On the final day of deer season Michael Goins shook off a month-long illness and harvested a 166-inch buck. To read the whole story on NorthCarolinaSportsman.com click here:
The final day of deer season yielded this buck with a wide rack for a youth hunter. To read about the hunt on SouthCarolinaSportsman.com click here:
The 2007 Bassmaster Classic Champion stopped by the Sportsman booth at a recent trade show after teaching a seminar on fishing tactics and he speaks about the upcoming tournament trail.
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Cole Scroggs is a youth hunter from Georgia who used a borrowed shotgun to harvest a buck that is stunning both for its mass and symmetry, on a draw hunt in South Carolina.
The hunt of a lifetime followed the shot of a lifetime for one lucky S.C. hunter.
With near record warm temperatures draped across Southern Louisiana, a Thermacell was a necessity in the duck blind. But the gadwall (or grey ducks) were around in good numbers and daily limits are there for the taking. Mixed in to the bag was a token mallard, black duck, ringneck, shoveler, blue-winged teal and green-winged teal. Lots of water hyacinth and duck potato around right now, and water levels are decent. The best shooting should be yet to come.
The seven-year old was hunting with her father on Nov. 13, the opener for gun season in Alamance County, N.C. when she took this big buck. To read the story on NorthCarolinaSportsman.com click this link. http://www.northcarolinasportsman.com/details.php?id=1628
Matthew Lee of East Central North Carolina used heavy equipment, namely a bulldozer, to open some shooting lanes in a clearcut he planned to hunt. Fast forward to gun season and the volunteer fireman made his brush busting efforts pay off. To read the hunt story on NorthCarolinaSportsman.com use this link. http://www.northcarolinasportsman.com/details.php?id=1626