• Volume 3 Number 12 - December 2008

    Features

    This non-typical buck was one that a Colleton County hunter could really count on.

    Matthew Groves doesn’t have a problem with arithmetic — he just couldn’t believe he’d counted all the way to 25 when he examined the rack of a huge Colleton County buck he killed on Oct. 3.

    Little River and Murrell’s Inlet are great wintertime redfish destinations.

    As Capt. Patrick Kelly guided his sleek, 21-foot center-console boat through the marsh creeks near Little River, the need for warm, layered clothing became obvious.

    This Williamsburg County hunter dropped a huge buck in a cornfield.

    Deep within the agricultural-rich Lowcountry of South Carolina, another trophy buck has bitten the dust.

    Canada geese offer South Carolina hunters a unique opportunity in many areas.

    If you think you have to make a long trip to bag a limit of Canada geese, you’re mistaken.

    Dorchester County buck is a real bruiser.

    In a season when heavy whitetail bucks have been fairly common, Bill McKinnon may have taken a deer that really stands out.

    Lake Murray crappie are suckers for a tiny jig fished around deep brushpiles during the winter.

    Just because Lake Murray’s crappie are entering their winter pattern this month doesn’t mean you can load the livewell like it was April.

    The Palmetto State has plenty to offer in terms of squirrels, rabbits, woodcock and quail.

    Strange though it may seem to many, the hunting habits of South Carolinians have changed immensely in just two generations.