Residents who live along the water’s edge or anywhere that our state’s resident Canada geese roam have probably noticed the mess and destruction these birds often leave behind. In South Carolina, the hardship is mostly overshadowed by the beauty of the winged creatures as they migrate from place to place, and for waterfowl hunters, as an additional waterfowl hunting opportunity.
The last weeks of December reminded everyone that it can and does get cold during the winter in South Carolina.
One of the biggest problems with public duck hunting in the Upstate is an overabundance of people who want to hunt and a limited amount of public water to hunt in.
In any given bow hunting situation, regardless of the amount of time spent preparing, the skill level of the individual, or a host of other outside influences, ask a bow hunter if he’d rather be lucky or good at this sport. The smart ones will choose luck every time.