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Apr 23rd

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Keeping your eyes open for poisonous snakes

Poisonous snakes can show up and zap you with no warning and sometimes with dire consequences.

Item: Lavon Chandler reached for a stick of firewood recently and was bitten on the finger by a big copperhead. Chandler spent several days in intensive care.

Item: Dr. James Dickson, head of LA Tech's wildlife programs, was checking a trap for endangered pine snakes. As he reached into the trap, a copperhead nailed him on a finger. Fortunately, having a cell phone handy and alerting medical authorities quickly resulted in a swollen sore finger for a few days with no lasting effects.

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Ruston native finds catfishing success in Missouri

Thanks to some lessons learned decades ago by a Lincoln Parish youngster from his mentor, his family is enjoying lip-smacking fried catfish today.

Keith Johnson watched an...

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Crawford on cutting edge of unique fishing circuit

There is a chapter of a unique bass fishing tournament trail with headquarters in Ruston, a circuit that targets both bass and bass fishermen.

The North-Central Louisiana ...

Last Updated ( July 10, 2012 )

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Louisiana DWF says ‘Leave the fawns alone’

This is the first account I've heard so far this year but I'll bet I'll hear more. Baby fawns are being born just about now and these little fellows are often found by pe...

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Plan B works for Ledet on landing whopper bass

The trouble with some people is their determination to stick to an original plan in an endeavor in which they're involved, even if the plan is not working. Successful peo...

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