IRONMAN Backpack – For Relentless Fire Superiority
The US Army has been developing the IRONMAN backpack to increase the immediately available ammunition for crew-served weapons. The entire system enables the automatic weapons carrier to deploy suppressing and superior fire for an extended period compared to current 100 and 200 round belts. In short, it takes a... Read more
Giant grouper launches surprise attack on a shark
In this harrowing video, a group of fishermen are hauling in a shark, which is a very stupid thing to do in it of itself, and then a grouper comes along and eats the shark. Fish are eating sharks now. The world has gone mad. This is just more... Read more
Pogies suck tons of redfish into Biloxi Marsh; speckled trout beginning to make move
NEW ORLEANS — The Biloxi Marsh is absolutely loaded with redfish right now. How you go about catching them depends on how you rate your own fishing abilities. Capt. Kris Robert has been smashing the fish there. He said the action couldn’t possibly be easier, but anglers have to... Read more
US government to sell 21.6 million offshore acres
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The federal government is selling 21.6 million acres in the Gulf of Mexico for oil and gas exploration. The U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management says Wednesday morning’s sale involves more than 4,000 tracts located between 9 miles and 250 miles off the Texas coast.... Read more
Poacher arrested for stealing 299 sea turtle eggs
ST. LUCIE COUNTY, Fla. – The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is investigating a case of extreme turtle egg poaching after a man is accused of stealing hundreds of them from a beach on the east coast. They’re one of the most protected and beloved species in Florida,... Read more
Compton, CA School Police Authorized to Carry AR-15′s When School Starts Back This Fall
School Police in California’s crime plagued city of Compton will have a new tool at their disposal in the upcoming school year – AR-15′s rifles. The rifles will be stored in the trunks of patrol cars while the officers are on duty and will only be issued to certain,... Read more
Feral hog damage in Louisiana
The LSU Ag Center is conducting research to determine the extent of damage done by feral hogs in Louisiana. Forestry economist Shaun Tanger says they’ve been getting reports from farmers and landowners about property damage, but they want to get a better picture of the problem with a couple... Read more
Sewer Bass Fishing [VIDEO]
Growing up, I was convinced that if i set a line in the canal bordering my yard, I would eventually catch a fish. Unfortunately the canal was strictly for irrigation and i never caught a thing. Never would I have considered trying to cast down a storm drain and... Read more