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Floundering Around… A day on the Inlet

Floundering Around… A day on the Inlet

Living among the salt marshes in Murrells Inlet offers the perfect opportunity to fish the tidal waters. The summer months are passing by much too quickly, and soon it will be hunting season, which will abruptly put an end to any fishing excursions. So, we set out on...

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Black Bears and Blackberries

Black Bears and Blackberries

Apparently, I am not the only one who loves blackberries! Mr. Papa Bear is back this year—I have caught him on camera at a couple of locations near where I hunt. I have also noted the abundant blackberry bushes when driving the dirt roads at our hunt club. This has...

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Take it from a Female Turkey Hunter…

Take it from a Female Turkey Hunter…

The biggest communication problem is that we do not listen to understand. We listen to reply. - Stephen R. Covey Have you ever noticed that turkey hunters always talk about the gobblers and rarely mention the hens? It's interesting because we are all actually trying...

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Hunting adventures, innovative recipes, gear and apparel tips, & stories about the great outdoors

Life and Death at Dead Low

Life and Death at Dead Low

  A quiet stroll in my backyard was interrupted by a loud commotion coming from a pair of green herons. They were distress cries, and the birds’ panic and urgency were unmistakable. The marsh was alive with activity on this hot summer morning, but the dead low...

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A Moment in Time

A Moment in Time

There is something special about traditions, no matter how insignificant they seem. Every year, I set up a trail camera, inspired by our curiosity surrounding the mysterious little muddy critter footprints on the boat and ramp. Putting up a trail camera has led to so...

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MURRELLS INLET WATERS… What’s Lurking Beneath?

MURRELLS INLET WATERS… What’s Lurking Beneath?

A haven for just about all water sports, Murrells Inlet is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts. With the opening of public boat launches—after months of being closed due to COVID-19—the Inlet is again in high demand. Warm temperatures, gentle ocean breezes, and welcoming...

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Hunting

Will Hunting Sportsmen Save America?

Will Hunting Sportsmen Save America?

Before long, we voters will have the power to save America by showing up at the polls en masse. We will not be intimidated, and we won’t back down. By showing up in person, we will show our overwhelming support for politicians who represent the traditional values we...

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Fishing

Getting Schooled on Surf Fishing!

Getting Schooled on Surf Fishing!

Living on the beautiful South Carolina coast for many years has given me plenty of opportunity to enjoy just about all it has to offer. Recently I was on my morning walk on the beach, and it hit me like a rogue wave that I have never been surf fishing. I’m always...

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Lifestyle

Hunting For Precious Treasure!

Hunting For Precious Treasure!

2017 marks a milestone year for Trippett and Lindsay Boineau, our son and daughter-in-law, who celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary in May. Memories of their beautiful ceremony in Pawleys Island always make their visits back to the beach extra special. Spending...

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Dove Hunting

You Might Call Me Picky!

You Might Call Me Picky!

Picking feathers...It’s all about the skin and bones and hidden gems inside! Closing out the season. If you are a dove hunter, you know the feeling of anticipation for every hunt. Not all hunts are fast and exciting, and we often come home with just a few birds, so we...

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Hunters and Huntresses

She’s a “Day Hunter”!

She’s a “Day Hunter”!

Waterfront living on the gorgeous South Carolina coast is indeed a wonderful lifestyle and one that I very much appreciate every day! However, there are some minor disadvantages when it comes to hunting. I have to travel at least an hour and a half to hunt, whether I...

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Life and Death at Dead Low

Life and Death at Dead Low

  A quiet stroll in my backyard was interrupted by a loud commotion coming from a pair of green herons. They were distress cries, and the birds’ panic and urgency were unmistakable. The marsh was alive with activity on this hot summer morning, but the dead low...

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My Story

Hi there! I’m a real estate agent by day, an avid hunter on the weekends, and this is my blog. My passion for hunting is rooted in growing up in a hunting family with 6 brothers and sisters on a 250 acre dairy farm in Northeastern  Pennsylvania.

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