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    The new size limit on striped bass is now in effect on North Carolina's Tar, Neuse, and Pungo rivers.

    New inland striped bass limits on Tar, Neuse, and Pungo rivers

    New size limit effective as of Oct. 1, 2018
    October 08 at 7:37pm
    State championship-qualifying youth raccoon hunts planned around the state of South Carolina from October 2018 through March 2019.

    Youth raccoon hunts being held from October through March

    Hunts will culminate with SC Youth Raccoon Hunting Championship
    October 08 at 6:55pm
    Ryan Pridgen of Raleigh poses with the gator he killed during North Carolina's 2018 alligator hunting season.

    Raleigh hunter kills lone gator of North Carolina's 2018 season

    Hunter had many hours invested in gator hunt
    October 07 at 6:32pm
    Jason Carter passed on shooting this buck twice, then missed it once, before finally killing it on Sept. 21, 2018 in Alamance County, NC.

    Snow Camp bowhunter scores 158-inch brute in Alamance County

    He arrowed the buck on his fourth encounter
    October 03 at 2:52pm
    James Williams (left) killed this trophy 9-point on his third try on Sept. 18, 2018 in Granville County, NC. His son Lamont (right) was his biggest cheerleader.

    Third time is the charm for Granville hunter

    After missing twice, NC hunter kills trophy buck on third try
    October 03 at 1:22pm
    South Carolina's shellfish season opened on Oct. 1, 2018 and runs through May 15, 2019.

    South Carolina shellfish season is now open

    Season runs through May 15, 2019
    October 03 at 1:03pm
    Alek Knight took a morning off from school to kill this mainframe 12-point buck that is destined for the record book.

    Stokes County teen bags record-book whitetail

    Another 16-year-old from North Stokes H.S. cracks record book
    October 03 at 12:28pm
    This crew from Laurens County, SC lost a big gator on opening weekend, but they scored big on Sept. 29 with a 1052-pounder.

    Upstate hunters kill 1052-pound gator at Santee

    The big lizard measured 13 1/2 feet in length
    October 02 at 9:18pm
    King mackerel have been coming over the rails of Apache Pier for the past 11 days, including this double caught earlier today.

    This is currently the hottest fishing spot in the Carolinas

    Anglers have caught 29 king mackerel in past 11 days
    October 02 at 3:03pm
    Noah Pennell of Roxboro, NC killed this 9-point buck on Sept. 24 in Caswell County, NC.

    Roxboro bowhunter kills 138-inch, 9-point buck

    Quality deer management program credited with buck's growth
    October 02 at 9:23am
    Chris Glosson killed this big 9-point buck in Granville County on Sept. 24, 2018.

    Rougemont teen strikes again, this time with 135-inch, 9-point trophy

    Bowhunter dropped trophy at 20 yards
    September 30 at 5:40pm
    Oct. 1 marks the first day of the 2018-19 Delayed Harvest trout season in Western North Carolina.

    Delayed Harvest trout regulations now if effect for 36 trout waters in WNC

    Delayed Harvest runs Oct. 1 through May 31
    September 30 at 5:12pm
    Tory Pegg killed this big 9-point buck in Guilford County, NC on Sept. 23, 2018.

    Oak Ridge hunter arrows massive Guilford County 9-point buck

    Buck had 11-inch tines, 22 1/8-inch spread
    September 27 at 2:25pm
    Brian Pratt of Charlotte caught this 32-inch speckled trout on a live mullet under a popping cork while fishing in the Little River area.

    Fishing is hot in wake of Hurricane Florence

    Inshore, nearshore, and offshore fishing is great for both Carolinas
    September 27 at 1:51pm
    Six-year-old Carter Phillips of Chatham County killed this 10-point buck on Sept. 18. It was his second buck of the 2018 season.

    Youth crossbow hunter tags out 10 days into season

    Chatham County 6-year-old arrows 7-pointer, 10-pointer
    September 26 at 11:47pm
    Until further notice, boating has been suspended on the Waccamaw River between US Business Hwy 501 and US Hwy 501 in Conway, SC.

    Boating suspended on a portion of the Waccamaw River

    Closure is to protect flood berms as waters continue to rise
    September 24 at 4:01pm