Articles in Outdoors
With all but the last few days of 2014 behind us and all of 2015 ahead, it’s the time of year when many people reflect on the past year and plan for the coming. New Year’s resolutions are big for many people and can be a great self-motivator.
Over the last couple of months deer hunters have spent a good bit of time in the woods scouting for and hunting deer.
Among the literary community, fishermen are pretty far from the top of the list when it comes to reading and writing book reviews. However, every so often, a book comes along that fits well within the “required reading” mentality of anglers, and it tends to be short on prose and long on useful information.
A look across lakes Hartwell, Keowee or any of our Upstate lakes often reveals an empty waterway with few, if any, anglers venturing out in the cold water. Most outdoorsmen are sitting inside, watching the big game, or sitting in a tree waiting on that late-season buck.
While many are familiar with the song by the same name that’s often played around Christmastime, the most wonderful time of the year for deer hunters in the Upstate starts the last week of October and extends into the first week of November.
With a drop in temperatures and a welcomed chill in the air, many folks are outside looking for the annual fall colors. However, Upstate residents interested in seeing the full gamut fall has to offer need to include some browns and rainbows in their itinerary.
Every fall, deer season brings joy to countless hunters in the Upstate. However, it also unfortunately brings grief to some.