Stolen... 2010 Honda Rancher 420... License OR467165. Vin-1HFTE3574A4300873. Taken from camp in Ramah.. Call Kenney Two-2-Five Three Three 7 - Six Nine 0 Eight.
Cammo Color, 2,000 lb Warren Winch, Handlebar Gun Rack, Mudweiser Pirelli Tires, S&S Rims
I have a friend that bought a boat and trailer a few weeks ago and had problems with the LSP. She bought the boat and was on the way home and got pulled over due to the trailer lights not working. She had a notarized bill of sale for the trailer and one for the boat and motor... The previous owner pulled the plates which was the right thing to do. The Trooper wrote a ticket for Improper Registration and impounded the Trailer (Boat & Motor) until she got a plate and registration done.... I was always under the impression that you have so many days before you had to get this done and your Bill of Sale would suffice to get you home till you get this done... NOT THE CASE... Your insurance will cover you for like 2 weeks, but legally you need to get a plate and registration under your name before you can put the trailer on the highway!! Can anyone say for certain that this is not the case?? I think that we have been misinformed on this if you thought the Bill of Sale would be good enough!!
I have a couple of Covert Game Cameras that use a phone card. I'm having issues with them and wondering if anyone else is have the same issues. I've been having issues for the past couple of years. One is a 2015 set up like the 2016 and a 2016 and I use the PC and the App.
They work right around my house in Baton Rouge, but when I move them away from BR, they don't work right. When they are in the woods, I can get them to manually send a picture, but they only send every now and then when they detect movement. I only get about 20% of the triggered pictures. I keep calling Covert and they tell me the cameras are working right and I should contact AT&T.... AT&T says that they don't have any information on these cameras and they would like to help, just don't have any documentation. I wanted to see how many people are having this type of issue.
Been having hogs tearing up our camp yard... baited my traps for 3 days and then set them... Caught the mom (AKA Oreo) and 5 young boars (40 lbs. each)... My other trap had a 60 lb. boar... It was a pretty good day with the trap!!!
Pretty cool pic of a doe and her twins!
Been hunting Ramah area since mid to early 80's... .Seen bear sign.... had one hunter pretty sure he seen one.. but I now got proof!!
This dog was found in the Brusly area...
Just flew out to the platform at GC-608.... Schools of Tuna everwhere feeding!! I don't see any fishing boats though, y'all are missing out!!
I'm working in the Green Canyon 608 field and I see the Tuna are here and feeding.... I've been out here for over 12 years and yesterday evening, I've seen one of the biggest yellow fin tunas that I've seen.... It had to be around 200 lbs. and it was cruising at the top the water feeding. I just seen schools of 20 or more 75 to 100 lbs tuna feeding..... Got a lot of grass out here and the bait fish and big fish are everywhere... Water is cobalt blue and you can see over 80' down yesterday and today!!
Got one the other day, but they getting hard to catch!! I'm guessing that since it's spring and they have berries, crawfish and all kinds of new growth, they are timid of coming to the traps, but corn soaked in beer for 2 weeks is the ticket!! 200 + pound boar..... I was surprised, when I cleaned it for a friend, there was no musky smell and the meat was beautiful.. Most of the time when you get one this big, they have a musky smell to them!!
This is how the evolution of pigs works... I caught 6 sows and 2 bores in my trap on Sunday and then on Monday night/Tuesday morning, a momma pig come by my trap with 8 babies.... How will we ever get rid of these pigs!! This was 3 miles north of Ramah at the power lines!!
Just North of Ramah.....
I built my first trap .. Dats Right . Last night the gate dropped on 6 . 2 Adult sows around 100#s each and 4 juveniles around 30#s each . I finally got my trigger design to where the coons wont trip it Put a bucket of corn on a cinder block and have cable going to a pin holding the door open when the pig knocks the bucket off, BAM, the door drops and its Bacon Time!!!! Dats right .. Best part of this is the Covert Black Ops camera that texts me when it takes pictures . Then you dont need to go out check it every day and put your smell out all over the place The pigs wont come around for around 2 days after visiting the trap.. Those suckers have some good noses on them!!!!
I live in the Baton Rouge area and want to get an older rifle re-blued.... I don't want it cold blued..... Does anyone know someone that does this and a approcimate cost to get a rifle done? It's a Ruger M77.
This past Friday I saw an 8 point chasing a doe... Bam, Deer Down... Then Monday I had 2 bucks chasing a doe.... Bam, 2nd 8 point down.... Now the season is closing tomorrow with the deer in Full Rut... Still don't think our season needs to be changed in the Northern Part of the Morganza Spillway????
We hunt in the spillway and we still haven't seen any rut activity.... We pulled the cards on cameras yesterday and we still have pictures of bucks feeding together..... We just saw the first scraping activity about 3 weeks ago... I don't think our deer will be rutting till February and March!! It sucks not being about to hunt the rut like everyone else!!!!!
Guys in the Southern part of Area 6, don't get excited...... I know our season starts way too early..... This was something proposed by David Moreland several years ago and was shot down... How do you guys feel about this??
