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Person County hunter kills 10-point, 160-class buck

When it comes to deer hunting, Mike Davis would rather be at Person County.

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Yesterday at 8:42 pm
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Don’t give up yet - Use food to your advantage to target late-second North Carolina bucks

Ninety-five percent of North Carolina hunters agree that bagging a whitetail with a sizeable rack is more difficult during December than any other month.

Several reasons exist for this condition: 

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December 01 at 7:00 am
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How to set up a kite rig for kings

Setting up a boat to fish for king mackerel with kites isn’t complicated.

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November 15 at 6:00 am
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Does the moon trigger the whitetail rut?

It’s an age-old, chicken-and-egg question with an answer that seems important because it’s generally accepted by old-time hunters. But likely it’s meaningless.

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November 15 at 6:00 am
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Columbus County hunter bags 13-point trophy buck

Counties in southeastern North Carolina haven’t had much of a history of producing trophy whitetail bucks, despite being mostly rural, with near-perfect habitat for deer.

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November 10 at 12:19 am
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Kings on a string

The nearshore waters off North Carolina’s coast have always been good places to hunt for big king mackerel, especially from mid-October to mid-November, and slow-trolling has been the traditional technique, using relatively light tackle to drag live baits like menhaden at or just below the surface.

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November 01 at 7:00 am
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The rule of the rut

Few hunting secrets exist today for whitetail seekers, especially during the rut or mating season. 

There’s little dispute across the majority of North Carolina that these magical weeks begin near the end of October and extend through the first three weeks of November.

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November 01 at 7:00 am
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Vance County hunt results in possible Boone and Crockett Club buck

Chester Townes of Middleburg, N.C. can thank intuition that pushed him toward the road less traveled on Oct. 15, the first day of gun season for deer in eastern North Carolina. That’s when he killed a huge buck that’s almost certain to qualify for the Boone and Crockett Club’s all-time record book.

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October 31 at 11:34 am
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