Bagging that deer is one thing. Getting it to your kitchen table may be quite another.
Halfway through the deer season in Mississippi, deer meat processors are having a difficult time keeping up with demand.
The city of Starkville’s effort to adjust its discharge of firearms ordinance to allow for hunting on land brought in through annexation drew some mixed reaction at the first public hearing on Tuesday.
The city of Starkville will consider changing its ordinance on the discharge of firearms within city limits to match a state statute allowing firearm use on certain properties in annexed territory.
It’s alligator season in Mississippi and I have a “large” problem with that.
In the myriad of “What I Did This Summer” essays, not many students can say they had a warthog chase them up a tree in Africa.
The cost of Mississippi residents’ hunting and fishing licenses could increase for the first time in a generation to help pay for more state game wardens.
As any gardener will tell you, often the health of a plant depends on the depth of its roots.
My father was an enthusiastic hunter, yet his five sons were not.
In November, Donny and Shelenia Henry took their twin sons deer hunting for the first time.
The Columbus residents went out to private Lowndes County land they hunt near the Alabama line and the boys — Kaleb and Kendall, both 11 — brought their rifles.
Mississippi voters Tuesday approved a proposal to enshrine hunting and fishing as rights in the state’s constitution.
Robin Hood would be proud.