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A recent report by the National Wildlife Federation, the American Fisheries Society and the Wildlife Society estimates that one-third of America’s wildlife species are threatened.
If you’re an angler in the Upstate, it’s pretty much going to be status quo this holiday weekend.
When it gets hot during the summer, people prefer to spend time somewhere cooler.
With the long-suffered winter and the few days South Carolina gets that pass for spring, area residents are looking forward to enjoying the summer.
With only one week remaining before the unofficial beginning of the 2018 boating season on the state’s waterways, the state has witnessed several boating accidents and incidents, including a large boat fire that damaged dozens of watercraft docked at Portman Marina on Lake Hartwell earlier this week.
With the close of the 2018 wild turkey hunting season this weekend, hunters, wildlife biologists and land managers are all asking the same questions — How did the season go? Were the harvest numbers up or down? And ultimately, what is the strength of the turkey population for future seasons?
One of the most positive trends in the fishing industry over the last decade has been the move away from killing trophy-sized specimens simply for the purpose of documenting the catch to releasing them so they can continue to grow and provide others with the thrill of hooking a huge fish on the line.