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Tailrace stripers make Wateree River a hot fall spot

When most anglers think of the Wateree River in South Carolina, they think of catfish, but it’s also a great place for striper fishing, whether you’re casting topwater lures in the tailrace of the Lake Wateree Dam or soaking cut bait closer to the headwaters of Lake Marion. 

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VIDEO: How to revive a sluggish redfish

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It's bull redfish time across the Carolinas. Anglers are catching them from the piers, the beaches, and while fishing from boats. While some anglers target these trophy fish this time of year, others catch them while going after slot-sized fish. Anglers fishing for sharks also hook a bull redfish from time to time.

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October 13 at 10:04 pm
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Try a baitcasting outfit

For serious inshore anglers across the Carolinas, spinning gear is king. Search a dozen boats pulling into any coastal ramp in either state, and you’d be hard pressed to find a baitcasting outfit. But that’s not true in other parts of the country.

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October 12 at 9:00 am
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220-pound, 8-point buck ends string of bad luck for S.C. huntress

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Jon Schutte had a proud moment in the outdoors last week. But it’s not because of anything he did. It’s because his wife killed her first deer, and it was a good one. The 220-pound, 8-point buck she killed in Horry County put an end to a lot of bad luck for his wife Marti, and proved that perseverance pays off.

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October 12 at 1:05 am
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Raleigh bowhunter kills full velvet, non-typical, 12-point buck

No one in their right mind wants to see Medusa in the woods, but that’s about what Chris Carter of Raleigh saw on a recent hunt in Johnston County, N.C. while hoping to get a shot at a big buck or a doe to get some meat in the freezer. The 12-point “cactus buck” was in full velvet, and had an array of antlers unlike anything Carter had ever seen.

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October 06 at 10:14 am
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Hunter kills 350-pound boar while completing Cherokee Run Southern Slam

Getting a “slam” in any sport is a good thing. Inshore anglers strive for the Inshore Slam, catching three popular species on the same trip. Turkey hunters go after their grand slam, in which they travel the country to kill every species of the big game bird in the nation. Bass anglers go after the bass slam, catching all seven black bass species.

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October 04 at 3:27 pm
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Duckfest 2017 scheduled for Oct. 14 in Summerton, SC

Summerton, SC is one of those sleepy little towns that you might miss if you blink while driving through. But it’s also known as the Duck Hunting Capital of the Palmetto State, and Clarendon County and the town of Summerton’s populations swell, at least temporarily, during waterfowl season.

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October 03 at 5:31 pm
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Lowcountry huntress bags 400+ pound hog

Brooke Aden of Mt. Pleasant, SC loves to deer hunt, but on one part of her family’s hunting land in Berkeley County, the wild hogs have taken over. She doesn’t mind that, because she also likes shooting hogs. So on the evening of Sept. 23, she carted her .243 into the woods, hoping for a grilling-sized pig to shoot. What she got was much bigger.

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October 02 at 7:58 pm
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