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Boom! Another lake record bass for Bussey

Courtesy When he drove up from Roberts, La to fish The Bussey Brake Reservoir in Bastrop, John “Sid” Wilde had no idea his life was about to change. Bussey Brake is special and for good reason. The efforts done

Guess what day it is?

Guess what day it is. No, not hump day. It’s “One day closer to Louisiana turkey season Day”. And that means you need to get your gear in order and come by Simmons’ to make sure you are properly geared

Last chance to comment on hunting seasons

The Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission approved several amendments to the 2024-25 hunting regulations notice of intent during its March meeting Thursday (March 7) in Baton Rouge. Included in the amendments were alterations to deer hunting season dates in Deer

Simmons’ is Primary Optics Dealer of the Year

HOUSTON, TEXAS— Primary Arms Optics has proudly named Simmons’ Sporting Goods as its Dealer of the Year. This prestigious award highlights Simmons’ Sporting Goods’ unparalleled commitment to promoting and supporting Primary Arms Optics products, setting a high standard in customer

Bastrop: Trophy Town

What’s an outdoor “Trophy Town”? It’s a community “smack dab in the middle of a local outdoor paradise that makes them special places to live and visit”. That’s what the Louisiana Sportsman February edition said when it named eight great

Sportsman magazine highlights Bussey

The Louisiana Sportsman magazine highlighted Bussey Brake as one of the top three spots in Louisiana to catch a double digit bass! Check out some of the shots from the January edition below. And don’t forget to drop by Simmons’

Happy Thanksgiving

We hope you are having a good Thanksgiving weekend and pause to be thankful for your blessings, large and small. It is sure a blessing to live in a country where we are free to pursue outdoor sports and own/shoot

LDWF duck estimates – NE LA

LDWF aerial survey: The Northeast Louisiana survey was conducted November 9-15 via transectssimilar to December and January 2022. This survey is no longer flown over select locations andshould not be compared to past years’ reports. A total of 208,000 ducks

Current LDWF Duck estimates – record low

LOUISIANA DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE & FISHERIES The 2023 November survey estimate of 584,000 ducks in Louisiana’s coastal region and Little River basin is the lowest on record, and 27% lower than last November’s record low estimate of 802,000. This year’s

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