• Deer Hunting

    South Carolina's laws on importing deer and other cervid parts harvested out-of-state are intended to help stop the spread of Chronic Wasting Disease.

    Know these laws before importing deer, elk parts from outside of SC

    Hunting outside of South Carolina? Know these laws
    August 09 at 9:41pm
    North Carolina's rules on importing parts of deer and other cervids harvested outside of NC are intended to prevent the spread of Chronic Wasting Disease.

    Hunting out of state? Make sure you follow these rules on importing deer parts

    Laws are intended to keep Chronic Wasting Disease out of NC
    August 09 at 9:13pm
    Do food-plot prep: lime and fertilize. Then get your seeds in the ground and pray for rain. You could hit the jackpot.

    Keep it simple food-plot strategy

    North Carolina hunter/landowner has great plan
    August 05 at 9:00am
    Jason Ray killed this 142-inch, 10-point buck on Dec. 7, 2017, in North Carolina’s Rutherford County, where the herd is expanding.

    Carolina Deer Preview 2018

    What does this fall’s deer season have for hunters in the Carolinas? New regulations for much of North Carolina, a second year to look at how South Carolina hunters are reacting to changes from 2017. But make no mistake, the deer are still there for the t
    August 01 at 7:00am
    South Carolina's youth hunters will get a free day to hunt before the official beginning of deer season in each of the state's four game zones.

    Youth hunters get free deer hunting days before regular opening of season

    No tags or hunting licenses required for youth on these days
    July 31 at 2:39pm
    Garmin’s Xero Bow Sight combines a rangefinder and a bow-sighting sytem.

    Get a good look at this new sight

    Garmin product is rangefinder, laser sighting system for bowhunters
    July 22 at 9:00am
    Hunters looking to improve the wildlife habitat on their hunting properties should not fail to ask local farmers for advice or other help in making food plots as productive as possible.

    Ask a farmer

    July 15 at 7:00am
    Public-hunting opportunities abound in both Carolinas for deer hunters who don’t have access to private land through a lease or a hunt club.

    Don’t pass up public hunting

    Carolinas boast more than 3 million acres in game lands, WMA management programs
    July 05 at 9:00am
    South Carolina's 2017 deer harvest increased over the previous year.

    South Carolina's 2017 deer harvest shows increase over previous year

    Doe harvest saw a bigger increase than antlered deer
    June 12 at 3:30pm
    A big food plot is a great wildlife attractor, but make sure it’s in an area that won’t force deer to feed at night.

    Time to figure out food-plot plans

    Summer should be beginning of fall deer success
    June 05 at 9:00am
    The late Gene Sutherland loved the woods and whitetails in a life that spanned almost 70 years.

    A life well lived: Remembering a hunter and friend

    Hunting mentor’s closing letter hits the things that make us love the woods
    May 22 at 9:00am
    Land managers can count on a lush, warm-season food plot to provide plenty of nutrition for wildlife.

    Are warm-season food plots effective?

    You bet! They can do plenty to improve local habitat
    May 05 at 9:00am
    Modern carbon arrows that look like wooden ones and are fletched with feathers are a major improvement over wooden alternatives.

    For tradition’s sake, try one

    Recurves or long bows carry archers back to a time before technology
    April 22 at 9:00am