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Young sisters bag trophy bucks on consecutive days

Two small Rockingham County sisters pulled off the rare feat of bagging bucks on back-to-back days last weekend.

Laurel League, a 9-year-old 4th-grade student at Summerfield Elementary School, dropped a heavy-racked 8-pointer Nov. 10, 2018, while hunting from a box blind with her grandfather, Art “Pops” League.

The next day her sister Lila, a 7-year-old second-grader at the same school, popped a 10-pointer while hunting with her dad, Eric League.

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November 14 at 10:38 pm
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130-class buck goes down to Laurinburg bowhunter

When Robert Clark of Laurinburg, N.C. saw trail camera photos this past summer of a big buck on the property that he and a friend deer hunt on, he decided to be aggressive in attempting to keep the animal around long enough to get a chance to kill it.

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November 14 at 9:26 pm
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Rockingham County hunter downs 325+ pound bear

When Randall Collins of Rockingham County, N.C. noticed a bear was living on the private farm he hunts, he decided to add the species to the list of wild game he enjoys pursuing. He’d never killed one before, or even tried, but after running into the bear last year and continually seeing sign of it, he decided 2018 would be a good year to harvest it.

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November 14 at 8:30 pm
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18-point buck goes down before the hunt even started

McLaurin Quick of Bennettsville, S.C. was planning on getting into the woods a little early on Nov. 8 to work on a stand before hunting that evening, but he never made it out of his driveway before killing a mainframe 8-point buck that had a total of 18 scoreable points.

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November 13 at 10:34 pm
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Youth hunter scores big trophy 10-point buck

At 16-years-old, Branson Clement of Kannapolis, N.C. killed a buck unlike most hunters in the Carolinas will ever encounter in the woods on Oct. 27 on his family’s tree farm in Chesterfield County, S.C. The 10-point buck’s rack measured 150 inches and was so symmetrical that less than one inch was deducted when green scoring.

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November 13 at 6:15 pm
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Early trip to deer stand produces 145-inch trophy buck for Patrick hunter

Better late than never? Nope, that wouldn’t have worked for Joshua “Fatback” Sellers of Patrick, S.C., last Friday.

A 19-year-old student at Northeastern Technical College in Cheraw, S.C., Sellers was planning on heading to his deer stand later that afternoon when his brother, Steven, called and urged him to head out earlier. So he got ready and was in his tower stand, overlooking a very young cutover, by 3:30.

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November 12 at 10:51 pm
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Allendale hunter shoots same 150-class buck twice in span of 7 weeks

Most deer hunters across the Carolinas will never get the chance to kill a 150-class whitetail deer, but on Sunday, Nov. 4, Mark Tinsley of Allendale, S.C. not only got the chance to kill such a deer, it was actually the second time he killed the same deer. 

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November 12 at 9:52 pm
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VIDEO: Wilton bowhunter kills 19-point cactus buck

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After Jeff Annis of Wilton, N.C. got a few interesting photos last year on the trail cameras located on his Granville County hunting land of a mature, non-typical buck with a little palmation on its rack, he was hoping to catch a glimpse of the deer in person. His trail cameras caught two night photos of it this year, and it had grown quite a bit.

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November 12 at 11:48 am
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