James Sims of Blythewood, S.C. shot a 13-point buck that has been green-scored at 188 inches while hunting in Fairfield County. The buck may become the new S.C. state typical record after it is officially scored following the 60-day drying period. […]
Sometimes the best endings are the ones that come as a complete surprise.
Larry Rhoden of Boiling Springs in Spartanburg County did not get to hunt during bow season and he did not really expect to shoot a buck on the afternoon of Oct. 12, the opening day of gun season.
Jason Smythe first saw the big buck on on his trail cameras on the Smythe Farm near Ridgeway in 2016. He was a big 8-point sporting a rack with high, wide tines. The rack was so impressive Smythe dubbed him Goal Posts.
Kennady Bearden decided she wanted to go deer hunting, but there was a problem. All of 8-years-old, she could hold her daddy’s .270 deer rifle to her shoulder and reach the trigger, but she could not get close enough to the scope to see through it.