Probably the most-commonly used pirogues in South Louisiana have flat bottoms, which are perfect for paddling across shallow mud flats. However, Joyce WMA requires a different approach. […]
Woodcock hunting is a close-in type of upland bird hunting. Flushes are often directly under foot, particularly when pointing dogs are involved. Therefore, open chokes such as improved cylinder or even skeet are best utilized. […]
More often than not, hunting big game in Louisiana today entails sitting quietly for hours in a tree or box stand overlooking a corn feeder and waiting for the deer or hog to come to you. […]
I’m not sure what it means to hunt anymore.
I used to know, when I snuck through the hardwood ridge between my parent’s house and the Bogue Chitto River with my single-shot 20-gauge shotgun crossing my chest at the ready, listening for shaking tree branches. […]
As we soak our waders into yet another duck hunting season, many of us have already begun to reap the residuals from the productive ponds on our leases, while others have had ample time to allow their sore shooting shoulders to heal after experiencing the great pleasure of bagging the limits that come along with a guided trip. […]
Weather cycles pretty much make the fishing world go round in South Louisiana. The same cold fronts — along with the waning photoperiod — that drive speckled trout inland and the masses of white shrimp out also serve to sometimes violently flush the marsh when strong north winds make their way through the coastline. […]