|Summer brood survey has bad, bad news for North Carolina turkey hunters
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The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission’s annual wild turkey summer brood survey has some really bad news for turkey hunters: poult survival this past summer matched an all-time low.
|Liberty schoolgirl kills huge Granville County 8-pointer
1272 Views - Posted: Yesterday at 6:00 am
It’s not often a 10-year-old downs a magnum whitetail buck, but it was just another deer in a string that stretches back to when Kinley Ferguson was five.
14 Views - Posted: December 01 at 6:00 am
Rockingham County has become North Carolina's No. 1 destination for trophy bucks in recent years, as this 10-pointer killed by Eric League illustrates.
|Never Too Late -Tips for late-season deer hunting
82 Views - Posted: December 01 at 6:00 am
North Carolina’s whitetail numbers have remained steady the past four or five years, it’s clear the majority of antlered deer are still being killed in October and November.
|Swan song - How to call up a tundra swan
20 Views - Posted: December 01 at 6:00 am
The urge to look up was overwhelming, especially for the youngsters crouched in the small drainage ditch separating two wheat fields near Pungo Lake and the Pocosin Lakes Wildlife Refuge in Washington County. The whistling honk of tundra swans filled the air as flocks of the large, white birds circled the area deciding which field looked better for breakfast.
|Dove Dusting - Cold-weather dove hunting can be some of the best North Carolina hunters can experience
22 Views - Posted: December 01 at 6:00 am
Long underwear: check.
|Browning A5 shotgun
17 Views - Posted: December 01 at 6:00 am
Browning has introduced the A5 shotgun with a 3 ½-inch chamber. Five A5 models deliver tight, consistent shot patterns, have a recoil-operated Kinematic Drive system that allows them to cycle a wide range of loads and contain an Inflex II recoil pad to reduce felt recoil. The A5 in Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Blades, A5 in Realtree Max-4, A5 in Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity, A5 Stalker and A5 Hunter are available with 26, 28 and 30-inch barrel lengths.
|Roasted Corn Freaks
26 Views - Posted: December 01 at 6:00 am
Everyone knows that corn is a widely used deer attractant, so Evolved Habitats went a step further and created Roasted Corn Freaks, an innovative attractant packed with twice the protein and three times the fat of plain old corn. Roasted Corn Freaks provides superior nutrition while maintaining an intense aroma and taste that keeps deer coming back for more.
|Swamp Series Camo Knee Boots
9 Views - Posted: December 01 at 6:00 am
Gator Outfitters has two styles of athletic rubber boots that provide grip and stability in tough terrain, waterproof protection and a comfortable fit. The insulated Swamp Series Camo Knee Boots were designed for the hunter that wants to keep his feet dry and warm during those cold and wet trips to the deer stand, while the uninsulated version was designed for comfort on warm early season hunts and to easily shed off mud and muck.
|Spent Shells Along The Atlantic
20 Views - Posted: December 01 at 6:00 am
A must-read for duck hunters everywhere, “Spent Shells Along The Atlantic” by Tom S. Long is a colorful look at the beloved and exciting sport of waterfowl hunting. This 230-page book is beautifully packaged and full of photos from modern and old-time hunts. The author shares incredible stories of market gunners during the golden era of waterfowling, as well as great hunts enjoyed by modern waterfowl enthusiasts.
|Prospect Hill woman ends dry spell with big 10-point buck on Veterans Day
1115 Views - Posted: November 27 at 1:36 pm
Hair-stylist Tammy Tatum of Prospect Hill in Caswell County has been getting gussied up and ready to hunt, but she’d gone 15 years without killing a buck until she dropped a big 10-pointer on Nov. 11.
|Stokes County buck is new No. 1 North Carolina archery trophy
13320 Views - Posted: November 21 at 12:20 pm
North Carolina has a new state-record archery deer, all because Tim Watkins’ plan came together when he arrowed a huge buck Sept. 18 in Stokes County.
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