EDGEFIELD, S.C. – Cindy Garrison, host of ESPN2’s “Get Wild With Cindy Garrison,” became the newest Women in the Outdoors spokeswoman at the official signing of her agreement in Edgefield, S.C., Sept. 11. […]
North Carolina Sportsman Magazine has learned a proposal by a Wildlife Resources commissioner to have a special split-season, early-opening date for 2007 spring wild turkey hunting at six counties in his southeastern district has been rejected by the N.C. Legislative Rules Review Committee — before it met.
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. […]
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. […]