Wild turkey is prized South Carolina game, but once you get the bird cleaned and dressed, what there’s to do besides roast the whole bird? A lot says Chef Madison Tessener of Miller’s All Day.
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Nestled among the envelopes in the mailbox was a turkey call with a note attached that read "For Bobby." Bobby, our youngest son, was 9 at the time and the call was a Chatterbox, a gift from o…
You would get few arguments that South Carolina's wealth of outdoor opportunities is one of the big drawing cards for people who live in or visit the Palmetto State.
If you are looking for an outdoor family activity where the ever-present March winds aren't a factor, consider loading up the car next weekend and heading to the State Fairgrounds in Columbia …
South Carolina's turkey season is almost upon us and the S.C. Department of Natural Resources wants hunters to make sure they have the required turkey hunting tags.
S.C. State Duck Calling Contest
Fathom Offshore Rigging
My first encounter with the bobwhite quail certainly left a lasting impression on a pre-teen youngster.
It was a memorable year for outdoor enthusiasts with record-setting catches and significant regulation changes.
Johns Island County Park recently added a new feature that's sure to excite Lowcountry archery enthusiasts.
Bulls Island Archery Hunt
For many hunters of a certain age, deer were simply not part of the consideration when it came to the fall hunting season. Depending on where you enjoyed hunting privileges, you went out looki…
It's the time of year when many parents and grandparents are contemplating what should go under the Christmas tree for a young boy or girl. For those with an interest in the outdoors, that Chr…
Salt Marsh Sheepshead-Trout Tournament
Hunting is a big part of South Carolina's outdoor heritage and remains a big draw for newcomers to the state. And a big reason outdoorsmen are drawn to South Carolina is the abundance of publi…
Shan Burkhalter wasn't a bow hunter when he first heard about the annual fall archery hunts on Bull's Island for white-tailed deer.
For longtime Lowcountry outdoorsmen, the extreme high tides that soon will be upon us have never been known as king tides but instead marsh hen tides. King tides is a relatively new term, impo…
Sometimes it just works out.
When it comes to our natural resources, none are considered to be unlimited anymore. However, the alligator resources of South Carolina have been tapped for sustainable harvest for nearly a de…
From poor fitting camouflage to a limited selection of gear tailored to my female frame, I’ve faced numerous challenges growing up as a female hunter that my male counterparts haven’t ever had…
Sometimes we dream of great adventures that may require us to leave the state, the region or even the country. A beast we dream of chasing – fin or field – calling to us from somewhere else.
The early part of deer season is in full swing in the Lowcountry, and for many who take to the woods that excitement has been magnified by the opportunity to harvest a buck in "velvet." With t…
Combine science and art, stir in a love of nature and the call of the wild, and you have modern taxidermy, the preservation of beautiful animals, taken by hunters and displayed in all their re…
South Carolina's lengthy deer hunting season opens Aug. 15, and there is a big change all hunters need to be aware of. All harvested deer, bucks and does, must be tagged at the point of kill.
There will be several noticeable changes when the South Carolina deer hunting season begins later this year. The biggest change is that all harvested deer – bucks and does – must be tagged at …
Twins Pond Rifle Range Reopens
Many folks who turkey hunt will tell you that it is an accomplishment anytime you can put a mature gobbler within shotgun range, and they are absolutely right. Those same hunters will also tel…
All South Carolina sportsmen and women look forward to spring each year. Whether it is trolling around the fringes of the Gulf Stream for dolphin, working a trout trick along an oyster shell r…
The weather during the past week may not have been a good indicator, but spring will officially arrive at 6:28 a.m. Monday. And with spring comes some notable changes for turkey hunters.
While the deer hunting season runs from Aug. 15 to Jan. 1 in the Lowcountry, March is an important month for deer hunters statewide.
State Duck Calling Contest
State Duck Calling Contest
Lovers of warm weather might not have appreciated the cold front that swept into the Lowcountry this week, but a certain portion of the population was extremely happy about the chilly weather …
It won’t be long before television viewers nationwide will be treated to a 24-hour marathon of the movie “A Christmas Story.”
I received an email recently inviting me to join in the fun and festivities at a local turkey shoot. Still dealing with Hurricane Matthew issues, I had almost forgotten that this is time of ye…
With the Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s holidays coming in rapid order, I was reminded this week that another season enjoyed by outdoorsmen is at hand.
- Strawberry Festival snarled Mount Pleasant traffic but Boone Hall owner says blame unfair
- Extras needed for Charleston-filmed Stephen King series 'Mr. Mercedes'
- NRA supporters in S.C., elsewhere are blowing up Yeti coolers. Yeti says it's all a big mistake.
- Folly Boat to get new home. Announcement coming soon, says nonprofit
- South Carolina coach Will Muschamp not a fan of new kickoff rules
- Tons of explosives, chemical weapons dumped offshore South Carolina
- Porter-Gaud renames buildings that honored headmaster who allowed sexual abuse
- Carolina Gold rice makes state dinner appearance, and New Orleanians aren't happy about it
- San Francisco-based Teespring says it didn't mean to sell Dylann Roof T-shirts
- One of Charleston's most visible gateways may get a big facelift
- Betty's Eatery is serving breakfast all day
- Early morning blaze at St. Andrew's in Mt. Pleasant
- High Water Festival Day 2: the bands
- NEEDTOBREATHE Classic annual golf tournament
- Days of full fun at Lowcountry Strawberry Festival
- High Water Festival Day 1: the bands
- Snapshots from High Water Fest 2018
- High Water Festival's Low Tide Social