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Planning a trip to the marsh next weekend and was wondering at what level does the Miss River have to be to muddy up the water and is it there? Was plannin on fishing Red Pass area. Should the water (under normal circumstance, which isn't likeyly) be clear at the current river stage?? Thanks, for any info. anybody can share.

July 21, 2007 at 10:33pm

Thanks for all info that was replied to my ques. about the non-resident MS. hunting license. Although I can't lie. I couldn't wait long enough (until I got home from work to check responses to find out), so I sent an e-mail to stevea@mdwfp.state.ms.us so that I would know. The reply came through fairly quick and NOTTTTT. Well it nice to dream. Although it ain't the price of the license that's keeping me from hunting MS. this year. Gas to drive back and forth gonna way surpas that...haha. Between the two, those of you hunting there better get out your checkbook and your credit card. Pay cash for your license no more than they cost....which ya'll are correct...same as last year cept for the extra $5 permit. But I still got several honey holes in La. that produce 4-5 deer a year so I think I'll just cash in on my lifetime La license and kill mine right here at home. But since when can you actually put a price on this sport we love so much. Hunting Ain't A Matter Of lLfe or Death.........It's Much More Important Than That!! Thanks everyone for your responses. Good luck hunting.

October 03, 2005 at 9:46pm

Reading article written by Chris Holmes about Squirrell Hunting. Then was reading responses. There was a statement made that Mississippi had just changed their non-resident hunting license fees. Out of state hunters would pay the same as residents. Does anybody else have any information on this? Checked with MDWF web site and according to it, (unless it hasn't been updated yet), they are still the same as the last several years. Thanks for any info. you have.

October 03, 2005 at 5:11am
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