The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission and the N.C. Alligator Task Force, established by resolution of the Commission, are holding six public forums in June to present a draft of the N.C. Alligator Management Plan and receive public input on the plan.
While it’s still too early to put your crosshairs on a deer, you can help improve your 2017 hunting season beginning this month. And it even includes pulling the trigger of your deer rifle on a live animal —the best way to keep yourself in deer-hunting shape.
Over the past few years, a lesser-known agriculture seed choice has appeared as a better option for reviving poor sites for farmers across the Deep South. Hunters looking for a more successful option for increasing soil fertility and creating a high-protein fuel source should consider planting sunn hemp this spring in food plots.
Gov. Henry McMaster signed a bill into effect Wednesday authorizing the director of the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) to waive hunting and fishing license fees for anyone under the age of 21 who has been diagnosed with a terminal or life-threatening illness or injury. The person must also be sponsored by the Outdoor Dream Foundation in order to qualify for the waived fees.
The Carolinas Poison Center in Charlotte averages about 500 calls annually about snake bites each year. But they expect that number to be higher this year, thanks to an unusually high number of calls during April.
For outdoorsmen, nothing beats getting outside for a fishing or hunting trip and having everything come together like it was meant to be. Unfortunately, it doesn’t happen that often for most of us. That’s what makes those incredibly good days so satisfying.
Beginning May 1st, the S.C. Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) will begin accepting online applications for the 2017 Public Alligator Hunting season and the 2017 Wildlife Management Area (WMA) Alligator Hunting Season.