Lever-action rifle with iron sights makes quick work of 162-inch, 11-point mountain buck Just passing through. That’s what Chase McLean of Boone, N.C., thought about the 162-inch, 11-point buck he killed on Thanksgiving afternoon. He’d […]
Southern snowstorms provide great deer hunting opportunities With the Carolinas facing a winter storm this weekend — snow is predicted across much of the Southeast on Sunday and Monday — savvy deer hunters know to […]
South Carolina turkey hunters wrapped their tags around 17,939 birds this past spring, a 6.4-percent drop from 2017 levels that may reflect poor breeding success over the past handful of years or signal a return to an “average” harvest after harvest increases the past two springs credited to expanded season dates.
By his own admission, it only took a few seconds for Jeremy Howard of Lillington, N.C., to go from abject sorrow to total thanksgiving. That’s how long it took Tom Naumann, owner of South Carolina’s Cherokee Run Hunting Lodge to deliver this message: