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Scent Control in Hot Weather

By Pete Rogers The afternoon sun was scorching hot. Temperatures were near triple digits, and my clothes were soaked with sweat. August 15th is the traditional opening day of deer season along the coastal plain of South Carolina. The opening…

Iconic Lures Are Still Catching Fish

 By Ed Wall It’s a tribute to the power of marketing in a free enterprise system that certain products can be identified just by their brand names. Simply say “Model T,” “Kleenex” or “Pepsi” and folks know exactly what you’re…

Predator Control 101

By Jill J Easton Are there more raccoons in your trash cans? Do coyotes howl just up the road from your property? Is there a skunk tunneling under your house? It’s all Russia, China and Korea’s fault.  Right now, you…

A Weighty Matter

By Capt. Chaconas Culling, time away from fishing or a move up in the money?  Often mentioned…rarely discussed, culling mechanics make the difference in a sport of ounces.  Classic contender and FLW Championship finalist, BASSCAT/MERCURY pro John Crews turns on…

Defending The Hunting Home Front

By Josh Boyd The vast majority of today’s hunters are tasked with scheduling time for their outdoor pursuits around the confines of their normal nine to five job. For this very reason, time spent afield carries immense value. Weekdays at…

Freeline Your Way to Better Fishing

By Mark Fike I grew up dunking bait to catch fish. Dad and I almost always tied on a good-sized weight, a hook, and threw out our bait and sat and waited for a bite. Sometimes, particularly when we were…

Small Fall Plots… Excellent Results

By Mark Fike Over the years I have had access to some mediocre small parcels of land to hunt that I ended up turning into great places to bag deer. Most great places my friends have to hunt include large…

Urban Hunting? You bet!

By Mark Fike Hunters are increasingly becoming a valuable commodity in urban areas. Yes, you read that correctly. Urban areas all over our country, particularly the eastern portion of the country, are finding that that best way to control deer…

 In the Heat of Summer, Bass Often Have an Appetite For Big Plastic Worms

Photo courtesy of Stacey King Even in the heat of summer, Stacey King uses big plastic worms to catch big bass. By Brent Frazee Stacey King looks at the 7-inch plastic worms many fishermen use as mere appetizers.  When he…

Hunting in Hot Weather

By Pete Rogers Darkness kept a strong grip on the early morning as I made my way to the first stand of the year.  It was August 15, opening day of deer season in South Carolina and an early entry…

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