The art of cormorant fishing is native to China and Japan, although it is quickly disappearing in those countries. Similar in ways to falconry, this technique has been recorded as early as 960 AD and involves employing trained cormorants to capture fish.
INFOGRAPHIC: Deer Vision – What Every Hunter Needs to Know
OutdoorHub OutdoorHub - October 6, 2014
Ever been “out-eyed” by a buck you were sure couldn’t see you? Maybe you failed to take into account how exactly deer eyesight works. To better mentally equip yourself for deer season this year, check out this infographic on how deer eyesight works. Perhaps it’ll lead you to a trophy-room addition this fall.
2013 Louisiana Youth Hunters of the Year Recognized at LOWA Conference
The Louisiana Male and Female 2013 Youth Hunters of the Year were recognized at the 2013 Louisiana Outdoor Writers Conference at the Quality Hotel in Houma on Saturday August 9th. Chloe Slayter of Pineville, LA received the award for the 2013 Female Youth Hunter of the Year and her brother Jay Chase Slayter received the award for the 2013 Male Youth Hunter. The brother and sister team were presented the awards by Rebecca Triche, Executive Director of the Louisiana Wildlife Federation. LWF is one of the sponsors of the Youth Hunter of the Year Program. Other sponsors include the South LA Branch of the Quality Deer Management Association, the Louisiana Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation, Harrison Law, LLC, the BR Chapter of Delta Waterfowl and Bowie Outfitters in BR.