• Hunting

    Mack Martin of Clinton, SC was hunting with his muzzleloader and iron sights when he killed this 6.5-year-old, 214-pound buck.

    South Carolina hunter kills old, trophy buck on 9-acre tract

    Hunting from the ground with a muzzleloader
    October 30 at 1:03am
    Daniel Jacobs killed this huge buck with a non-typical, 12-point rack in the suburbs of Concord, N.C. on Friday the 13th.

    Heavy Cabarrus whitetail shot in the 'burbs

    Concord hunter killed 12-point non-typical on Friday the 13th
    October 27 at 2:01pm
    Andrew Fowler was excited about a cold snap in Spartanburg County which pushed this buck his way on Oct. 20.

    Cold snap produces monster 10-point buck for Spartanburg County hunter

    Buck measured 140+ inches when green-scored
    October 27 at 2:01am
    Kevin Ackim killed the 8-point buck (right), and while awaiting help to drag it out, killed the 11-point brute on the left on Oct. 17, 2017 in Lexington County, S.C.

    South Carolina hunter doubles up on trophy bucks

    With 8-pointer on ground, Lexington hunter drills 11-pointer
    October 26 at 2:45pm
    Mary-Katherine Tisdale was hunting with her father and sister when she killed this trophy buck she'd been pursuing for some time.

    11-year-old huntress downs big 9-point buck

    Buck's rack featured a 6-inch drop tine
    October 26 at 3:01am
    Joe Wilson poses with the beast of a buck that he was happy to see on Oct. 21.

    N.C. hunter kills 10-point, 220-pound buck in Harnett County

    Buck has been scored at 149 inches
    October 25 at 5:48pm
    Will Berry of Batesburg, S.C. killed this Aiken County brute on a morning hunt.

    Batesburg hunter bags 217-pound Aiken County giant

    9-point buck green-scored at 157 inches
    October 25 at 2:01am
    Deklan Woodell killed this heavy-horned buck in Chesterfield County with his Stoeger shotgun.

    South Carolina teen tags heavy-horned Chesterfield County buck

    Buck with palmated antlers measures more than 170 inches
    October 24 at 1:55pm
    Easton MacPherson killed his first deer in Columbus County. The 13-point trophy has been scored at 140 inches.

    Columbus County youth hunter scores big with first deer

    9-year-old shot 13-point buck at 100 yards
    October 24 at 4:01am
    Joey Prince was hunting a soybean field in Orangeburg County, S.C. when he killed this beast, a 520-pound boar that took three shots before expiring.

    Hendersonville, N.C. hunter kills 520-pound boar in Orangeburg County, S.C.

    It took 3 shots to down the big hog
    October 23 at 10:24am
    Jessie Rich killed this big 8-point buck in Vance County, N.C., and was happy to get the help of his friend's bloodhound to find it.

    Bloodhound leads hunter to 132-inch, 8-point trophy

    Vance County hunter killed big buck on Oct. 17
    October 23 at 10:01am
    Chris Smythe killed this 16-point buck outside of Ridgeway, S.C. on Oct. 14.

    Fairfield hunter kills buck of a lifetime after late start

    16-point buck should easily make S.C. record book
    October 20 at 9:59am
    Shay Munnerlyn thought she was pulling the trigger on an 8-point buck, but was pleasantly surprised that it was this 15-pointer she'd been watching for three years.

    Georgetown huntress takes down 15-point buck

    She'd been watching the deer for three years
    October 19 at 2:01pm
    Cody Fields' Oct. 13 deer hunt lasted about 10 seconds long, and ended with this trophy 16-point, non-typical buck.

    Antreville, S.C., hunter takes big non-typical buck

    Hunt lasted about 10 seconds
    October 18 at 7:01am
    Zach Phillips first saw this buck last year on his Abbeville County, S.C. hunting tract's trail cameras, and finally killed it on Oct. 12 of this season.

    Easley, S.C. hunter kills 12-point, 163-inch trophy with strategic management plan

    Buck was chasing does when hunter shot him at 250 yards
    October 17 at 2:01pm
    Carson Perry entered the Bag-A-Buck Contest with this fine pair of 8-pointers he arrowed within minutes of each other.

    Win great prizes in the Carolina Sportsman Bag-A-Buck Contest

    It's free to enter. Just post your photo and summary of your hunt
    October 16 at 2:01pm