• Deer Hunting

    Steve Rodger killed this brute on 2017's opening day in South Carolina's Lowcountry.

    Lowcountry hunter bags 160-class buck in velvet

    11-point brute weighed 232 pounds
    August 16 at 5:42pm
    Madison Squires had a successful opening day of 2017, killing her first velvet buck during an evening hunt in Orangeburg County.

    Female hunter kills velvet 8-point in Orangeburg County

    Buck was her first opening day kill, first velvet deer
    August 15 at 11:20pm
    Some preseason archery practice should be done from an elevated platform to  mimic an actual hunting situation from a tree stand well off the ground.

    Make sure it shoots straight!

    Check your weapon’s accuracy before season
    August 15 at 7:00am
    Hunters of all levels are encouraged to attend any of four free deer hunting and processing seminars during September.

    Free deer hunting and processing seminars offered in Raleigh, Fayetteville in September

    Hunters of all levels are encouraged to attend
    August 14 at 9:28pm
    Olivia Pace killed these two deer in August of 2015, capitalizing on the opportunity to kill a buck in velvet (and one without).

    SC deer hunting season opens tomorrow

    All deer must be tagged at point of kill
    August 14 at 1:16pm
    Have you received your deer tags for the 2017 South Carolina hunting season yet?

    Have you received your 2017 South Carolina deer tags yet?

    Every deer killed in SC needs to be tagged
    August 08 at 1:25pm
    Keep vegetation and trees around the perimeter of food plots cut to a reasonable, vertical height, so that plenty of sunlight can reach the plants and start photosynthesis.

    Let the sun shine in

    Photosynthesis can help food plots grow better
    August 05 at 9:00am
    Deer me, what’s the upcoming deer season look like in the Carolinas?

    Oh, deer! - 2017 North Carolina/South Carolina deer forecast

    What does the 2017-18 season hold for hunters in the Carolinas? Plenty of unknowns for North Carolina hunters and plenty of changes for South Carolina hunters.
    August 01 at 7:00am
    Dozens of public hunts are available on heavily managed game lands across both Carolinas.

    Lottery deer hunts offer premium hunting experience

    Lands are extensively managed for game hunting
    July 14 at 2:45pm