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Hunting Season

Depending on what Game Zone you’re located in, hunting season may either be well on its way or possibly starting tomorrow!  There are six Game Zones in South Carolina and each has different rules and regulations regarding types of hunts, use of weapons, etc. so be sure to check what Game Zone you are located in before going out on your hunt!  The SCDNR regulates set rules regarding harvest, bag limits, and other requirements for hunting.

Certain animals are only allowed to be hunted during legally established seasons, including deer, bear, beaver, bobcat, fox, mink, muskrat, opossum, otter, rabbit, raccoon, squirrel, turkey, and several others.  Some species are never allowed to be hunted, including eagles, hawks, osprey, owls, kites, and vultures.

Tomorrow is a popular day for either-sex deer hunting to start throughout South Carolina on private lands.  Keep in mind that private land rules and regs differ from Wildlife Management Areas (WMA’s) rules.  If you haven’t purchased your own hunting land in South Carolina yet, check out www.elliottrecreationalproperties.com for some great, low cost hunting properties for sale.  Next year at this time you’ll be glad you did!

Some hunting benefits of owning your own private hunting property in South Carolina are hunting on Sundays and fewer regulations, including deer limits.

If you’re gearing up for the start of the season and haven’t gotten much gun practice in yet, there are some great shooting ranges you should check out before you head outside.  You definitely don’t want to get out in the woods with a gun that hasn’t been shot in almost a year.  Check out the Pickens County Range, the SCDNR James O. Thomason Shooting Range, the Palachucola Range in Hampton County, the Manchester State Forest Shooting Range, or the SCDNR Belfast WMA Shooting Range in Kinards, SC.

Have a great season!