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    SCDNR biologist Richard Morton scoring a whitetail deer at the 2016 Palmetto Sportsmen's Classic

    SCDNR holding numerous deer scoring sessions in March

    Sessions will be held in all regions of SC
    February 21 at 4:31pm
    The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office found the body of 46-year-old Lonnie East IV, who drowned near Cypress Gardens Boat Ramp Sunday morning.

    Goose Creek angler drowns

    Berkeley County Sheriff's Office recovered body Sunday afternoon
    February 19 at 10:07am
    A former bank building in Bryson City is the new home of the Fly Fishing Museum of the Southern Appalachians.

    Fly-fishing museum gets a new life

    Swain County, Bryson City welcome history exhibits
    February 19 at 9:00am
    Mercury's new outboard lineup was awarded the 2018 NMMA Innovation Award during last week's Miami International Boat Show.

    Breaking news: Mercury Marine launches new V-6 FourStroke outboards

    Radical design makes bold statement
    February 17 at 12:59pm
    Angler Wyn Mullins believes that February might be the best time to catch a huge, prespawn bass on the Santee Cooper lakes, Marion or Moultrie.

    February is big-bass time

    Santee Cooper’s lunkers are making their move
    February 16 at 9:00am
    The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission’s decision to replace striped bass with hybrid bass in Lake Norman has paid off for guide Bob Curan.

    Tagged hybrid program continues

    February 15 at 7:00am
    Monofilament and fluorocarbon lines each have their supporters, based on different tasks that the two lines perform better.

    Fluoro vs. Mono. Who wins?

    February 15 at 7:00am
    Stewart Venable’s best fishing day on a river came during the winter of 2016, after he pulled into the mouth of a tributary creek on the Catawba River to eat lunch and saw bait flipping.

    February’s Best Bets

    February 15 at 7:00am
    Kokatat Drysuits

    New gear reviews

    February 15 at 7:00am
    Packs of beagles have to work faster and cover more ground to flush rabbits living in cutovers and give hunters the chance for a shot.

    As cutovers grow, slow packs fade

    February 15 at 7:00am
    Rabbit numbers in the Carolinas rise and fall in cycles; predators aren’t a big factor; it’s habitat.

    Rabbits by the numbers

    February 15 at 7:00am
    Hunting released quail on a preserve can offer hunters a chance to relive a time 50 years ago when bobwhite was king in the Southeast.

    A guide’s recommendations

    February 15 at 7:00am