The coyote tagging and bounty program has been revived in the South Carolina Senate after it was vetoed by Gov. Nikki Haley, but it comes with some changes over the original proposal. The House also voted to override the governor’s veto of the plan.
The deadline to apply for the S.C. Department of Natural Resources online applications for the 2016 Public Alligator Hunting season and the Wildlife Management Area Alligator Hunting Season is at 11:59 p.m. tomorrow night.
Governor Haley signed Senate Bill 454 into law on June 8, which makes some sweeping new changes to South Carolina’s deer hunting. While the law will not go into effect until the 2017 season, it has many outdoorsmen talking already.
Steiner recently announces the expansion of their Wildlife XP line to include the 8x24, 10x26 and 10.5x28 Wildlife XP Compact binoculars. Unlike most compact binoculars, these are completely waterproof up to 2 meters, with a nitrogen-pressure-filled interior that is fogproof. These lightweight binoculars are small and tough enough to tag along on any outdoor adventure.
Driving along US Highway 17, the transition from the rapidly developing areas of West Ashley, Johns Island and Ravenel to the open forest and marsh lands of the ACE Basin is dramatic. Thanks to a conservation-minded partnership effort, commuters on the Savannah Highway will have a new park to enjoy, and the Lowcountry will have 638 additional acres of protected open space.
Hunting season is a distant memory, and you’re going to struggle when the doves start flying this fall if you don’t keep yourself in shotgun shape. Have no fear, that’s what shooting sporting clays is for.