Articles in Outdoors
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.
What does a bear biologist who spends most of her time at work outdoors investigating bears do when she has a few hours off? She goes turkey hunting.
Before the start of the 2018 Bassmaster Classic, both fans and competitors were hoping for record numbers.
All eyes are on two local pros competing in the Bassmaster Classic on Lake Hartwell this weekend.
With less than two weeks until opening day of the wild turkey hunting season, many Upstate turkey hunters are getting their calls tuned up and practicing for that first conversation that will hopefully occur just after daylight on opening day.
Most sportsmen inevitably become at least proficient in preparing wild game and fish entrées for the simple fact that spending so much time hunting and collecting it makes you want to eat it.
Antlers will abound throughout the Palmetto State as the search for new state-record deer antlers gets underway during the S.C. Department of Natural Resources’ annual series of measuring sessions.