Cotsey Lalich is a seasoned outdoorsman at the age of 8. In the past year, the second grade student at Orange Grove Charter School in Charleston has harvested his first deer, caught his first sailfish, and is well on his way to tagging out for the second straight year on wild turkeys.
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The big fish are biting as anglers approach the midway point of the 2021 South Carolina Wahoo Series, and tournament founder Capt. Marc Pincus says the best is yet to come.
The South Carolina legislature has passed new regulations governing the hunting of wild turkeys in an effort to slow the population decline.
South Carolina used to have a fall and a spring turkey hunting season, and some states still have fall seasons.
While remaining the state’s second most popular game animal, South Carolina’s spring turkey harvest for 2018 was down about 6 percent compared with 2017.