Opening day afternoon hunt. Had 6 does feeding in front of me when all of a sudden they spooked for no apparent reason. A couple minutes later it sounds like a stampede as 8 bucks come trotting right down the middle of the road. After playing cat and mouse behind a small button buck for 20 minutes he finally gives me a shot. 9 point with a 17.5 inch spread weighing 180 lbs. Great opening day hunt.
i am 24 from walterboro sc. this is my 8 point buck taken from bamberg county on opening day of deer season 8/15/2014. I used a savage axis .308.
buck weight 180 with a 19 inch spread. this is my first velvet buck.. best way to start a season .
IFA Redfish Tours Heads to Georgetown, South Carolina
IFA Atlantic Division events set for Aug. 16-17
MOUNTAIN HOME, Ark. (August 6, 2014) – Inshore anglers from across South Carolina and surrounding regions will meet at Georgetown, South Carolina, on Aug. 16-17 for the final 2014 Atlantic Division events of the IFA Redfish Tour Presented by Cabela’s and IFA Kayak Fishing Tour....
Hi all. I'm new to the forum, and I thought I introduce myself. I've just moved to the Charleston area from Mississippi for a new job. I'm used to catching big cats, perch, bream, and the occasional bass, and I'm excited about find out what I can get into in the waterways and woods around here :-D. Being that the area is inundated with rivers and waterways, could anyone give me some....
Visiting Kiawah island next week. Heard fishing the Kiawah River near the inlet is OK. Any advice? Tackle and bait recommendations? Best time of day to fish? Best to fish when tide is coming in? Sort of new to this sort of fishing. Hoping to take my son so would be great to catch a fish or two!
I'm moving to the Charleston area from Belle Chasse, LA. I've been yak fishing here for the last couple years from Plaquemines Parish to Grand Isle. I'm trying to find out if there are any kayak fishing clubs around there. I'm ready to see if South Carolina is even close to Louisiana fishing!! I appreciate all the help.
On opening day the only gobbling going on came from someone else's property. As the sun broke the horizon, a hen that was roosted a few trees to my right broke out with a series of cackles, she flew down nearly to my lap, and proceeded to check out the two decoys I had set. Busting out above me, was a long bearded tom. He locked his wings, landed past the decoys, and left the scene. Talk....
After 3 years of turkey hunting I FINALLY got one. I gave up on turkey hunting on March the 2nd only to resume on March the 3rd. Good thing I did. He was a young one....about 1.5 years old. Shot in Early Branch, SC.