Features from September 2022
- Anglers have their best shot of the year at old drum in the Pamlico Sound during September.
- Anglers can catch a variety of species from Carolina piers and beaches throughout September.
- Check out these North Carolina Game Lands for deer hunting this season.
- Archery hunters face unique challenges during the early days of deer season. Overcome them with these tips.
- Small dove fields offer some of the best hunting, especially when a small number of hunters are available.
- Much maligned as a trash fish by some anglers, white perch have saved many a fall fishing trip.
Columns - September 2022
- Bass, catfish and deer are all in play for sportsmen in Santee Cooper Country during September.
- This chilled venison taco salad offers sportsmen a cool and tasty meal to wind down after a day afield.
- Lessons learned early in your bow hunting journey can have a lasting impact.
- Bass can be picky in September but you’ll find plenty willing to bite crankbaits around wooden cover.
- Some techniques perfected by freshwater anglers can be used for saltwater fishing too.
- SCDNR’s newest recruit is a young Labrador Retriever that’s training to be part of the agency’s canine team.
- Give your fall food plots the best chance for success with these planting tips.
- A kayak is a great tool for chasing flounder, and September is a great month to do it.
Outdoor Update - September 2022
- We’ve got a great list of monthly and grand prizes for the 2022-23 Bag-A-Buck contest.
- Black Widow Deer Lures is a family-owned company and has been making wild game scent lures for 25 years.
- Mike and Christain Taylor won the July 9 Hatcher Insurance Redfish Roundup.
- Drew Arndt and Rennie Clark took first place in the John Starz Electric Redfish Rumble on July 30, 2022.
- September is a great month of transition for Carolina hunters and anglers.
Hot Spots - September 2022
- Look for numerous trophy flounder in Southeastern NC during the 2022 flounder season.
- It’s tough to beat the Murrells Inlet jetties for hot redfish action in September.
- Tailing redfish are perfect targets for flyfishermen in the lowcountry’s grass flats.
- On overcast days with running water, Roanoke Rapids is a hotspot for bass and stripers.
- Anglers along North Carolina’s central coast are ready for the 2022 flounder season.
- The Albemarle Sound gives up a mixed bag during September, with white perch being the featured species.
- The striper bite changes from summer to fall on Lake Hartwell during September.