The scuffling of shoes, water running, men stumbling in the dark as they pulled on chest waders and Gore-Tex camouflage coats, and the smell of coffee permeated the old farmhouse at 4 a.m. […]
Many hunters in the southeastern parts of North Carolina act as if they’d lost their best friend once deer season ends.
A trained hunting dog is a marvelous animal to observe.
Hunters and dog owners of specialty breeds — pointers, setters, beagles, Plotts, Redbones, blueticks, Walkers, Chesapeakes, Labradors, Boykins — uniformly talk about the enjoyment of “watching the dogs work” more than the actual harvesting of game. […]
In your search for a last-minute stocking stuffer, look to the Federal Duck Stamp as a unique, no compromise gift that truly encompasses the Christmas spirit. And, you can get them at the Post Office when you go to mail your other gifts. […]
A statewide waterfowl report that provides information on waterfowl population surveys and summaries of waterfowl harvests during the past two seasons is now available on-line from the S.C. Department of Natural Resources. […]
Based on a S.C. Department of Natural Resources survey, heavy rains across most of the state appear to have negatively impacted wild turkey reproduction this spring and summer, according to a state wildlife biologist. […]
Do you aspire to be an outdoor writer or photographer? The National Shooting Sports Foundation’s STEP OUTSIDE® program is holding a photo and story contest to acknowledge the thrill of introducing someone, or being introduced yourself, to shooting, hunting, fishing or archery. […]
Toxo – plasmosis, a one-celled parasite found in many meats, can occur in South Carolina deer, but venison is not the only source of the disease, a state Department of Natural Resources deer biologist said. […]