• Hunting

    Heath Rayfield poses with the 142 1/2-inch double drop tine buck he killed in Chester County

    Chesterfield hunter kills double drop tine trophy buck

    Drop tine buck measures 142 1/2 inches
    September 10 at 1:44pm
    Dylan Martin killed this Rockingham County buck on the first day of North Carolina's 2018 archery season. The non-typical may become the new NC bowhunting state record.

    Stoneville hunter kills 20 point buck in Rockingham County

    Non typical buck may break NC state crossbow nontypical record
    September 10 at 12:03pm
    Cowden Plantation and the SCDNR are teaming up once again to offer deer hunts to veterans in honor of Spc. Thomas Caughman, who was killed in Iraq in 2004.

    Cowden Plantation, SCDNR offering deer hunts for veterans

    Annual hunt is in honor of late Spc. Thomas Caughman
    September 06 at 8:13pm
    Artists are being sought for North Carolina's 2019 duck stamp competition. The winner will receive $7000.

    Artists sought for 2019 North Carolina duck stamp competition

    Winner will receive $7000
    September 06 at 8:02pm
    Michael (left) was sitting in the stand with 12-year-old Nate (right) Humphrey when the youth hunter downed this 8-point buck in Orangeburg County, SC on Aug. 11, 2018.

    Lowcountry youth hunter bags full-velvet 8-point buck

    Twelve-year-old takes advantage of SC's Youth Hunting Day
    September 05 at 3:43pm
    Approved landowners will receive up to five wood duck boxes along with predator shields.

    Free wood duck boxes available to private land owners

    Boxes are provided by SCDNR and Ducks Unlimited
    September 04 at 9:32pm
    The new R. Wayne Bailey-Caswell Shooting Range is free to the public, and was built with Pittman-Robertson funds and license sales receipts.

    New archery range opens in Caswell County

    Free public range features 3D targets, is ADA-accessible
    September 04 at 9:08pm
    Charter Captain Chip Veach came up from Florida to kill this South Carolina brute on Aug. 23, 2018.

    Charter captain tags great Bamberg County, SC buck

    11-point velvet buck weighed 242 pounds
    September 03 at 11:57am
    Zachary Dinkins of Gilbert, SC killed this big buck on South Carolina's 2018 opening day of deer season.

    Lexington County hunter bags 140-inch opening day trophy

    Buck weighed 224 pounds
    August 21 at 3:23pm
    The NCWRC and the NCWF are holding eight free deer hunting and processing seminars in September and October.

    Free deer hunting, processing seminars offered in Raleigh and Fayetteville

    Seminars are geared toward new and inexperienced hunters
    August 20 at 8:21pm
    Jay Garner won the 2017-18 Carolina Sportsman Bag-A-Buck contest's grand prize, and the contest is back for the 2018-19 season.

    Bag-A-Buck contest returns for 2018-19 season

    Four monthly winners, plus a grand prize winner will be named
    August 09 at 10:01pm
    South Carolina's laws on importing deer and other cervid parts harvested out-of-state are intended to help stop the spread of Chronic Wasting Disease.

    Know these laws before importing deer, elk parts from outside of SC

    Hunting outside of South Carolina? Know these laws
    August 09 at 9:41pm
    North Carolina's rules on importing parts of deer and other cervids harvested outside of NC are intended to prevent the spread of Chronic Wasting Disease.

    Hunting out of state? Make sure you follow these rules on importing deer parts

    Laws are intended to keep Chronic Wasting Disease out of NC
    August 09 at 9:13pm
    The Lone Star tick infects victims with a life-changing disease, and it's becoming more prevalent in the Carolinas.

    Lone Star tick bite infects Rock Hill man with Alpha Gal disease

    Disease causes serious allergic reactions to meat and meat byproducts
    August 07 at 8:05pm
    The NCWRC has released the 2018-19 Fishing, Hunting and Trapping regulations digest.

    North Carolina's 2018-19 Fishing, Hunting regulations now available

    New regulations booklet has some significant changes from last year
    August 02 at 1:31pm
    The Longhorned tick, sometimes called the East Asian tick, was discovered in NC for the first time in July, 2018 in Polk County.

    Longhorned tick found in North Carolina

    Exotic tick inflicts intense bites, serious animal infestations
    July 31 at 4:11pm