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The email on July 18th from South Carolina Department of Natural Resources said that I would be getting my deer tags in the mail soon. I was a little bit surprised, and somewhat confused. Wouldn't I need to apply for the tags online, or pick them up … more
Agricultural officials brought encouraging news to the South Carolina Drought Response Committee with several crops reporting the potential for the highest yields in many years. After reviewing the agricultural and forest fire conditions, and the … more
PORTLAND, Maine - Fishing managers say river herring are at historic lows along the East Coast, and their population remains depleted. An arm of the regulatory Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission concluded that herring are low in … more
PORTLAND, Maine- One of the most important little fish in the sea is in good shape. That's the analysis of the regulatory Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission, which reviewed the Atlantic menhaden population and found it remains healthy. … more
SENECA - Authorities say it appears a scuba diver who drowned in a South Carolina lake had part of her breathing apparatus tangled in a fishing line as she tried to rush to the surface. Oconee County Coroner Karl Addis said 43-year-old Angelia … more
HILTON HEAD ISLAND - South Carolina Department of Natural Resources officials are warning people to not interact with manatees. The Island Packet of Hilton Head reports that SCDNR veterinarian Al Segars says manatees are chronically fed and … more
Santee Cooper System (Updated July 14) Santee Cooper water levels are at 75.38 in Lake Marion (full pool is 76.8) and 75.32 in Lake Moultrie (full pool is 75.5). The catfish bite on the Santee Cooper lakes continues to be variable, with … more
Effective deer season 2017, all harvested deer in South Carolina are required to be tagged at the point of kill. The passage of the so-called "Deer Management Bill," in June 2016 was the culmination of a multi-year effort on the part of S.C. deer … more
GOOSE CREEK - Federal authorities are offering a reward for information about the destruction of a bald eagle nest in South Carolina. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says it's hoping a $1,000 reward will prompt someone to come forward with … more
KERSHAW - A teenager has died while kayaking as part of a summer camp excursion on a South Carolina lake. Authorities tell media outlets rescue crews were called to a recreation area at Lake Wateree at around 1:30 Thursday. About an hour and a … more
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