Entries by Louisiana Bowhunter

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, […]

Mississippi Suspends Doe Harvests on Public Land for 2017-18

In a recent news release Mississippi Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks has issued an official statement regarding changes made to it’s hunters ability to harvest antlerless deer on public land. Bag Limits Delta, Northeast, East Central, and Southwest Zones: 3 antlerless deer per annual season. Southeast Zone: 1 antlerless deer per day, not to exceed 2 […]

WLF Approves Hunting Season Changes, Among Others for 2017 and Beyond

From Report  The Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission (LWFC) approved the 2017-19 hunting season dates and 2017-18 general and Wildlife Management Areas (WMA) hunting rules and regulations at its April meeting Thursday in Baton Rouge. The season dates approved include the 2018 turkey season and associated rules and regulations along with the 2017-18 migratory bird […]

Ban on Importation of Cervid Carcasses into Louisiana Goes into Effect March 1

  From News Release A new regulation governing importation of cervid carcasses into Louisiana will go into effect March 1, the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) announced. The regulation was passed by the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission (LWFC) in the fall of 2016 and aims to prevent the introduction of chronic wasting […]

WLF Public Hearings Begin Monday Feb 20

Don’t miss your opportunity to voice your opinion/ concerns on issues regarding the upcoming season. From Press Release The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) will hold six public meetings beginning Monday (Feb. 20) around the state to present and gather comments on the proposed 2017-19 resident game hunting season dates, 2017-18 waterfowl and […]

State Department Temporarily Hits Brakes on Hog Poision

The much heated talks over the controversial hog poison “Kaput” and its delivery system have caused the state to hit the brakes on its approval and do further research on the harmful effects it could cause to non-target species and the local economy system as a whole. From News Release  The Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries […]

Dream Deer Season Ends with a Giant

Kyler Moppert is not just my business partner. He is one of my best friends. Getting the text yesterday evening that he had “shot a monster” ignited an excitement that I was going to be able to write a story about someone I know personally. Someone I can attest to how hard he hunts, how much he […]