A couple of weeks ago I was hunting in the Tree Blind (same stand where I killed the 8-year-old doe) in Clinton. At 5:05 p.m., a young buck walked out of the pine plantation into the patch and began eating winter grass and clover. […]
“Most were over 5,” he said. “It had been warm the week before, and the water temperature crept up to 67 degrees. The topwater bite usually doesn’t kick off until [the water temperature] hits 70, but those extra three degrees didn’t matter that day.” […]
“I’m a catch-and-release fisherman,” says 63-year old Charles Johnson. He is sitting at a campfire in the Johnson Compound at the Lake Bruin State Park Campground. “I catch them and release them into the ice chest.” […]
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries agents cited three Baton Rouge men for allegedly taking over the limit and undersized red drum and angling without the proper licenses in Lafourche Parish on Jan. 12. […]
A southerner on a visit out West might walk into a restaurant, see Rocky Mountain Oysters on the menu and order them, thinking he’ll get something close to what they serve char-broiled at Drago’s. […]
Andy Langlois came out of the woods in early January kicking himself for missing the deer of a lifetime while hunting a 110-acre piece of family property just outside of New Roads.
“It was a morning hunt, and about 6:50 (a.m.) what looked like a 4-point came out at about 100 yards,” the Jarreau hunter explained “I looked at the 4-point, and I put my gun down.”
That’s when a huge-racked deer appeared from the nearby cutover. […]