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This Richmond County hunter loves his “bad luck buck.” The bad luck buck - A day of horrible luck turns out to be the best of one Richmond County hunter’s career
22 Views - Posted: November 1 at 7:00 am

A hunter may have everything in his favor — especially during November’s deer rut — and still not put venison in his cooler or a big rack on his wall.


Bucks will be chasing does in the weeks leading up to the peak of the rut, but as the peak approaches, they’ll spend more time with receptive does. Get into a rut this November
28 Views - Posted: November 1 at 7:00 am

If North Carolina hunters could change a season by picking a month to extend longer than usual, it’d be November and deer season.


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3 Views - Posted: November 1 at 7:00 am

For the past 10 years, Rockingham County has been producing trophy bucks like this one killed last fall by Zach Satterfield. Find out how this northern Piedmont county suddenly became the buckle on North Carolina's trophy belt.


Zach Satterfield killed this great Rockingham County buck last fall during blackpowder season. It was just one of many trophies killed in the northern Piedmont county last season. Head for the Rock - Why has Rockingham County become North Carolina’s No. 1 county for trophy bucks? Who knows?
26 Views - Posted: November 1 at 7:00 am

Where did all these big bucks come from?


Snap Lock Hunting Blinds Snap Lock Hunting Blinds
20 Views - Posted: November 1 at 7:00 am

The Snap Lock Hunting Blind by Formex is a revolutionary twin sheet plastic blind that weighs less than 100 pounds and can be assembled in less than 15 minutes. A 6-foot 6-inch high ceiling and a full size door allow for easy movement within the blind as well as easy access. The twin sheet technology also provides an insulation factor that cools in the summer and heats in the winter. The blind is available in a single man 4’X4’ version as well as a dual person 4’X6’.


ArcticShield Performance ArcticShield Performance
8 Views - Posted: November 1 at 7:00 am

Remain warm and comfortable with the ArcticShield Performance Fit Jacket and Bib from Onyx. Both are loaded with pockets to make it easy to store your gear and keep it close at hand while pursuing game. The bib features 24-inch zippered leg gussets with double storm flap with snaps and hook and loop adjustment at leg cuff to cinch up to keep moisture out. The jacket features underarm pit zips that allow for venting should the weather turn warmer and a removable adjustable hood.


Buck Commander Nano Series Buck Commander Nano Series
7 Views - Posted: November 1 at 7:00 am

The Buck Commander Nano Series from Wildgame Innovations is the market’s most compact and advanced trail cameras. Their small size allows for ultimate concealment when scouting prey and the 1-second rapid trigger speed catches movement in the blink of an eye. All Nano Series trail cameras come standard with a wide-angle setting so you can view more land and capture more activity and all images are stored in HD format at 720p.


The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission voted not to relax regulations concerning the management of deer farms as far as elk or whitetail deer are concerned, but it will allow expansion of farms where other species, including red deer (above), axis deer and fallow deer, can be raised. Commission votes to continue restrictions on farm raised elk, whitetails
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The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission slowed a concerted push to create more deer pens in North Carolina at its regular monthly meeting on Thursday in Raleigh, voting to allow new farms to be built for axis, fallow and red deer – but not for whitetail deer and elk.


The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission will vote Thursday on a proposal that might ease restrictions on rules managing penned-in deer and add to the chances of North Carolina's deer herd being infected with Chronic Wasting Disease. Commission faced with big decision Thursday on state's deer farms
1675 Views - Posted: October 28 at 8:28 pm

The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission will meet today and on Thursday morning in Raleigh to discuss a number of issues involving fish and wildlife in the state, but none is likely to be bigger than a proposal that would increase the number of deer farms.


Harness available technology and plenty of scouting before and during deer season can be done without setting foot in the woods and leaving any human scent. Link up to technology and make your deer scouting a remote venture
695 Views - Posted: October 22 at 9:24 am

Hunting has definitely entered the 21st century, with range-finding rifle scopes, night-vision binoculars for predator and hog hunting, and apps for our smartphones that tell us exactly when the sun rises and sets. With new technology comes new ways to scout off-site, preventing you from putting down any scent that might disturb the deer you’re targeting.


U.S. Army Sgt. Cody Harris of the 82nd Airborne arrowed this great buck at Fort Bragg. Fort Bragg spits out great archery buck for 82nd Airborne soldier
4636 Views - Posted: October 16 at 7:36 am

It’s not often a hunter’s first deer is a trophy animal. It’s even rarer to take a Pope and Young Club buck as a first bow kill. But Sgt. Cody Harris did his homework – and the needed work – and reaped a nice reward Sept. 14 at Fort Bragg.


The hunting clothes that Debbie Hall wore when she killed this Stokes County 8-point buck wouldn’t have been available for women 15 years ago. Dressed to the nines, finally
381 Views - Posted: October 15 at 7:00 am

Katrina Arpin remembers what it was like to get dressed to go hunting 15 years ago, when she got her start in the wilds of Minnesota.


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