A Dixie Lady Deer Hunter

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

Before & After Netting On Buck

This buck was walking around with netting on his rack for awhile and my Facebook friend, Mike Persichini was able to get help in getting it off.  The first picture is September 24th and the second is October 3rd.  A lot of hard work went into saving this beautiful animal.  Many thanks to Larry Piotrowki for all his help, Mike said. 


After - Ta Da!

Just waking up.

Waiting for him to wake up after being tranquilized to get the netting off his his rack. He went down in 5 minutes after going 30 yards.  It takes one to four hours to wake up but he woke up within two hours.  

Many thanks to Larry and Mike!  Awesomeness!

Thursday, October 24, 2019

Louisiana Hunter Dies In Accident @ Deer Stand

A Calcasieu Parish man died in a hunting accident last Sunday in Sabine Parish.
Louisiana hunter dies in accident at his deer standThe Sabine Parish coroner’s office has identified him as 53-year-old Paul W. Landry.
It appears that the Iowa resident stumbled on a large tree stump, causing him to tumble forward and strike his face or head on the lowest rung of his 14-foot metal ladder deer stand, Sabine Coroner Ron Rivers said.
The accident happened several hundred yards down a a high line that crosses Rattan Road off Louisiana Highway 473 in southern Sabine Parish.
Family members found Landry dead on the ground at the foot of his ladder deer stand when they went to check on him after he failed to answer repeated phone calls about noon, the coroner said.
Landry had left his residence to go deer hunting about 5:30 a.m.
Evidence shows he made several trips to take his weapon and backpack up his ladder stand.

Monday, October 07, 2019

A Nice 10-Pointer Plus Online Hunter Ed Class

10-Pointer - Gary "Heat the Grease" Thomas killed this 10-point buck on the opening day of deer hunting season at Oak Ridge in Vicksburg, Mississippi, Warren County.  My congratulations to Gary and that is a very nice 10-point!   

Online Hunter Ed Class - The Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks is now allowing the state's hunters to complete a mandatory education course online.

The internet course, "Today's Hunter In Mississippi," can be found at the agency's website, mdwfp.com.  The class is video-narrated and interactive.  The certificate from the online course can be presented as a digital or paper copy to license vendors to purchase a hunting license.

Residents under 16 who choose to take the internet course will still need to attend a three-hour classroom course before being certified.

The next classroom course offered in Warren County is scheduled for October 19, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Fisher Ferry Fire Department on Lee Road.

Registration for the classroom class must be done online at education.mdwfp.com/Web/Event/CountySelection.
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