• Carolina Hunting

    Mebane youth bowhunter kills trophy 13 point buck

    On Sept. 9, the second day of North Carolina’s archery season, 12-year-old Elijah Evans pulled the trigger on his grandfather’s Parker crossbow and killed a 13-point buck that may take over the top spot for youth crossbow buck in North Carolina.

    September 14 at 6:23pm

    Florence County huntress kills massive 11 point buck

    Madison Parker of Florence, S.C. began sitting in the deer stand with her dad when she was just a baby, so it was fitting that the two were sitting together on Sept. 6 when the 19-year-old killed the biggest deer of her life, an 11-point buck that weighed 195 pounds and had a massive rack that has been rough scored at 140 inches.

    September 14 at 1:08am

    Aiken County hunter drops trophy 11-point buck

    Matt Atkinson popped an 11-pointer on Sept. 8 after just recently joining a hunting club near his Aiken County home. And what a buck it was! Atkinson’s buck boasted several 11-inch tines with bases over six inches in circumference, and is expected to score upwards of 140 inches. 

    September 13 at 12:33pm

    Wilkesboro bowhunter kills trophy, split tine buck

    Jacob Shepherd of Wilkesboro, N.C., had never seen the big buck that stepped out on him on Monday, Sept. 10, the third day of bow season, but it didn’t take him more than a second to recognize it as a shooter.

    September 12 at 7:13pm

    NCWRC announces closings, schedule changes due to Hurricane Florence

    The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission has made several closings, cancellations and/or postponements due to Hurricane Florence. 

    September 12 at 1:22pm

    Midlands hunters kill giant Santee gator

    Jeremy Shealy of Pomaria and Chapin’s Hunter Neeley killed a giant alligator in the swamps of Santee on South Carolina’s opening day of 2018. The gator measured 13 feet, 2 inches in length, and weighed 1012 pounds.

    September 11 at 7:12pm

    Chesterfield hunter kills double drop tine trophy buck

    Heath Rayfield of Chesterfield, S.C., nicknamed one buck he saw last year in trail-camera photos “Clusters” because the main beams of his antlers ended sort of in clumps.

    September 10 at 1:44pm

    Stoneville hunter kills 20 point buck in Rockingham County

    On the first day of North Carolina’s archery season, Dylan Martin of Stoneville killed a possible new state record buck with his Ravin R10 crossbow. During the last few minutes of daylight, Martin arrowed a 171 5/8-inch non-typical giant at only 16 yards from his stand. 

    September 10 at 12:03pm

    Cowden Plantation, SCDNR offering deer hunts for veterans

    The S.C. Department of Natural Resources and Cowden Plantation near Jackson, S.C., are offering their thanks and appreciation to our military (active, retired, reserved, disabled) in memory of Spc. Thomas Caughman by hosting two free deer hunts on Nov. 30, 2018, and Dec. 14, 2018.

    September 06 at 8:13pm

    Artists sought for 2019 North Carolina duck stamp competition

    The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission and the Washington Tourism Development Authority are seeking artists for their annual N.C. Waterfowl Conservation Stamp Print competition. 

    September 06 at 8:02pm