In It for the Long Haul

Rick Gibbons is a maniac. No, seriously — it’s official and everything. There’s…
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The Magic of Mentoring

That splendid sage of the Santee, incomparable chronicler of Southern sport, and longtime…
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Dogged Pursuit

The late autumn ritual begins with the participants taking the field. Flankers and…
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Et Cetera: The Not So Silent Stalk

There is nothing quite like the partnership between a hunting dog and his…
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The Elusive Bite

For many Columbia residents, fishing isn’t just a hobby, it’s a way of…
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Opening Day

Clay Johnston spent most of his boyhood afield and since then has never…
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More Drive, Less Worry

As much of the world presses on with shelter-in-place policies designed to stall…
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Support from the Sidelines

As summer draws to a close, sports fans’ thoughts turn to goal posts,…
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How Low Can You Go?

Bud Davis was in his 20s when he started playing around on a…
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Day Tripping for Trout

Fly fishing enthusiasts living in Columbia can experience some of the best opportunities…
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Living, Breathing, Jumping, Dancing History

When it comes to the state’s most well-known movers and shakers, two characters…
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Spellbinding Snakes

Youhave probably heard it before: “Snakes are slimy, evil, and out to get…
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