• Carolina Hunting

    Trophy buck completes Granville County hunter's best season ever

    When Marc Cavanaugh of Granville County, N.C. was getting ready for the 2017 deer hunting season, he placed two trophy bucks on his target list. And what a season he had, killing both of his intended goals, making it his best season ever.

    January 08 at 9:54pm

    Maintain green fields for deer

    For the past four months, hunters have taken thousands of photos and sat for hundreds of hours in deer stands in hopes of taking after a trophy deer to peg on the wall. 

    January 05 at 9:00am

    Iredell County hunter kills trophy buck on chilly morning

    For Jacob Miles of Statesville, N.C., a chilly December morning brought him the perfect conditions and the biggest buck of his life, a 159-inch mainframe 9-pointer. For years, Miles has hunted Iredell County always hoping for a big buck to show up on his stand and just after the opening day of the N.C.’s Northwestern Deer Archery Season, the massive buck appeared. 

    January 05 at 2:01am

    Win money and prizes in fifth annual Carolina Coyote Classic

    For the fifth consecutive year, 704 Outdoors will be holding their annual Carolina Coyote Classic next month. The tournament will begin on Feb. 9 and end on Feb. 11. And this year’s event will be the biggest one yet.

    January 04 at 10:08pm

    Blind hunter kills deer with help of technology, good friend

    Michael Edmonds of Inman, S.C. lost his sight during an industrial accident about four years ago, and with the loss of his sight, he thought his hunting days were over. But on Dec. 22, he killed a trophy while hunting with a friend with some specialized equipment.

    January 04 at 4:05am

    Six year quest ends with trophy buck for Upstate, SC hunter

    On the cold morning of Dec. 29, Easley hunter Bryan Crocker ended a six-year pursuit, finally killing a big buck he and his hunting pals had nicknamed “Chippewa” in eastern Greenville County S.C.  

    January 03 at 5:15am

    Something to crow about

    A lot of people ask me, “Why would anybody hunt crows?” I usually answer. “It’s fun.” Hunting crows is a great way to polish your wing-shooting skills for duck or dove season, and it is pure fun. 

    January 01 at 7:00am

    See about sea ducks - Waters off Georgetown, S.C., fill up with sea ducks in January

    Most South Carolina waterfowl hunters cut their teeth chasing wood ducks in century-old cypress sloughs or maybe a gaggle of greenheads in acres of flooded grain, but available duck-hunting opportunities are now in high demand. Lease fees and land prices continue to rise, and premiere waterfowl grounds under public control are steadily becoming overcrowded.  

    January 01 at 7:00am

    Late is great - North Carolina’s big-water ducks

    The last leg of the North Carolina’s duck season is here, promising what is likely the heaviest month of duck activity. Although many birds have already been schooled by barking shotguns, a savvy hunter can still bring them down, and there’s no better place to fill a limit with a variety of ducks than the Pamlico Sound and the southern Outer Banks.

    January 01 at 7:00am

    Stem the furry flood - Watch the wind, change calls and carry the right equipment when targeting coyotes

    Some North Carolina hunters believe a mature whitetail buck is the most difficult game animal to hunt. Others think a wild turkey gobbler is a tougher challenge.

    January 01 at 7:00am