• Carolina Hunting

    Hunter kills 10-point, 140-class buck in Cherokee County

    Dylan Rogers thought he missed this big buck when the deer didn't react to his first shot, but he realized later that he didn't miss at all.

    Loris hunter kills 14-point trophy buck during Thanksgiving holiday

    Jamin Floyd, a senior business major at Clemson University, went home for Thanksgiving holiday to be with his family and to do a little deer hunting. Never did he expect to take a 14-point buck while there.

    December 05 at 9:13pm

    Person County hunter kills 10-point, 160-class buck

    When it comes to deer hunting, Mike Davis would rather be at Person County.

    December 05 at 8:42pm

    Do your part to keep CWD out of North Carolina

    As chronic wasting disease (CWD) cases sprout up around the country, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission reminds hunters who travel beyond state lines to follow importing regulations before returning home.

    December 04 at 9:48pm

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    The end of the season is in sight, so it's time to pull out all the stops to tag out on that trophy buck.

    December 01 at 7:00am

    Want deer? Find the food

    As the holiday season arrives, most hunters are satisfied with a freezer full of enough tasty venison to last until the 2017 opener. But some hunters holding out for a wall-hanger and passing on immature bucks are beginning to lose confidence that a trophy will show up within range of their weapon of choice. 

    December 01 at 7:00am

    A sweet swan song - The tundra swan sings a sweet song for North Carolina waterfowl hunters

    After pulling on their chest waders at 6 a.m., six hunters left a comfortable cabin and drove to a nearby wheat field to set a spread of over-sized shell and windsock decoys in the soft, black soil near Pantego, N.C. The “weep-weep” sound of a young swan soon turned their faces skyward.

    December 01 at 7:00am

    Don’t give up yet - Use food to your advantage to target late-second North Carolina bucks

    Ninety-five percent of North Carolina hunters agree that bagging a whitetail with a sizeable rack is more difficult during December than any other month.

    Several reasons exist for this condition: 

    December 01 at 7:00am

    December deer do’s and don’ts in the Carolinas

    Late-season deer hunting in the Carolinas is not for everyone, just those addicted to hunting whitetails. December can be the most-challenging time of the season, but hunters looking for the chance to fill a tag still have opportunities — and some advantages.

    December 01 at 7:00am

    Ravin R9 Crossbow

    The new R9 Crossbow from Ravin delivers rifle-like accuracy, handling and killing power. Powered by Helicoil technology, this revolutionary crossbow delivers unprecedented downrange accuracy. Prototype and initial production bows regularly hold six-arrow groups at three inches or less at 100 yards. With an axle-to-axle measurement of a mere 6 inches at full draw, the Ravin Crossbow is significantly smaller and narrower than any crossbow on the market.

    December 01 at 7:00am

    Sportsman performance shirts

    The Sportsman Store has upgraded their performance shirt line-up with two new fall offerings — the Responder and the Equinox. The Responder is a shirt you’ll never want to take off. It’s made with a smart fabric that dials into your body temperature, keeping you warm and comfortable when it’s cool out but never sticky and sweaty while walking to the duck blind or deer stand. The Responder is available in the Camo logo, Mallard, Big Rack and new Sportsman logo. The Equinox is truly a versatile shirt with fast absorption and quick-drying qualities for when you need it. The slightly brushed lightweight fabric also adds a bit of warmth and softness. This great-looking shirt has natural stretch and plenty of room for ease of movement in the field or on the water.

    December 01 at 7:00am