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Shoot and Dine Night at Clinton House is May 26

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.†

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May 20 at 2:15 pm
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St. James High School female archer wins $10,000 at national tournament

Two young women from South Carolina made it to the awards podium at the 2016 National Archery in Schools Program National Tournament in Louisville, Kentucky.

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May 19 at 7:21 pm
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Donít put aggressive turkey calling aside

Skeet Thomas loves to call aggressively, even in the late season, and he has two reasons he feels comfortable doing so.

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May 15 at 7:00 am
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Keep moving, calling as end of turkey season approaches

Skeet Thomas has developed a routine for hunting toward the very end of the season that typically provides a lot of gobbling and gobbler activity.

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May 15 at 7:00 am
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Keep your turkey calling simple late in the season

Jay Bruce, a former tournament crappie professional from Greer, loves to spend his spring chasing gobblers, and he’s taken a number in recent years, especially late in the season.

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May 15 at 7:00 am
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Keep recently burned areas on your late-season turkey hunting map

William Peagler of Moncks Corner, a Lowcountry hunter with more than 30 years experience hunting turkeys, said one late-season trick involves getting in a turkey’s way and being where he wants to be before he arrives — and some of those spots are burned areas.

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May 15 at 7:00 am
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Last chance to plant sunflowers for September dove hunts

Dove season makes most hunters break out their shotguns and camouflage for the first time in the fall, and while most opening day dove shoots are as much a social event as a hunting situation, the hunting will get serious in a crop field with several thousand winged migrants.†

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May 15 at 7:00 am
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SC turkey hunters dismayed by USFS burning during season

Plenty of hunters across South Carolina and the southeast will readily attest that turkey numbers seem to have dropped appreciably — and in some areas dramatically — and while biologists are scrambling to get a grasp on the overall situation, the dearth of turkeys has some hunters particularly unhappy.

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May 12 at 2:38 pm
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