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NCWRC looking for input on migratory game bird seasons

The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission invites citizens to provide input on the upcoming migratory game bird hunting seasons through an online comment system on the agency’s website. Comments are submitted by going to www.ncwildlife.org and clicking on the “Migratory Game Bird Proposed Seasons” scrolling icon at the bottom of the page. Migratory game birds include waterfowl, doves, woodcock, rails and snipe. Comments on the season dates will be accepted through Apr. 9.

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March 23 at 5:01 pm
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NCWRC hosting Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Workshop March 31-Apr. 2

The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission will host the 20th annual Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) Weekend Workshop, March 31-April 2, at the YMCA Camp Harrison at Herring Ridge in Wilkes County.

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March 15 at 4:01 pm
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2017 Carolina Coyote Classic a huge success

The 2017 Carolina Coyote Classic was a huge success, with an increase in participation by 23 hunters, and a total of 10 more coyotes being weighed in than the previous year. 134 hunters participated in this year’s event, 51 coyotes were harvested, and 43 coyotes were officially weighed in.

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March 14 at 7:16 pm
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Kill your scent for hog hunting success

Hog hunting season never ends in the Carolinas, and March is a great month to target bacon on the hoof. Whether you are hunting with a firearm, bow, or dogs and knives, one tip can help you bag more hogs.

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March 14 at 5:47 pm
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Five turkey calls every hunter must have in their vests

Charles Hudson, a South Carolina turkey hunting legend from the tiny town of Travelers Rest, carries so many calls in vest that he “can barely walk around.”

But asked to choose which ones he would carry if he could carry only five, Hudson said to carry the ones you are most proficient with. All things being equal, he chose these five:

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March 13 at 2:15 pm
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Easley hunter's non-typical buck shatters S.C.'s state record

When Danny Dillard of Easley, S.C., strolled into ACE Hardware in Seneca, S.C., on March 2 with his latest set of trophy antlers in tow, Richard Morton reached for the tape.

Not of the measuring variety, but rather of the masking variety.

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March 09 at 8:26 pm
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SCDNR hosting school archery tournament in Sumter

The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) is hosting the 12th Annual S.C. National Archery in the Schools Program (S.C. NASP) State Bullseye Tournament March 28, 2017, through March 30, 2017, at the Sumter Civic Center.

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March 08 at 12:13 am
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Poached deer recovered by landowner, scores 187 at Dixie Deer Classic

On a hunting trip last fall, Derin Daniels was perched in a tree stand on his hunting land in Prospect Hill when he heard a shot toward the front side of his property. In time, he realized a poacher had taken that shot while on his land. Even worse, the illegal hunter had killed a trophy deer that Daniels had been hunting for some time.

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March 07 at 11:49 pm
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