This Week's Circulars
Approximately 50,000 South Carolinians take to the woods at some point during the spring in hopes of harvesting a turkey.
Upcoming fishing and hunting events in the Charleston area.
Youth raccoon hunts sponsored by the S.C. Coon Hunters Association (SCCHA) and participating regional clubs begin this week and continue throughout the fall and winter, culminating with the S.C. Youth Raccoon Hunting Championship.
There are plenty of things going on right now for Lowcountry outdoorsmen. Deer season remains open for several more weeks, and the final segment of duck season reopens Dec. 12. But often overlooked is some outstanding bass fishing, and the places to go are the Santee Cooper lakes and the Cooper River.
Fishing events coming up in the Charleston area.
The S.C. Department of Natural Resources and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Serice have stocked about 102,000 redbreast sunfish in the Black River in Williamsburg County. The fish came from the Orangeburg National Fish Hatchery at Gilland Park in Kingstree.
The annual Charleston In-Water Boat Show will take place March 29-31 at Brittlebank Park and Bristol Marina.
More than 100 boat lines and approximately 140 exhibitors will be on hand for the show scheduled Friday through Sunday at the Charleston Area Convention Center Complex.
Bruce Jarrard used to attend boat shows armed to battle misinformation. Potential customers would tell him they had no interest in renting a boat. And Jarrard, membership d…