After a fruitless morning at another stand on Monday, Oct. 22, Brandon Bailey decided it was time for a change of scenery. […]
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries cancelled its leased dove field hunts slated for this weekend in both DeRidder and Ragley due to excessive rainfall from Hurricane Harvey. […]
When Pastor Lynn Clayton looked down at the lure that had just caught the largest bass of his life last week, he knew someone “up there” was looking out for him. […]
This past Nov. 7 was pretty much a day most LSU football fans would rather forget.
The vaunted No. 2-ranked Tigers went into Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa with Heisman hopeful Leonard Fournette in tow, and got completely dominated by the one-loss Crimson Tide, 30-16. […]
Without ever once actually setting foot on Loggy Bayou Wildlife Management Area, Jerry Bailey did some serious cyber-scouting on Google Earth that resulted in a 12-point, almost 160-inch public lands trophy buck of a lifetime. […]
Keith Suire Jr. had always figured it was just a matter of time.
The 22-year-old DeRidder angler had been fishing Toledo Bend for quite a while looking for that elusive double-digit bass, but came up just short last year with a 9 ½-pounder. […]
Rickey Cunningham was fishing alone on Toledo Bend Friday morning, so he had no choice but to “hug and high-five himself” when he landed his biggest bass ever – an 11.65-pounder in the Indian Creek area. […]
A late afternoon pre-fishing trip for a weekend bass tournament was the basic plan Monday for DeRidder residents Lee Glass, Trent Manuel and Daniel Bailey – but they got a lot more than they bargained for. […]
Earlier this month, Christopher J. Courville, 39, of DeRidder, pled guilty to charges resulting from arrowing a big 18-point buck during illegal hours on the Tensas River National Wildlife Refuge in January. […]
Chris Courville enjoyed a late season bow hunt this past weekend at the Tensas National Wildlife Refuge he won’t soon forget for a couple of reasons: one for how he lost a nice buck, and the other for the monster he ended up taking home. […]