First Baptist Church Ponchatoula is hosting our annual Hunter's Education Class. The class is taught by Wildlife and Fisheries and is open to anyone 10 years old or older. Meals will be provided. There is no cost for the class or meals. Class will start on August 16th at 6:00 pm with a meal being served at 5:00 pm. Class will resume August 17th at 8:00 am. Please reserve spots at 985-386-3075.
First Baptist Church Ponchatoula will host our annual hunter's ed class and wildgame dinner Aug 17 and 18. The dinner is on the 17th at 5:00 pm and the class will start at 6:00 pm an close at 9:00pm. The class will start again on the 18th at 8:00 am and conclude at about 2:00 pm. The class will be taught by La Wildlife and Fishiers. A child must be at least 10 years old to take the class. We have limited spots so please call the church office and reserve your spot 986-386-3075. We still have opening as of 08/15/2012.
Does anyone have the phone number ZEH NOH GRAIN in Convent. Do they sell corn in the bag or do I have to bring my own containers.
First Baptist Church Ponchatoula's annual hunter safety course and wild game dinner will be held August 12 and 13th. The dinner will start at 5:00 pm on Friday the 12th. The hunter safety class may be taken by anyone age ten or older and will be taught by Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries. This is a two day class the Friday portion will be 6:00 till 9:30 pm and the Saturday portion will be 8:00 am till about 3:00 pm. Lunch will be provided on Saturday. To register for the class call the church office 386-3075. Please note the class and meals are free.
Ponchatoula First Baptist Church will host our 4th annual Hunter Safety Course on Friday August 13 and Sat August 14. On Friday there will be a dinner starting at 5:00 pm and the class starts at 6:00 pm an ends at 9:00 pm. On Saturday the class starts at 8:00 am and ends early in the afternoon lunch will be served. The class and meals are free. Please call the church office at 985-386-3075 and reserve your spot.
First Baptist Ponchatoula will be hosting our annual Hunter Safety Course on Aug 14 and 15th. We will also have a wildgame dinner on Friday night. The meal starts at 5:00 p.m. on Friday and class starts at 6:00 and goes till about 9:00. Class on Sat starts at 8:00 am and will end that afternoon. We will also provide lunch. The class and meals are free. If you would like to attend please RSVP 386-3075.
I have a map I made on Google Earth where can I email it, to get it printed out. I want it enlarged and good quality so we can use it at the camp to mark stands.
I plan on buying my daughter a new bolt action youth rifle. I would like to hear from people that actually have one what they think of their gun. I already have a rossi so no single shot recommendations. Does anyone have experience with the HOWA model Academy has. I want a gun she can hunt with the rest of her life now that I know she loves to hunt.
Ponchatoula First Baptist Church will be hosting a hunters safety course August 15 and 16. The course will be taught by Wildlife and Fisheries. We will also provide a free wild game dinner on Friday and Lunch on Sat. Dinner will be at 5:00 p.m. on the 15th and the class will start at 6:00 and end at 9:00. On Sat the class will start 8:00 a.m. and end that afternoon. If your interested please call 985-386-3075 and RSVP we have a limit of 100 students ,but parents that attend with their children don't count toward the 100 students.
We are trying to put is a septic take at our hunting camp ,but I'm really confused. I have people telling me that you can't install your own tank I have to pay someone to do it. Also I called DEQ and they were not much help they said that they require at least a 750 gallon tank. Has anyone else dealt with this. We have a small camp on upland type terrain. Also does it have to be a true septic tank or can it be a several hundred gallon plastic tank.
We are trying to get water at our camp ,but drilling a well is to expensive. Has anyone ever drilled their own well or have any other suggestions. We do have electricity.
We may have to change the name of the hunting club to the Barbie Hunting Club after this weekend. We had three girls hunting, all killed their first deer. A 6pt and 2 does. All killed with Rossi .243 youth rifles. Needless to say it was a great weekend for us. My daughter is 8 and shot her does at 91 yards. My friend's daughters are 12 and 13 one shot her buck at 40 yards the other killed her doe at 80 yards. We hope we don't have to paint the posted signs pink!
I had posted a few weeks ago about problems getting a youth Rossi 243 to group. I finially figured out the problem. The end of the forearm past the stock screw was making contact with the barrel causing the gun to string the group. I put a small plactic sleeve about 1/4 inch thick over the screw and then tighten it down. This way it keeps the barrel and stock from making contact. After I did this the gun started grouping. I hope this helps those with the same problem.
I was trying to sight in a rossi youth .243 today and had trouble getting the gun to group. I thought it may be the scope and changed that to a scope I knew worked and still had to the same problem. I noticed that the barrel gets extremely hot after a few shots. After the gun cooled it shot to a different point. Has anyone had a similiar problem? I was planing on shooting it again Sat a couple of times then letting it cool and repeat the process with a cold barrel.
Were can I find a tide chart or the time conversion for Lake Ponchartrain and Manchac?
Planning on going to Grang Isle in a few weeks. Has anyone stayed at the Tropical Motel. What is it like. I used to stay at the Breakers ,but I can never get in touch with them.
The rut is over on my lease and I had my meat for the year. So my family went to the smoky mountains after christmas. We saw about 70 deer of which 10 were good bucks. I got some good pictures of 5 of them. I love to watch deer and I thought someone else would like to see some of them.
Has anyone tried shooting a Barnes Expander MZ bullet or the newer spitzer version out of a CVA Optima. I've heard that depending on the gun manufacturer they may fit either to tight or too loss. Also has anyone shot either a deer or a hog with one and how did they perform.