitely on. It will take some effort and a lot of willpower, but it’s time to get moving.

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