Entries by Louisiana Bowhunter

Possible Bear Sighting Near Lake Charles

Daryl Arsement, an avid bow hunter from Sulphur, caught something on camera he says he didn’t think existed in Calcasieu Parish… black bears! Daryl was out checking cameras, doing some preseason scouting, and trimming lanes on July 15th at his deer lease near Gillis. Gillis is a small town located in central Calcasieu Parish, about […]

Give Ground Blinds a Try

After falling 20′ while setting up a stand last summer my hunting strategies have changed, to say the least. While I used to thrive hunting from a lock on, ladder stand or climber, now I find myself being satisfied on the ground. Shocker, I know! While I am no stranger to ground hunting I used […]

Calm Your Storm- Preparing for Buck Fever

Bow hunters go to extreme measures to ensure a successful season. We run trail cameras for months to keep a close inventory on our herd even naming some of the more dominant bucks and iconic does. We plot their movements day and night categorizing trail camera pictures into galleries featuring the same bucks or any […]

Wildgame Nation Suspended Indefintely

 Outdoor Sportsman Group Networks, owners of The Outdoor Channel and Sportsman Channel, has suspended the show Wildgame Nation and host Bill Busbice, Jr.  Jim Liberatore, CEO and President of Outdoor Sportsman Group Networks made this announcement today, effective immediately.  “Outdoor Sportsman Group is committed to legal and ethical hunting,” said Liberatore. “We have strict policies and […]

LDWF Reminder to Not Disturb Fawns

From Press Release Though they may appear to be vulnerable and in need of assistance, unattended white-tailed deer fawns encountered in the wild should not be disturbed, according to Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries’ (LDWF) biologists. LDWF is reminding the public the best practice is to leave them alone and to remember it is […]

A Bright Future for Louisiana Archers

215 schools in Louisiana with over 40,000 4th-12th graders are involved in the ALAS program. (Archery in Louisiana Schools) 23 of these schools with 349 student archers recently made the trip to Nationals in Louisville, Kentucky to compete for $105,000 in scholarships. They did so by qualifying at the state level in Shreveport recently where […]

LABH BLOG: LABH Goes to ATA

Throughout my life I have always heard the saying “Do what you love and you will never work another day in your life.” Well I still don’t know that feeling or experience, but this past week at the 2017 ATA show was about the closest I have come to seeing and experiencing that first hand […]

LABH BLOG: Spring Hog Control

Introducing our newest category of online content, the”LABH Blog”. This category will feature stories, experiences, hunts, journeys, and lessons learned from our team of Contributors. We hope you enjoy reading it, are able to take away a few pointers, or maybe just a laugh or relaxing read. Feel free to leave us feedback, ask questions, […]