To Play or Not to Play

The United States of America is a nation in love with sports. Each year…
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Stick to Your Guns

Hunting has a rich heritage in America. Obviously, early settlers hunted for food, and…
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Meet the Muschamps

“I have to put my whole hand on his leg,” wife Carol confides,…
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Teamwork Triumphs

The highs and lows of the 2016–2017 athletic sports calendar reached both impressive…
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South Carolina Celebrities

Nothing in nature compares to capturing beautiful photographs of wildlife. Add in brilliant…
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Give Me Some Space!

How much water is enough water? In fishing, it’s all relative. Truth be…
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The Social Event of the Season

Waking up on an early spring Saturday, packing the car for a fun-filled…
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A Covey Rise

In the South, when someone says they’re going “bird hunting,” it means only…
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Pushed to the Limit

When stepping up to the starting line, there are miles of terrain that…
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Et Cetera: Old Timers

Doubles, preferably side-by-sides, are the traditional shotguns used for bird hunting. Parker, Fox,…
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The Sport of Kings

Falconry is an art. It requires copious time, an all-consuming devotion and a…
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Positive Coaches

The coaches who seem to grab headlines most often are the ones who…
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