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*VIDEO* Lowcountry deer hunter meets snake outside ground blind

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Because South Carolina's opening day of deer season happens so much earlier in the year than other states, it gives Palmetto State hunters a unique opportunity to kill a buck in full velvet. But hunters must overcome some negatives that keep some folks inside until the temperature begins to cool down.

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Female hunter kills velvet 8-point in Orangeburg County

Opening day of deer season for a good portion of the Palmetto State was yesterday, and the early start has always given South Carolina hunters a unique opportunity to kill a buck in velvet. And that’s just what Madison Squires of Swansea did, killing an 8-point buck during an evening hunt.

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Yesterday at 11:20 pm
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Night anglers, giggers have many lighting options

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Not all fishing lights are made for gigging, and not all gigging lights are made for use in a boat.

After the sun goes down, baitfish are attracted to any light source they can find. And where the baitfish go, so go the gamefish, so using artificial lights is a good way to catch fish in the dark. Artificial lights are also a good way for anglers to illuminate the sea floor, giving them a look at the creatures they couldn’t see with the naked eye.

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Yesterday at 5:38 pm
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SC deer hunting season opens tomorrow

South Carolina’s deer rifle season opens tomorrow in Game Zone 3, and in Game Zone 4 for archery hunters. By now, all resident hunters that have previously purchased a hunting license and big game permit should have received their deer tags from SCDNR in the mail.

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August 14 at 1:16 pm
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*VIDEO* How to rig cut herring for catfish and striper fishing

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Drifting for catfish and stripers is a popular tactic on many lakes in the Carolinas. This type of fishing allows anglers to cover a lot of ground quiickly, and also gives them access to many different types of bottom structure on each pass.

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August 14 at 7:03 am
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Cobb, Gagliardi, Thrift finish in top 5 of Forrest Wood Cup

Brandon Cobb led the 2017 Forrest Wood Cup after day two on Lake Murray, and he started day three with high hopes of capturing his first Cup victory. It wasn’t in the cards for the young Greenwood, SC angler though, as he managed to catch only four keepers and finished in third place with a total three-day weight of 54-10.

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August 13 at 7:27 pm
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*VIDEO* Greenwood's Brandon Cobb leads 2017 Forrest Wood Cup

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Greenwood, SC's Brandon Cobb leads the 2017 FLW Forrest Wood Cup on Lake Murray. He jumped into the lead with a sack of five keepers that weighed over 19 pounds, his second bag in a row that weighed just shy of 20 pounds. His total weight going into day three is 39 pounds.

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August 12 at 8:56 pm
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Avoid a plastic disaster

Many years ago, anglers had to be careful about putting soft-plastic lures directly into their tackle box trays. It didn’t take long for the lures and trays to melt and create a big, gooey mess. It was tackle-box companies that fixed the problem, developing “worm-proof” trays that prevented melting, a big relief to anglers.

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August 12 at 9:00 am
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