This deer season started out pretty good for us. My son-in-law Sam Allen took a doe on opening day, and I also arrowed a nice doe in October. But the sightings became few and very far between.
The game cameras I have out on the Atchafalaya Delta Wildlife Management Area showed a few deer, but much less than last year. And just like last year, almost all were snapped exclusively at night.
The first six weeks of deer season were brutally slow for us. We saw very few deer, but I was fortunate enough to take a nice hog. Then, suddenly, it was like a switch flipped and deer —especially bucks — were everywhere.
After reviewing the statistics for the 2014-2015 Atchafalaya Delta WMA deer season, I found it to be a very productive one in terms of total deer taken, 8-point-or-better bucks and another successful youth hunt.
Hey guys, sorry this season follow up is so late, but we experienced some technical difficulties that are in the process of being resolved.
The deer and hog season was pretty successful for us — we killed a total of 10 deer in my group, which consisted of me, Randy Levingston, David Simoneaux and Casey Louis.