Shotgun Deer Hunting - November 24th, 2015

from admin
2 years ago
admin's picture
 
649 views

Please Read South Carolina Deer Hunting Laws On Private Land Listed Below Before Leaving A Comment. If you don't want to watch the deer eating, skip to 6:14 for the shot... Shotgun Hunting Deer Hunting on November 24th, 2015 in Georgetown, South Carolina. I shot a Buck with my Pro Magnum Shotgun. The deer ran away, and had to be dispatched with my handgun. An interesting hunt to say the least. Watch for the full video... I'm not sure if anyone else noticed, but right before I took the shot; the Crows went crazy. They knew what was about to happen... Deer Seasons on Private Lands Sunday hunting allowed on private lands. Archery and crossbows allowed during all seasons. Crossbows are considered archery equipment. Limit of 1 antlerless deer per day with antlerless tags or on posted either sex days. Limits listed include deer taken on private & WMA lands. Only 1 individual antlerless deer tag may be used in Game Zone 1. Tags are valid in Game Zones 3-4 beginning Sept. 15 and in Game Zones 1 & 2 beginning Oct. 1. Individual tags are not valid on properties enrolled in the Antlerless Deer Quota Program. Individual tags do not alter the daily (1 per day) or seasonal limit or change the type of weapon that can be used during special weapons seasons. Tags must be attached to the deer and validated as specified on the tag form. In Game Zones 1 and 2 it is unlawful to pursue deer with dogs. Baiting or hunting deer over bait is not prohibited on private lands statewide. Game Zone 4 - Private Lands (My Game Zone)... No limit on antlered bucks. Limit 1 antlerless deer per day on either-sex days or with individual antlerless deer tags. Archery Only: September 1-14 Buck only. Gun Hunts: September 1 - January 1 Buck only, except on either-sex days or with individual antlerless deer tags beginning September 15. 1 antlerless deer per day. Either-Sex Days: October 3, 10, 17; November 14, 21, 28; December 26; January 1

Add comment

Log in or register to post comments