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By Katie Sloan
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Jan 31st, 2018
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Article and photo by Dan Chason I doubt there are many of us who don’t have memories of that special four legged family member that we love or loved. I am no different. I remember as a kid, my Dad always talked about one special animal that he remembered fondly. His name was Buster and was […]...
By Katie Sloan
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Jan 8th, 2018
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Article by Dan Chason, Photography by Brad Arender Rod Haydel’s Game Calls was founded over four decades ago and continues to evolve with the changing trends in the hunting industry. BayouLife meets up with Haydel to discuss what makes his brand exceptional. If I had to choose one person that I could...
By Katie Sloan
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Nov 30th, 2017
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Article by Dan Chason The best thing about December is all of the outdoor activity that can be enjoyed in Northeast Louisiana. We are blessed with abundant lakes, public hunting land and we sit right in the heart of the Central Flyway for migrating ducks and geese. However, it is not a blessing when ...
By Katie Sloan
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Oct 30th, 2017
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Article by Dan Chason, Photography by Brad Arender Terry Denmon and his team at MOJO Outdoors have taken hunting to a new level. Denmon’s love of the outdoors and commitment to community drives his passion. If you have ever spent a cold still morning in a pit blind or leaning against a cypress tree i...
By Katie Sloan
In Bayou Outdoors
Sep 25th, 2017
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Article by Dan Chason I used to swing a pretty mean shotgun. In fact, I would rather have my .870 Remington with me than any gun I own as it just fits me naturally. It comes so naturally because a shotgun was the first gun I personally owned and the first one that I just had […]...
By Katie Sloan
In Bayou Outdoors
Aug 28th, 2017
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The old saying that there is “more than one way to skin a cat” could not be more true when it comes to fishing.  If you talk to 100 anglers, you will get 100 different perceptions on what is the go-to bait or lure in the summertime.  We all have our preferences but one thing […]...
By Katie Sloan
In Bayou Outdoors
Jul 31st, 2017
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As I sit here preparing this month’s article, I do so with a very heavy heart.  A couple of weeks ago, I received a call advising me that my only brother.Steve, had been in a car accident.  He had suffered a seizure which caused him to black out and wreck his truck as he was […]...
By Katie Sloan
In Bayou Outdoors
Jul 10th, 2017
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article and photos by Dan Chason If I had a nickel for every time I have heard “I don’t know what to get you”….Whether it’s for a birthday, Father’s Day, anniversary or a holiday, it is not quite that hard to find something that dear old Dad or hubby would love.  One thing most of […]...
By Melanie Moffett
In Bayou Outdoors
Jun 5th, 2017
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Common Courtesies in the Woods and On the Water article by Dan Chason Some of my favorite bonehead moves are, of course, the guy who is hunting near me who decides that he must ride his ATV to his stand just as shooting hours are approaching. Then there is the guy who sees my decoys […]...
By Melanie Moffett
In Bayou Outdoors
May 8th, 2017
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Teaching a Skill That Will Last a Lifetime article and photos by Dan Chason Idon’t think a person exists who cannot appreciate the excitement of bass fishing.  A bass is a very aggressive creature and is not as hard to catch as most think.  One of the biggest issues in bass fishing is fishing equipme...