• Hunting

    After losing his previous hunting lease, Alec Kearns of Granville County, N.C. found another one, then quickly killed this trophy buck on his second time hunting the property.

    10-point monster goes down to Granville County muzzleloader

    Buck's rack measured 145 inches
    4 hours ago
    Ira Edge of Laurel Hill, N.C. killed this big buck on his family's farm in Scotland County on Nov. 1, 2018.

    148-inch buck goes down in Scotland County

    Elusive buck had 19.5-inch inside spread
    Yesterday at 6:34pm
    Dale Morgan of Angier, N.C. killed this big buck a couple of days after missing another one in Harnett County, N.C.

    11-point, 150-class buck goes down to Angier hunter

    Hunter had missed a nice buck two days earlier
    Yesterday at 6:25pm
    South Carolina's 2018 turkey harvest was down 6.4 percent from 2017.

    South Carolina turkey harvest down 6.4 percent in 2018 spring season

    Williamsburg, Union counties are tops in Palmetto State
    Yesterday at 5:35pm
    Jeremy Howard of Lillington, N.C. killed this trophy buck during a hunt at Cherokee Run Hunting Lodge in Chesterfield County, S.C. on Nov. 8, 2018.

    Cherokee Run's biggest buck ever is taken by Lillington, N.C. hunter

    10-point buck green-scored over 149 inches
    Yesterday at 5:03pm
    Kristin Montgomery of Greensboro, N.C. won the October Bag-a-Buck contest with this buck that she killed while bowhunting on Oct. 30, 2018.

    Huntress arrows big buck, wins October Bag-a-Buck contest

    She laid claim to buck when it appeared on trail-camera in October
    Yesterday at 2:51pm
    The Hunter Safety Systems harness was designed after a close call involving a collapsed deer stand.

    Be safe with a system

    November 15 at 6:00am
    Some cover and a comfortable spot to sit can turn into an excellent place for a ground blind for bow or gun.

    Minimize exposure on ground level

    November 15 at 6:00am
    Laurel League, 9-year-old, was hunting with her granddad on Nov. 10 when she killed this 140-class buck.

    Young sisters bag trophy bucks on consecutive days

    Big sister bags 8-pointer, little sister kills 10-pointer
    November 14 at 10:38pm
    Robert Clark killed this 130-class buck in Laurinburg County while bowhunting on Oct. 26, 2018.

    130-class buck goes down to Laurinburg bowhunter

    Heavy dosage of sweet potatoes kept the buck around
    November 14 at 9:26pm
    After learning this bear's daily routine through scouting efforts, Randall Collins killed this 325+ pound bear in Rockingham County on Nov. 10, 2018.

    Rockingham County hunter downs 325+ pound bear

    Hunter patterned the bear, was waiting for it on opening day
    November 14 at 8:30pm
    McLaurin Quick of Bennettsville, S.C. killed this big buck before he even started hunting on Nov. 8, 2018.

    18-point buck goes down before the hunt even started

    Mainframe 8-pointer had lots of stickers and kickers
    November 13 at 10:34pm
    Kannapolis, N.C.'s Branson Clement, 16-years-old, killed this 10-point, 150-class buck in Chesterfield County, S.C. on Oct. 27, 2018.

    Youth hunter scores big trophy 10-point buck

    Buck's 150-inch rack was almost perfectly symmetrical
    November 13 at 6:15pm
    Fatback Sellers poses with the 145-inch buck he killed in Chesterfield County after getting in the stand early at his brother's urging.

    Early trip to deer stand produces 145-inch trophy buck for Patrick hunter

    His brother urged him to hunt early and it paid off
    November 12 at 10:51pm
    Mark Tinsley shot this buck on Sept. 11, then again on Nov. 4 when he finally killed it. He found his first bullet while caping the deer.

    Allendale hunter shoots same 150-class buck twice in span of 7 weeks

    He found the first bullet when caping the deer
    November 12 at 9:52pm