Tundra swan hunting with Carolina ALL OUT


Washington County is a top spot for tundra swan hunting

Wood ducks, mallards, Canada geese — if you grew up in the Carolinas, chances are you’ve hunted all three of these birds, even if you’re just a casual waterfowler. But one of the biggest and most exciting birds available to Carolina hunters is the tundra swan.

Only a handful of states allow hunting for these big birds, and doing it in North Carolina is by permit only. Hunters who apply and are awarded permits believe the experience is well worth it.

In this episode of Carolina ALL OUT, host Chris Douglas hunts with the crew from H and H Guide Service. Tag along and see what swan hunting is all about.

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Brian Cope is the editor of CarolinaSportsman.com. He has won numerous awards for his writing, photography, and videography. He is a retired Air Force combat communications technician, and has a B.A. in English Literature from the University of South Carolina. You can reach him at brianc@sportsmannetwork.com.

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