Drone gives a unique view of redfish in the shallows of a Louisiana marsh
A video of a couple of guys fishing for redfish might not sound like it would be all that special, but one of a couple of guys fishing for redfish shot from a drone looks pretty neat. The video posted on NOLA.com shows a pair fishing in southeast Louisiana... Read more
How Illegal Fishing Costs Texas And Mexico Millions Each Year
Most of the fisheries are managed in federal waters and represent a $14 billion dollar industry. But pirate fishing hurts commercial fishers, like Scott Hickman of the Charter Fisherman’s Association. He told the Gulf Coast Leadership conference that it’s getting hard to make a living competing with those who... Read more
Changes in Reciprocity for Louisiana Carry Permit Holders
The following story is via the NRA-ILA. According to a recent Nevada Department of Public Safety memo, Louisiana concealed carry permits will no longer be recognized by Nevada because of a 2013 law change that provided for the issuance of lifetime permits in the Sportsman’s Paradise. It is unknown... Read more
Free Mobile App Available for Texas Hunting and Fishing Regulations
AUSTIN — The official Outdoor Annual — Texas Hunting and Fishing Regulations app is now available for free download on iOS and Android platforms, providing sportsmen with mobile access to information they can use in the field and on the water. Once installed, the app enables access to the summary... Read more
Rare albino crocodile called Michael Jackson shot after man killed
An albino-headed crocodile named Michael Jackson that killed a man at the Adelaide River was “one in a million”, a tour operator says. A 57-year-old man was attacked and killed by the crocodile in front of his wife while they were fishing at the Adelaide River, about 60km east of Darwin,... Read more
Top 5 Guns Found in Evidence Lockers (VIDEO)
Our friends over at Bearing Arms posted this awesome video regarding the top 5 guns found in evidence lockers.  Check it out below: Source: Bearing Arms Read more
Watch the ‘Absolutely Frightening’ Footage of a Jellyfish Stinging in Microscopic Slow-Motion
A new video posted online Sunday shows a jellyfish sting in microscopic slow-motion — and it’s going viral. The footage, published on a popular YouTube channel, was captured by scientists at Australia’s James Cook University using a high-speed camera. It shows sharp barbs from the sea-creature called nematocysts emerge... Read more
Kids give up smart phones for shotguns at Ducks Unlimited event
Nearly a hundred youngsters from pre-school age to their mid-teens dropped their video games and cell phones for shotguns and archery gear Saturday. The Rome chapter of Ducks Unlimited hosted the annual Greenwing Youth Outdoor Day at the Georgia Department of Natural Resources compound on Floyd Springs Road. Ryan... Read more

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