|The Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks reminds everyone that National Fishing and Boating Week is June 2 -10, a national celebration of fishing and boating.|
|Also, a reminder that July 4 is designated as a “Free Fishing Day” statewide, and anglers will be able to fish without a license on any public waters. However, daily permits will be required to fish any state fishing lake or state park lake on July 4.|
|Those seeking additional information may call the MDWFP Fisheries Bureau at (601) 432-2200.|
|For more info regarding fishing in Mississippi, visit www.mdwfp.com or call (601) 432-2200.|
Photos by DeMill Dixon
Photos by DeMill DixonQuarterback Dequan Moore (14, background) releases a pass in the spring jamboree with his offensive linemen providing protection.
Photos by DeMill DixonThe Byhalia Indians take the field for the recent spring football jamboree at Sam Coopwood Park in Holly Springs.
Coach John Danley said his Byhalia Indians have to get back to playing “big boy football.”
Jeremy Ervin knows full well about the tradition of Marshall Academy basketball.
Still another splendid Division I college baseball season in Mississippi seems headed for an extra special post-season.