• Carolina Hunting

    Time to lock up leases

    The days for sitting in an elevated perch overlooking a green garden of tasty treats or a highly-traveled bottleneck will soon be a normal afternoon delight for outdoorsmen in the Carolinas. Deer season is just a few months away, with even less time available for preparation to make that opening week one for the books. 

    June 05 at 9:00am

    Massey Ferguson 5700 Series

    Introducing the Massey Ferguson 5700 Series – A mid-range tractor with high-end written all over it. When it comes to mid-range tractors, you’ll be hard-pressed to find another brand with more years of experience, working in more crops and conditions, in more places around the world, than Massey Ferguson. And every bit of that experience went into the creation of our brand new 5700 Series. Stylish on the outside, comfortable on the inside and premium from top to bottom. Offering unmatched visibility with our steep-angle hood design, unparalleled versatility to handle any attachment and the high performance you’re looking for, all in a smaller 110-130 HP package.

    June 01 at 7:00am

    Two S.C. men charged with harassment of alligator

    Two South Carolina men are being charged for the harassment of an alligator after photos were posted online showing the men pouring beer into the juvenile reptile’s mouth. South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) law enforcement officers began investigating the case after the agency received multiple emails and messages from the public on May 25.

    May 26 at 9:23pm

    SC deer harvest is off 11 percent

    Deer hunters continued to find fewer whitetails in the woods and fields of the Palmetto State last fall, if the recent Deer Harvest Survey released by the S.C. Department of Natural Resources is any indication. The 2016 harvest was off 11 percent from 2015, down to 172,315.

    May 23 at 5:02pm

    Get things stabilized

    When I first started shooting a compound bow almost 30 years ago, many archers shot without a stabilizer. Bows were generally longer and heavier, and they didn’t generate nearly the torque and power of today’s bows.

    May 22 at 9:00am

    North Carolina hunters asked to give input on deer management

    The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission will conduct nine interactive public forums across the state to solicit input regarding white-tailed deer management, including potential changes to seasons and bag limits. All forums will begin at 7 p.m.

    May 15 at 4:35pm

    Stay dynamic with new mineral supplements

    Spring is a perfect time to rejuvenate mineral supplement sites, because does are lactating, feeding newborn fawns, and bucks are growing their latest set of battle gear. Existing mineral stations that receive heavy usage should be maintained and grounded in the same places from year after year. But for landowners picking out new sites or landowners beginning a mineral-supplementation program, obvious places might not get usage as expected. For best results, mineral sites should be tested with small contributions before pouring the foundation.

    May 15 at 7:00am

    NCWRC holding public forums to discuss alligator management plan

    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.

    May 10 at 2:47pm

    Three summer tips for deer success

    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.

    May 09 at 1:24pm

    North Carolina's 2017 waterfowl seasons have been set

    The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission set migratory bird and waterfowl seasons at its late-April meeting in Raleigh, with a few notable changes in bag limits for waterfowl.

    May 05 at 12:05pm