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CWD is Cause for Concern, but not Panic

From the Spring 2018 issue

It’s human nature to be fearful of the unknown. And it is often the unknown that makes us resistant to change. But like it or not, the discovery of Chronic Waste Disease in the South Delta mandates change in the way we will manage deer, hunt deer, and process venison from this point forward in Mississippi.

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Chronic Wasting Disease in Deer – What does this mean for Mississippians?

From the Spring 2018 issue

Since February 9th, I don’t think a day has gone by when I haven’t thought about CWD and what is going to mean for Mississippi in the coming years. In some “CWD States” the disease has changed the deer herd, as well as hunting, while in other states, hunting appears to carry on without skipping a beat. What is the projected outcome for Mississippi?

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Is 20 the new 12?

From the Spring 2018 issue

With advancements in ammunition technology, it seems like the 20 gauge is slowly making it’s way into the limelight more and more these days in the hunting scene. What was once widely regarded as a “youth cartridge” is being transformed into an all-around gun for hunting ducks, upland birds, and more recently, turkeys all across the country. Why though? Why is it so popular right now?

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Marine Stings and Poisonings

From the Spring 2018 issue

Many of us across the South gravitate to the Gulf Beaches to vacation most anytime throughout the year. If you are planning a trip to the sunny beach you should be informed about some things which can ruin your trip, primarily from contact with sea creatures and food poisonings peculiar to seafood.

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Single Shot Selection

From the Fall 2009 issue

As most of you know, Mississippi allows single shot rifles to be used during primitive weapons season. Legal rifles were required to be .45 cal. bore diameter or larger until this year.

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Preservation as an Art

From the Fall 2009 issue

Etching memories in wood has been the preferred pastime of George Berry for a lifetime. With a simple pocket knife, the renowned Mississippi folk artist has rendered art pleasing to generations, but most of all pleasing to himself.

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