Been wanting to scout it but dont know where to start. Do most people hunt right off the river? I know there are some small lakes on it and the greentree but have heard it is hit or miss and highly pressured. Just looking for a little advice on where to start, any help is much appreciated.
It know called Richard Yancey now but the area I am looking into in the old RR WMA. I have been wanting to scout it but really dont know where to start. I know there is a greentree reservoir but it is small and from what I have heard has a lot of pressure and is hit or miss at best. Any advice on where to start. Do most hunt right off the river? Holes back in the woods when they flood? Any help is greatly appreciated.
So looking for a deer lease to get into for next season. Somewhere around the Northshore area. Would like one in the St. Helena area if possible. Have heard of Quail Run but cant find any info on it or a number. Looking for a place that doesn't run dogs and has at least some sort of management in place. Any info is appreciated.
I have a cane farmer that has a big hog problem and was wanting to know if anyone has some hog dogs and want to work them?
Looking for some good public flooded timber hunting, standing if possible. Will drive as far as Ark or Miss.
Need a pirouge bad and soon, Where is there that sells them for a good price, im strapped for cash right now. Or if any one has a used one that they want to sell that would be great.
I do most of my hunting in BigB but have been wanting to make a duck hunt in flooded timber in north La. I have heard that Red River Wma and three rivers are good ones. Anyone hunted there, how is it? Thanks.
Does anyone know of any flooded timber to do some duck hunting, I have herd of possible spots in the Pearl WMA and Bogue Chitto WMA. I know that the Pearl has marsh to duck hunt in but i know nothing of the BC. Any info on either place especially the BC would be great. Thank you!