When I was stationed in Mississippi, I hunted the Pascagoula River drainage extensively. Hunting pressure was light during archery and primitive weapon season, and the area is loaded with game, particularly hogs in the southern areas. Also, you are right outside the National Forest, lots of deer and turkey up there, try Red Creek. Be careful if you bowhunt hogs spot and stalk style, they have an attitude in there...I have had a couple close calls.
Avoid the general gun opener, it is full of dog hunters....the animals dissapear to cover within the first hour. There are a couple still hunt only areas, but I have found that the hounds dont read the signs.
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so how do you get to pasagcoula drainage?
i have been looking at red crrek area online ill probably try that out since you said something
do you know anything about wma little biloxi?
and what are the regs on hog hunting here?
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