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late-season deer

Late-Season Deer in North Carolina

by Mike Marsh 0

Fewer hunters crowd the woods in December, and late-season deer are concentrated around food sources. Just because it’s December does… more »

bear hunting

N.C. Hunter Bags 633-Pound Black Bear

by Craig Holt 0

Bear hunting plan results in monster North Carolina kill. “It ain’t worth my time … Bad enough I gotta walk through… more »

saltwater fishing lodges

Best Saltwater Fishing Lodges of the South Atlantic

by Jimmy Jacobs 0

Escape to sunshine and fast action at these South Atlantic saltwater fishing lodges. Here’s a look at some lodges and inns along… more »

trophy bucks

Cactus Rack: N.C. Hunter Drills Trophy Buck From Unusual Stand

by Craig Holt 0

The trophy buck had 17 non-typical points with an estimated 200-inch rack. No one needs to harangue Justin Suggs of… more »

Casey Haizlip Elon Buck NC

2017 North Carolina Trophy Bucks

by Craig Holt 0

North Carolina’s northern-tier of trophy-belt counties proved again in 2016 they’re hot spots for wall-hanger whitetails. During the 37th Dixie… more »

BIG BUCK Patrick Williams 181 3-8 possible NC record NT bow kill[2]

N.C. Archer Bags Huge Potential Record Buck

by Craig Holt 0

Rockingham County supplies another giant rack to its growing reputation with a recent possible record buck. North Carolina hunters know… more »

North Carolina waterfowl

North Carolina Waterfowl Preview 2017

by Mike Marsh 0
small game and bird hunting

Prime Small Game & Bird Hunting Options

by Mike Marsh 0

Deer are not the only game in town for North Carolinians. Check out these options for small game and bird… more »

2017 North Carolina Deer Forecast

by Mike Marsh 0

North Carolina hunters reported harvesting 149,811 deer last season, down 7.8 percent from the 2015-16 season harvest of 162,558. Hunters… more »

fall catfishing

Prime Fall Catfishing in Carolina

by Mike Marsh 0

There’s great fall catfishing scattered across North Carolina. Go fishing now! By Mike Marsh Catfish anglers catch their favorite fish… more »

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