A good friend sent me this yesterday. It is a great way to start the New Year. God’s blessings and comfort are all around. All we have to do is open our eyes and our heart and our ears. The man whispered, “God, speak to me,” and a meadowlark sang. But, the man did … Continue reading
Happy New, Wet Year. That’s right. Today’s first article isn’t about ducks or deer or crappie or fish baits. It’s about water. Lots of water. You drive over the Mississippi or Ouachita River bridges and it looks like spring flooding is about to hit. You walk through the woods and if you take more than … Continue reading
‘Twas the night before Christmas and all across the lakeOnly two ducks were still stirring, a hen and a drake.The yo-yo’s were hung on the boat dock with care,In hopes some big crappie would soon swim up there; The coots were nestled all snug by the shore, They were there by the dozens; three, no… … Continue reading
As north Louisiana and south Arkansas duck hunters strain to see a few ducks in the morning sky this season, thoughts go back to an earlier day when things were different. Different? Make that Awesome. If duck hunting history had a Disney World, the Magic Kingdom would have been Claypool Reservoir. The year for this … Continue reading
Each of us is an innkeeper who decides if there’s room for Jesus. Isaiah 9:6 : For to us a child is born, to us a son is given, and the government will be on his shoulders. And he will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.
Not much goes on in the woods these days that some hunter doesn’t capture on a game camera. As for these? I don’t know what to say. What caption would you add? Wait, there’s another one:
There are lots of groups doing lots of good things, but none are better than the Louisiana Hunters for Heroes. They are constantly putting on events for veterans in our state. We salute their efforts. The group just finished up their annual Union Parish deer hunt and want to thank all of the corporate sponsors, … Continue reading
No, not on the football field. In life. If you want to score a touchdown in life, consider these great words from a really great quarterback, who knows how to win at both.
Anytime we get a lot of rain in a hurry, it makes lake residents a little bit wary of the situation. It looks like the lake at D’Arbonne is heading up quickly, but should not get over the 83 foot level. That is the projection of the USGS as you can see in the graph … Continue reading