Articles in Outdoors
With deer season finally opening in the Upstate on Monday, many deer hunters are still scratching their heads wondering where to hunt next week. Whether you hunt public or private lands, consistently seeing deer in the next few weeks will require hunting in close proximity to food sources.
Back when I was a promising young basketball player in high school, my coach began each practice with a motivational saying.
After posting a five-fish weight of 13 pounds, 2 ounces during the opening day and a four-fish bag weighing 10 pounds, 3 ounces on day two of the Forrest Wood Cup on Lake Murray, FLW pro angler Anthony Gagliardi from Prosperity found himself sitting in seventh place at the close of business on Friday.
Recent regulation changes will modify limits on antlerless deer harvests, as well as the number of either-sex days on both public and private lands.
Upstate deer hunters who lease or manage their own hunting lands have plenty of chores to last them from now until the sound of the opening buzzer of the season, whether your start date is Sept. 15 or two weeks later in the Mountain Hunt Unit.
The upcoming Bassmaster College Series national championship will host the largest field since the program’s inception in 2011.
Fans can hardly wait for Feb. 20, 2015, to get here. In fact, the day can’t arrive soon enough. But for Anderson County officials, that date represents a deadline when the stage must be set, literally, for the biggest event in bass fishing.
When Charles Earp reeled in a 12-pound, 2.9-ounce white catfish in the wee hours of the morning on June 23 while fishing on Lake Murray, little did he realize the fish would create a stir among the catfish community around the state about how to distinguish one species of catfish from another.