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Hunt the Carolina coyote rut

Over the past 20 years, coyotes have taken a foothold in every county in the Carolinas. From livestock and domestic pet predation to population reductions in native game and non-game species, coyotes are well beyond becoming a nuisance. They are a real problem that needs an immediate solution, and increased hunting pressure may help curb depredation issues. Calling coyotes can be very effective at luring coyotes into range. 

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February 05 at 9:00 am
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Maintain green fields for deer

For the past four months, hunters have taken thousands of photos and sat for hundreds of hours in deer stands in hopes of taking after a trophy deer to peg on the wall. 

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January 05 at 9:00 am
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Pour the food to ‘em

Deer hunters in the Carolinas are blessed to have some of the longest seasons in the country. By Thanksgiving, the parade of bucks across the region has thinned significantly, with more than 80 percent of the annual harvest already filled. But the last month of the season can offer hunters a good opportunity at an encounter with a taxidermy-grade animal. The mixture of cooler weather and a waning rut is a perfect formula for catching a late season bruiser sneaking in to gorge on a rich food source.  

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December 05, 2017 at 9:00 am
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Fence out those hogs

Deer and deer hunters have more competition these days from pesky, nuisance wildlife species such as feral hogs and coyotes, which have invaded natural habitats and are making their mark. For hunters looking to make it happen and take home a trophy, adaptation is the going to be part of the game plan. 

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November 05, 2017 at 9:00 am
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Not too late to plant seeds

While many landowners have buried their seeds, there is still a large percentage of open dirt on hunting properties lacking fall crops for one reason or another. Even though planting early in September can produce a viable food source for deer earlier, waiting until the arrival of fall conditions can bring a better end game under certain circumstances. 

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October 05, 2017 at 9:00 am
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Ag fields save food plots

Over the summer, everything is green and lush, with acres of nutrition around every corner. On most properties, deer don’t have to step out of their woodlots to get all the nutrition they can ask for. But for deer living in Carolinas’ prime agriculture country, fields planted in soybeans and peanuts are too tempting. Having these solid food sources available early in deer season can be a food-plotter’s best friend in order to get a fall crop out of the ground without getting pillaged. 

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September 01, 2017 at 7:00 am
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Let the sun shine in

With deer season creeping up, it’s time for food plotters to scratch out a plan and make any last-minute changes before the seeds go in the dirt. 

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August 05, 2017 at 9:00 am
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Map out your know-how

It may be July, but it is never too early to prepare for the opening of deer season. From developing a cool-season food-plot plan and hanging tree stands to studying the landscape and travel corridors, diehard whitetail enthusiasts can make the best of their summer preparing for the 2017 season. 

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July 05, 2017 at 9:00 am
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