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Top 5 tips for squirrel hunters

Many hunters have put away their hunting clothes and are either looking forward to the spring for turkey hunting, or dreading the time before deer season opens in the fall. But other hunters are still in the woods, staying sharp on the trigger while chasing squirrels.

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February 13 at 7:53 pm
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Tips for Haw River's winter crappie

While it may seem a little early in the year for hot crappie fishing across the Carolinas, it’s been on fire for those willing to test out the waters a little sooner than most, at least on some days. Whether it’s longline trolling or anchoring over brush piles, anglers are catching plenty of slabs when the weather and wind are just right.

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February 13 at 6:39 pm
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67 coyotes killed during Carolina Coyote Classic

The fifth annual Carolina Coyote Classic, presented by 704 Outdoors, saw a record number of coyotes brought to the scales this past weekend at the Albemarle, N.C. American Legion Post 76, which served as the headquarters and weigh-in site of the tournament.

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February 12 at 6:47 pm
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Salute shad, the kickoff fish

It’s been cold, and many anglers have been waiting for the slightest break in weather. And while many are looking forward to next month, plenty of others know that February is really the time to break out the ultralight gear and head to a handful of rivers across the Carolinas for the shad run.

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February 12 at 9:00 am
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Hunter realizes he's being hunted by bobcat

Have you ever been hunting, but felt as though you were the one being hunted? That’s just the feeling Logan Foster of Chester, S.C. felt one morning last month while duck hunting with a friend in a creek bottom that was known to hold ducks. But it wasn’t just a feeling. Foster realized before it was too late that a bobcat was waiting to attack, mistaking his wood duck calling for an early morning snack.

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February 08 at 11:15 pm
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SCDNR seeks public input on Lower Saluda River trout regulations

For decades, anglers in South Carolina have been catching coldwater trout far from the fish’s mountain range, thanks to the frigid waters pouring out of the depths of Lake Murray and into the Lower Saluda River just outside of Columbia.

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February 07 at 9:27 pm
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Small game hunting what's in season?

The 2017 deer hunting season is a distant memory for most hunters, and while many hunters are either looking forward to April’s opening day of turkey season or to the fall for the next deer season opener, other hunters are still in the woods taking advantage of the small game that are currently in season.

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February 07 at 9:04 pm
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Coyote hunting regulations are easy on South Carolina hunters

Coyotes are a problem for native wildlife, hunters, and landowners, and they are here to stay in South Carolina. Over the years, the SCDNR has changed its stance from believing coyotes weren’t much of a threat to native wildlife to understanding that they are, in fact, a major threat. And they’ve loosened hunting regulations on the canines to make it easier for hunters to attempt to keep them in check.

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February 06 at 12:59 pm
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