Minden Press-Herald

Friday
Sep 19th

Sports Opinion

Sports - Sports Opinion

Reynolds cautiously optimistic about duck season

Larry Reynolds, Waterfowl Study Leader for the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is hoping he won't have to write a gloomy report after this season like he did a year ago. After an early forecast filled with optimism before last duck season, the results overall fell as flat as a duck's foot; the birds just never showed up in the expected numbers.

"Right now," Reynolds began, "we're shaking off the disappointment of this year's teal season. The bluewing teal numbers were only slightly lower than a year ago when they were at an all-time high. However, when it was time to open teal season last month, the birds just weren't here.

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An imperfect end to a near-perfect day

Deer season for regular firearms kicked off this past Saturday in Area 2 and since I don't bow hunt and no longer pack a muzzleloader, this would be deer season opening d...

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Westlake taxidermist brings his mounts to life

I first met Steve German twenty-odd years ago down in his home territory of Calcasieu Parish when he joined me and longtime friend, Sammie Faulk, in a series of excursion...

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‘Old Codgers’ still winning bass tournaments

Do you consider guys in their mid-50s and mid-60s "old codgers"? I don't since I've reached that plateau, and then some. However, Ruston team bass anglers, Martin Elshout...

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Traditions/rituals/superstitions spice up hunting

If you're a bass fisherman, don't you dare catch a fish on your first cast. Tradition has it that you'll have lousy success the rest of the day. That's why I usually flip...

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