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SCDNR asking anglers to release all speckled sea trout

A week after North Carolina closed down the harvest for sea trout along the Tarheel State’s coast, South Carolina’s DNR is urging anglers to voluntarily release all sea trout caught along the coast of the Palmetto State. 

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January 15 at 10:02 pm
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Gastonia hunter scouts trophy buck all season, kills it on last day

Dillon Vaughn of Gastonia, N.C. had an early encounter with a big Gaston County 9-point buck that was just out of bow range. For the rest of the 2017 season, he scouted for this deer, and finally killed it on the last day of the season. The buck carried a 21-inch spread.

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January 12 at 5:15 am
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Learn the top techniques for catching crappie

Think of all the hours you’ve spent in a classroom learning about subjects you probably didn’t have a whole lot of interest in. Its been a necessary part of life for us all, from grade school, college, the military, or civilian jobs. Learning is a great thing, but let’s face it, we’ve all spent time staring out the window during countless classes, wishing we were fishing.

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January 10 at 4:40 pm
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Free youth duck hunting clinic in Laurens Monday, Jan. 15

The SCDNR is dedicated to getting kids involved in the outdoors, and their Take One Make One (TOMO) program spends a lot of time, energy, and resources to make sure we pass those outdoor traditions on to the next generation.

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January 10 at 2:49 pm
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Youth quail hunting clinic this Saturday

You hear it all the time whenever the subject of quail hunting comes up anywhere in South Carolina….”quail hunting is a lost art,” and while it’s not at all what it once was, is it really lost? And if it is, what are the folks making that statement doing to change that?

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January 09 at 1:49 am
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What are your thoughts on coyote management in North Carolina?

What do you think of regulations regarding hunting and trapping coyotes in North Carolina? One thing is certain –– coyotes are well-established throughout the state, and evidence exists that they are harmful to deer hunting and other wild game hunting to some extent. 

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January 09 at 1:08 am
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Win money and prizes in fifth annual Carolina Coyote Classic

For the fifth consecutive year, 704 Outdoors will be holding their annual Carolina Coyote Classic next month. The tournament will begin on Feb. 9 and end on Feb. 11. And this year’s event will be the biggest one yet.

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January 04 at 10:08 pm
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Blind hunter kills deer with help of technology, good friend

Michael Edmonds of Inman, S.C. lost his sight during an industrial accident about four years ago, and with the loss of his sight, he thought his hunting days were over. But on Dec. 22, he killed a trophy while hunting with a friend with some specialized equipment.

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January 04 at 4:05 am
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