Neil White landed this 15-pound peacock bass on the Jufari River in the Amazon of Brazil on Feb. 12. He was ripping a clown-pattern Woodchopper. Photo by Neil White.
Dr. John P. Smyth caught and released this nine-pound largemouth bass using a purple Yamamoto worm while fishing in a flooded rice field off the Cooper River. Photo by David H. Garner.
Chandler H. Ford harvested his first pheasant at Pierce Farms in Ahoskie, N.C., while hunting with his grandfather, Julius Fielding. Photo by Julius Fielding.
Tanner Cummings, 9, of Sullivan’s Island shot his first two ducks while hunting with his father, Bobby Cummings, on Jan. 26. He took the hen mallards with back-to-back shots. Photo by Bobby Cummings.
Mark Prudhomme of Georgetown won four Grand National Calling Championships at the National Wild Turkey Federation Convention and Sport Show. Prudhomme won the Champion of Champions title, the owl hooting contest, the gobbling contest and the team challenge, upping his career total to 17. Photo provided.
Morton Weil of Mount Pleasant had a successful duck hunt at Bonneau Ferry. He harvested a banded mottled duck and a drake wood duck. Photo by Steve Weil.
Dallas Johnson, 6, caught this trout fishing with his twin brother Jude and father Bill Johnson near Awendaw Creek. Photo by Bill Johnson.
Jude Johnson, 6, caught this redfish while fishing with his twin brother Dallas and father Bill Johnson near Awendaw Creek. Photo by Bill Johnson.
Bill Johnson caught and released this nice redfish near Awendaw Creek. Photo by Bill Johnson.
Brock Haslett of Ravenel caught this flounder from Flounder Lake in Meggett in December using minnows for bait. Photo by Sabrina Cusack.
Chandler H. Ford harvested his first quail using a .410 shotgun while hunting at Pierce Farms in Ahoskie, N.C., with his grandfather, Julius Fielding. Photo by Julius Fielding.