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Old-time hunters may remember when quail hunting on neighborhood farms was a common thing “back in the day.” No one bothered too much about getting permission or where to hunt because quail were so plentiful throughout the South.
One of the best-kept secrets in the entire angling community is fishing during the winter.
Over the years, crappie fishermen have become spoiled with catching crappie by the numbers.
It’s that time of year again when whitetail deer begin engaging in the breeding season.
With October in full swing, most hunting talk is centered around whitetail deer. After all, deer hunting is the second largest attraction in the outdoor sports arena in the Upstate, trailing only fishing as the region’s favorite outdoor pastime.
With summer starting to loosen its grip on the Upstate and outdoorsmen split between chasing deer in the woods and following college football, the lakes around the Upstate are really starting to empty out.
Much of this week has been spent keeping one eye on the daily tasks at hand, with the other eye squarely on the forecast ahead of Hurricane Florence