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Coyote control workshop Feb. 18 in Santee

It’s no secret that coyotes continue to have a negative impact on the deer population in South Carolina, and even though the coyote hunting regulations are about as liberal as they can be, it’s just not feasible to make a dent in the numbers of coyotes throughout the state. That’s where trapping comes in.

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January 29 at 9:13 am
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Team Wind Walker Kryptonite wins 2016 WeHuntSC Predator Challenge

The brutal weather this past weekend didn’t stop 85 teams of 260 hunters from competing in the 2016 WeHuntSC Predator Challenge, and it turned out to be the most successful event so far, with over 20 coyotes being brought to the scales on Sunday.

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January 25 at 11:26 am
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Predator hunting contest this weekend

As hunters, we constantly hear that coyotes are a major problem to our intended quarry, and several studies conducted by the SCDNR over the past 10-years have proven that coyotes are big killers of young whitetail deer. The hunting regulations on coyotes are pretty liberal, so we can’t blame a lack of opportunity for not killing more.

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January 19 at 9:52 pm
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Bag more squirrels with these hunting tips

“I don’t understand it. I see plenty of squirrels when I’m deer hunting, but once deer season is over and I go after squirrels, they just don’t seem to be around.” 

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January 15 at 8:45 am
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South Carolina crow-hunting particulars

• A hunting license and free Migratory Bird (HIP) Permit are required to hunt crows. 

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January 15 at 7:00 am
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Decoy sets are crucial for crow-hunting in South Carolina

Decoy set-up is essential for a good crow hunt. 

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January 15 at 7:00 am
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GPS collars have helped rabbit hunters

GPS collars have been a game changer for rabbit hunters, allowing them to know within a few feet exactly where their dogs are running.

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January 15 at 7:00 am
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Training collars can tone down disobedient beagles

Training collars for dogs, also known as “shock collars” can be the difference between a poor dog and a great dog, according to rabbit hunter Eric Braselton, who said using them is “essential” for good training.

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January 15 at 7:00 am
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