Panther Swamp National Wildlife Refuge in Mississippi is an area that floods each winter. However, its 36,000 acres also contain one of the few remaining large tracts of mature hardwoods in the Mississippi Delta. […]
Exactly one-half inch.
That’s all it took for Bryan Burnside and his team to etch their names into the Magnolia State’s record books when they harvested a giant 14-foot, ¾-inch gator early Monday morning near Natchez. […]
Sometimes things are just meant to be.
Even in ideal sight-fishing conditions, redfish can spook, bend a hook, pop a line, just not eat or find myriad other ways to avoid the landing net. […]
LousianaSportsman.com user “-Duckaholic-” normally makes turkey-hunting trips every year with his friends and children, but with the downturn in the oil-and-gas industry, he’s just been unable to go as scheduled. […]
A 16-year-old Franklinton deer hunter was reportedly shot and killed by his father during a New Year’s Eve trip to the Delta National Forest in Mississippi, and state officials are investigating the incident. […]
Opening morning of the youth turkey season turned into a numbers game for 12-year-old Gage McTaggart, who was hunting with his dad Todd and caller Brett Thompson at Homochitto National Forest in Southwest Mississippi. […]
The Mississippi state record for the heaviest alligator was set last night in the wee hours of opening of the 2014 hunting season when three buddies killed a 756-pounder hunting in the state’s Southwest Zone. […]
Thomas Carbone is glad his family stayed true to its Thanksgiving tradition — big dinner at the family home in Slidell followed by naps, football and ….
“Then all the guys leave and go to our deer camp in Jefferson County up in Mississippi,” Carbone, 18, said. “We’ve always done it that way. It’s a tradition. Me, my dad (Tony Carbone) and my two grandfathers (Tommy Carbone and Jeff Volker), all went to the deer camp and the next morning I killed the biggest buck we’ve ever killed on the property.”