Arkansas’ Stephen Browning jumped from 12th to first during the Bassmaster Central Open stop on the Red River this weekend, claiming the top prize and — even more importantly — a berth in the 2014 Bassmaster Classic. […]
This month, we’re supplying you with one of those tips you will wish you had discovered long ago. It’s a cleaning liquid so simple, so easily concocted, you’ll probably wonder why you never heard about it before. […]
Eating dinner at a friend’s house almost 20 years ago, I mentioned how good fresh fish tastes compared to fish that was frozen. […]
If the administration of Gov. Bobby Jindal moves forward with a $20.6 million transfer from the Artificial Reef Development Fund to fill holes in its budget for the next fiscal year that commences July 1, the administration will almost certainly come up short, the Senate Finance Committee was told today. […]
The first annual archery shoot to benefit Dreams Come True will be held May 4 at 4 Seasons Archery Range in Opelousas. The event will be hosted by former dream child Josh Castille.
If ever there was a perfect example of paying it forward, this would be it. Josh’s dream came to fruition in 2010 when he was able to go bow hunting for deer; in an effort to give back to Dreams Come True, he came up with the idea to hold this archery contest. […]
A lawsuit has been filed to prevent implementation of emergency rules by the National Marine Fisheries Service that would limit the federal red snapper season off the Louisiana and Texas coasts, the Louisiana Department of Wildlife & Fisheries announced today. […]
In the March installment of Happy Trails, we looked at the topic of “aging bucks on the hoof,” paying particular attention to the possible use of certain visual geometric clues regarding the relationship of the tips of the antler beams to the eye and/or nose when viewed from the side as a way to reliably judge a given buck’s age in the field. […]