A look at some of the outdoor activities you can find throughout South Carolina.

Sport
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The Morning News recently ran a contest that asked readers to share their favorite outdoor picture to be featured in this Pee Dee Outdoors spe…

Ornithology
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Stalk-hunting ducks in flooded timber is an art form. You see how close you can move to the feeding ducks before you surprise them, and they flush.

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Many bass fishermen are moving away from power fishing for bass toward finesse fishing in the winter.

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I spend most of my fishing time on the upstate lakes here in South Carolina like Murray, Greenwood, Wateree and Hartwell lakes and Clarks Hill Reservoir.

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Crappie fishermen don’t catch crappie in the wintertime for many reasons.

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When crappie are holding on their winter pattern, in most lakes, the crappie will be at 12 to 18 feet deep on the ledges and/or under stumps and will be somewhat dormant because the water’s cold.

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Leading white-tailed deer researcher Dr. Grant Woods, today of Reeds Spring, Missouri, but formerly of Easley, South Carolina, uses the latest scientific technology to track deer movements and learn why deer do what they do.

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Through the years in any hunting camp I’ve ever been in, a track expert, who can tell the size, sex and age of a deer by its tracks, always seems to have been in residence.

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If you’re calling deer, you need two different types of calls: one a subtle, soft deer call that doesn’t have much volume, and a second deer call that’s extremely loud. As nationally known hunter Mark Drury of Drury Outdoors explains, “If the buck can’t hear the call, he can’t react to it and come to you.”

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A hunter can have the opportunity to take big bucks on what’s considered a small amount of land by following these tips: