Break-Away Outdoors Inc. 484 Ellison Ridge Rd. Louisville, MS 39339 (662) 803-0744 Email
November 9th 2013 - 10th annual Palmer Home Deer Hunt at Yellow Creek Timber and Wildlife.
November 2nd 2013 - Break-Away Outdoors will be participating in the MDWFP Super Hunt.
November 3rd 2012- Break-Away Outdoors hosted the 9th annual Palmer Home Deer Hunt at Yellow Creek Timber and Wildlife in Brooksville Ms. A big thanks to all of the sponsors and volunteers that made this event possible. The day ended with a total harvest of 20 whitetail deer. view photo's
October 6th 2012- Break-Away Outdoors hosted an alligator hunt in the Mississippi delta. view photo's
September 22nd 2012- Break-Away Outdoors hosted a dove hunt at Forestaire Plantation harvesting a total of 195 doves. view photo's
July 21st 2012- Break-Away Outdoors hosted a catfishing rodeo at the Turcotte Education Center with the help of the Mississippi Department of Wildlife Fisheries and Parks. view photo's
June 2nd 2012- Break-Away Outdoors along with the Mississippi Catfish Hunters hosted a catfish tournament at Columbus Lake in Columbus Ms. view photo's
December 28th 2011- Break-Away Outdoors hosted a hunt at Quail Ridge in Louisville Ms. view photo's
December 3rd 2011- Break-Away Outdoors hosted a hunt at Black Prairie Outfitters in Brooksville Ms. view photo's
November 12th 2011- Break-Away Outdoors guided 3 youth from the NWTF'S Wheelin Sportsman event at Forestaire Plantation. view photo's
November 5th 2011- Break-Away Outdoors hosted a youth hunt at Yellow Creek Timber and Wildlife. 23 youth from the Palmer Home for Children, and other organizations attended the event. The day began by outfitting each child with camouflage provided by our friends at Longleaf Camo. After everyone was suited up each child headed to the shooting bench for gun safety and target practice. Hamburgers and hotdogs were served for lunch, and a second round of shooting ensued. At 3:00pm we headed to the stand. Shots rang out throughout afternoon, and excitement started to build as to who killed what. At the end of the day 18 deer arrived at the skinning shed. Smiles carried throughout the night as a wildgame stew was provided for supper. As the day winded to an end a great feeling of accomplishment was felt by all of the volunteers who helped make this day happen. We look forward to our next chapter in the story book of Break-Away Outdoors view photo's