Below is the issue in question, proposed by Mr. David Moreland who's worked very hard the last 3 years to persuade the LDWF Commission to adopt the proper change without success: Concern for deer season dates for the Upper Basin in Area 6 which includes the parishes of Pointe Coupee, Avoyelles, West Baton Rouge, Iberville, St. Martin and Assumption. The breeding range for deer in this area is mid December to mid March with the peak months being January and February and*the average breeding date is January 15th.St. Landry Parish has an average breeding date of January 9th(more December breeding than the other parishes due to restocking), but with this late of a rut could be included with these. The lower Area 6 Parishes of Iberia, St. Mary, Terrebonne, Jefferson and Plaquemines that border the coast have much more December breeding than these others and should not be included with the upper Basin parishes. With an average breeding date of January 15th,the average fawning date is August 15th.This means that when the bow season opens on October 1st, fawns in the upper Basin are 1 ½ months or less old. Harvest a doe nursing young fawns and the fawns will starve. This is not a good image for hunting or wildlife management. Perhaps it does not hurt the deer population as a whole, but it shows little concern from an animal welfare standpoint. Hunters in Area 6 in the upper Basin gun hunt deer 40+ days before the breeding begins; removing bucks from the population this far in advance of the breeding season is not good management and can create problems with over-population. In Area 2, the breeding range is mid October to mid January, with the peak months being November and December. Fawns are born in May and June and on October 1st are 4 to 5 months old, a much different situation than in the upper Basin of Area 6. When the gun season opens in Area 2 the rut (breeding season) is beginning and hunters get to hunt the entire breeding season. The gun season in the Upper Basin of Area 6 opens in November, a time when deer activity is low and hunter success during November and early December is poor. Upper Basin Area 6 hunters only get to gun hunt the first month of breeding activity and miss out entirely on the rest of the rut, which can be some excellent hunting. Many clubs and landowners are putting a lot of work into their deer management program and should have a season that provides them with the best hunting opportunity available. The Commission and Department need to take a serious look at establishing a more suitable deer season for this upper Basin of Area 6 which provides these deer hunters with a season that is more in line with the breeding activity of the deer, just like the Area 2 hunters have. If the Area 2 hunters were given a season like the upper Basin Area 6 hunters have now, their season would end November 30th and they would not get to hunt their second breeding peak in December.
I suggest a bow season that begins November 1st and ends February 28th and a gun season that has a short 9 day season in November at Thanksgiving and then opens December 18th and runs through February 14th. This can be done either by the creation of a new deer area, or the development of this season structure for the DMAP and LADT cooperators in these parishes. It could also be done on an experimental basis to determine deer harvest success as well as hunter satisfaction. For the past two years I have suggested that the season structure for the upper Basin Area 6 parishes be changed and brought in line with the breeding season of the deer. The Area 2 season structure is excellent and provides gun hunting during the entire breeding season.* In fact, when the gun season ends in January some bucks have already lost their antlers. These hunters get to hunt both the primary rut in November and the secondary rut in December. The gun hunters in this portion of Area 6 in the upper Basin get to start hunting the primary rut in January and then the season ends. On Monday I heard two different stories from hunters in West Baton Rouge and Iberville parishes about seeing bucks chasing does on Sunday (January 31), the last day of the gun season. I work with clubs and landowners in this portion of Area 6 and all of my in-laws hunt in this portion of Area 6. I am fortunate that I get to hunt in that part of Area 1 that has a primary rut in December and the secondary rut in January. For the last three seasons the best deer I have seen and/or harvested was during the last week of the season in January. The secondary rut is an exciting time to hunt because most of the does were bred during the primary rut and the competition among the bucks for the does during the secondary rut is high and buck movement is great. These hunters in this portion of Area 6 do not get to experience this at all. I would hope that you would give serious consideration to this request this year during the season setting process and establish a better season for these hunters in the upper Basin of Area 6. Thanks for all your hard work, I am fully aware of how difficult it is to satisfy everyone. David Moreland Baton Rouge, Louisiana
This is a game camera picture...... Hogs will hurt deer hunting in more ways than one!! We many pictures of multiple hogs in Morganza Spillway 3 miles north of I-10... One picture you can count 18 hogs in the picture and the only thing on the ground was a mineral block trying to get deer pictures, not hogs... It's pretty bad in our area!!
I just bought a new shotgun for home protection and the first thing that I did was pull the plug and load it with 6.... I make frequent trips to my hunting lease and wanted to carry it when I go out in the woods...we have plenty of pigs. Can I carry 6 in it when there is no open deer season??
Working on a platform in the Gulf of Mexico in the Green Canyon area..... for the past 4 to 5 days, beautiful water, plenty of Tuna jumping, plenty of bait fish.... Seen several Marlin around the platform.... if you aren't out here, your missing out!! Big Tuna Are Here!!!!
Has anyone tried to can deer meat?? I started doing this about 3 years ago and absolutely love it!! I have about 25 pints, 15 1/2 pints put up for use this year!! If you feel like cooking, you don't need to defrost it . You simply pull the lid off the jar and pour it in your pot!! You can even eat it right out the jar ReadyToEatMeals!! God Forbid, but if we get a storm this year, I can survive for a month with what I have preserved!!