• Hunting

    You must apply online by 11:59 p.m. to be considered for an alligator tag for South Carolina's 2017 season.

    Today is last day to apply for South Carolina alligator tags

    Online application can be submitted until 11:59 p.m. tonight
    June 14 at 8:22pm
    Two Ridgeland, S.C. men have been charged with harassing an alligator after posting photos of their interaction on social media.

    Two S.C. men charged with harassment of alligator

    Charge carries maximum $300 fine
    May 26 at 9:23pm
    The 2016 S.C. deer harvest dropped 11 percent from the previous year.

    SC deer harvest is off 11 percent

    Hunters took 172,315 deer in 2016
    May 23 at 5:02pm
    The NCWRC is seeking public input on whitetail deer management from North Carolina hunters.

    North Carolina hunters asked to give input on deer management

    NCWRC holding nine forums to discuss future deer regulations
    May 15 at 4:35pm
    The NCWRC is seeking public input on establishing an alligator management plan for the state of North Carolina.

    NCWRC holding public forums to discuss alligator management plan

    Commission seeking public comment at forums and online
    May 10 at 2:47pm
    It's never too early to make the fall deer hunting season a success.

    Three summer tips for deer success

    Add new paths and trail cameras; hunt hogs, coyotes to stay sharp
    May 09 at 1:24pm
    Waterfowlers can plan their North Carolina hunting trips now, thanks to the NCWRC releasing the 2017 waterfowl season dates and limits.

    North Carolina's 2017 waterfowl seasons have been set

    Some waterfowl bag limits have changed
    May 05 at 12:05pm
    Thanks to a new bill, young outdoorsmen with terminal or life-threatening illnesses no longer need a license to hunt or fish in S.C.

    South Carolina youth with terminal illnesses no longer need hunting or fishing license

    Outdoor Dream Foundation, others help sick kids hunt, catch fish
    May 04 at 9:52pm
    So far this year, the Carolina Poison Center has received more than the average number of snake bite calls.

    Snake bites on the rise throughout the Carolinas

    Carolinas Poison Center's April snake bite calls quadrupled over 2016
    May 02 at 8:25pm
    Gray Stone Day School and North Stanly Middle School teams won big at the 2017 Youth Hunter Education Skills Tournament.

    Two Stanly County schools win big at Youth Hunter Education Skills Tournament

    Gray Stone Day School, North Stanly Middle win Senior, Junior divisions
    May 02 at 12:09pm
    North Carolina's deer numbers are down from previous years, but that didn't stop Brooke Throckmorton from bagging this trophy last year.

    N.C. deer harvest is off 7.8 percent

    Lower harvest is across the entire state
    May 02 at 9:31am
    Weston English had a great turkey hunt on May 1, and a big gobbler isn't the only thing he left the woods with.

    Bennettsville turkey hunter nabs big turkey, and a bonus

    Quick hunt results in more than just a big gobbler
    May 01 at 9:55pm
    It's time to apply for your South Carolina public and WMA alligator hunting tags.

    S.C. alligator hunting applications available beginning May 1

    It's time to apply for your public and WMA alligator hunting tags
    April 30 at 7:52pm
    The Youth Hunter Education Skills Tournament includes archery, shooting, responsibility, and orienteering.

    NCWRC to host 40th pre-collegiate shooting sports championship this month

    Tournament covers shooting, hunter responsibility, compass orienteering
    April 20 at 8:24pm
    This big gator was an unwelcome visitor at a golf course home in Mt. Pleasant, S.C. last week.

    Alligator bulls way through screen door, relaxes on 2nd-story porch

    Mt. Pleasant family alarmed by what they thought was human intruder
    April 19 at 10:40am