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    Derek James of Inman killed this Spartanburg County 14-point buck on a morning hunt with a 40-yard shot.

    Inman hunter shoots 14-point buck with one-of-a-kind rack

    Unique rack featured split brow tines
    November 01 at 9:01am
    Patrick Williams killed this Rockingham County 19-point buck, which may surpass the current state record non-typical archery buck.

    N.C. bowhunter kills possible new state record archery non-typical buck

    Green-score puts buck more than 4 inches bigger than current record
    November 01 at 3:01am
    Lathan Peterson killed his biggest buck to date on a Caswell County Game Land hunt on opening day of the 2017 muzzleloader season.

    Caswell County Game Land produces whopper 11-point buck

    Cell phone alarm almost spoiled the hunt
    October 31 at 2:36pm
    The N.C. Fishing Trail at Lake Thom-A-Lex is designed to help anglers learn to catch fish during each season of the year.

    Educational fishing trail at Lake Thom-A-Lex now open

    Trial consists of 13 fishing sites in the Davidson County reservoir
    October 31 at 1:52pm
    Aaron Summitt killed this big buck despite having a broken back and ankles that he suffered after falling 30 feet while mounting a stand before deer season started.

    Hunter with broken back and legs kills monster 6-point buck

    30-foot preseason fall while mounting stand doesn't stop SC hunter
    October 31 at 5:01am
    Michael Hall caught this 9-pound, 2-ounce flounder in the Cape Fear River in mid October.

    N.C. angler catches 9-pound flounder in Cape Fear River

    Big fish ate a 5-inch mullet
    October 30 at 8:28pm
    For the first time in years, anglers in the Carolinas can harvest red snapper, and the season starts this weekend.

    Red snapper season approved, begins this weekend

    Season will be open for two consecutive 3-day weekends
    October 30 at 11:36am
    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
    Learn to tie your own flies and make your own custom fishing rod at two free workshops taking place in November.

    Pechmann Center offers two free workshops in November

    Learn to tie flies, build your own custom fishing rod
    October 29 at 10:26pm
    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
    Big crappie hang around deep flats and creek-channel edges, especially those with brush, as the water cools on Jordan Lake.

    Tight-line Jordan slabs

    Deep water can be productive in November
    October 27 at 12:20pm
    Andy Wicker said bass will school when the water temperature drops in November, keying on bunches of dying shad.

    South Carolina’s Lake Monticello bass love shad funerals

    Dying shad provide buffet for bass on South Carolina lake this month
    October 27 at 12:17pm
    Plenty of big bream are swimming around the Santee Cooper lakes, ready to be caught by anglers who find brush piles in deeper water.

    Deep Santee Cooper bream

    Find brush and catch plenty of bluegills
    October 27 at 12:14pm
    Big blue catfish will be patrolling the edges of the main-river channel at Kerr Lake this month, as well as the mouth of major creeks.

    Kerr Lake catfish on fire

    Cooling water gives bite a jump-start
    October 27 at 12:09pm
    “Jiggin’ Jerry” Grenier said plenty of speckled trout will hang around the structure that surrounds the Mount Pleasant (S.C.) Pier this month.

    Trout fishing without peer

    Mount Pleasant Pier attracts plenty of specks in November
    October 27 at 11:54am