• Hunting

    Stephanie Ford killed this trophy the day after her brother killed a big one on opening day. It's the second time in three years the brother-sister duo killed big bucks on back-to-back days.

    Brother-Sister act is tough on trophy bucks

    Fords have a better idea, take two big bow bucks in two days
    September 12 at 3:53pm
    Joey Brunson was familiar with this Clarendon County buck, having let it walk throughout the 2016 deer season. It paid off for the Manning hunter.

    Manning hunter kills 200-pound, 138-inch, opening day buck

    Clarendon County buck had 12-inch tines
    September 12 at 8:47am
    Thanks in part to his Covert Scouting Camera alerting him of this buck's presence, Jack Lloyd killed this trophy in Colleton County, S.C.

    Colleton County hunter kills big 10-point buck

    Trail camera sent photos of buck before hunter was in stand
    September 11 at 4:01pm
    Jake Muehlbach had only one day to kill this buck, thanks to Hurricane Irma, and he made good on the afternoon of opening bow season.

    VIDEO: Chatham County hunter arrows opening day trophy

    Utility lineman was leaving for Florida next day
    September 11 at 2:14pm
    The NCWRC recently confirmed a rare case of rabies in a deceased deer in Cherokee County, NC.

    Rabid deer confirmed in Cherokee County, N.C.

    One of two deceased deer tested positive for the disease
    September 08 at 9:41pm
    Zac Mellott joined his wife in the velvet buck club, then surpassed her a minute later on an Aug. 16 hunt that produced these two trophy bucks.

    North Augusta hunter kills 12-point, 134-inch velvet buck...

    ...and an 8-point buck in full velvet on same hunt
    September 08 at 10:46am
    Caroline Reid killed this velvet buck in Allendale on Aug. 29. The deer weighed 165 pounds and was green scored at 110 inches net.

    Little Mountain huntress kills 10-point velvet buck

    165-pound buck green-scored 110 inches
    September 07 at 3:01am
    North Carolina's hunters must now report big game harvests by phone, online, or at a Wildlife Service Agent location.

    North Carolina hunters must now use real-time harvest reports

    Paper reporting no longer available
    September 05 at 9:55am
    The SCDNR and private landowners are offering free youth deer hunts in December.

    SCDNR and private landowners offering youth deer hunts in Upstate

    Hunts are free, deadline to apply is Sept. 11
    September 04 at 1:35am
    North Carolina hunters killed 4975 deer on North Carolina public game lands during the 2016-17 season.

    Top North Carolina public game lands for deer

    N.C. hunters killed 4975 deer on public lands last season.
    September 04 at 1:06am
    Spencer Evans had to wait a year to kill this buck, but the time was well worth it.

    Horry County archer drills 12-point in velvet

    Buck is hunter's biggest ever with a bow
    September 01 at 11:38pm
    Mobility impaired deer hunters will have an opportunity to attend two Upstate deer hunts this fall, co-sponsored by SCDNR.

    SCDNR holding deer hunts for mobility impaired hunters

    Upstate hunts scheduled for October, November
    September 01 at 10:50am
    Two days before opening day of dove season, the NCWRC closes two public fields until further notice.

    Two dove fields on Bladen Lake State Forest Game Land closed

    NCWRC closed fields due to illegal baiting
    August 31 at 4:03pm
    You'll kill more doves if you follow these tips on selecting the right place to set up your dove stool.

    How to kill more opening day doves

    Follow these tips to reach a quick limit
    August 30 at 10:54pm
    William Johnson killed this 12-point Allendale County trophy on Aug. 21, 2017.

    Bamberg hunter kills 195-pound, 12-point trophy

    Velvet buck green-scored 148 net inches
    August 29 at 9:02pm
    Daphnie Hallman of Fairview killed this big eight-point buck on day two of SC's 2017 hunting season.

    Lexington County huntress kills trophy buck

    Her sister killed a whopper one day earlier
    August 26 at 10:41pm