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Fishermen have always disagreed on which is better — bait casting or spinning reels?
The first rod and reel that I was ever able to call “all mine” was an old Zebco closed face, spin-casting reel on about a six foot fiberglass rod that my father purchased for me when we moved into our newly built home on a decent sized pond just outside of Clover.
As the summer vacations begin for local students, I can’t help but be reminded of my youth when the excitement of wrapping up the school year was just bubbling within me.
This column tends to generate a lot of emails. Although I try to answer them all, admittedly, I don’t do as good a job as I should of incorporating them into my weekly articles.
South Carolina’s Department of Natural Resources biologists have been telling us for a while that our deer numbers were dropping, and it’s starting to show.
As we now look back on the 2013 spring turkey season, many of us have a good supply of fresh wild bird in the freezer.
I received some information last week I wasn’t sure I’d ever actually see again.
As we closed out another turkey season yesterday, I found myself thinking back over the days of the previous month and wondering a bit about what lies ahead for us.
I have a love/hate relationship with April. I love to see it coming and I hate to see it go.
Turkey hunters are always told of how potentially dangerous turkey hunting can be because we’re in the woods, camouflaged from the tops of our heads to the tips of our fingers and toes and are carrying shotguns.