Deer Hunting News & History



The Deer Facts
Here is the wild facts about our local deer population.
Classification is Class: Mammalia, Average Size is Length: about 3 ft. Height: about 36 in. at the shoulder, Weight: buck 100-200+ lbs;  doe 80-160 lbs. There Food: Green leaves, succulent plants, tender woody vegetation, grasses, acorns, and agricultural crops

Habitat and Habits Deer are so adaptable that they are

found in almost any type of habitat.They like creek and river bottoms, oak ridges, pine forests, farmlands or
any other type of habitat that offers food, water and cover. They adapt well to suburban sprawl. In autumn, deer fatten up for the breeding season or “rut.”

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Outdoors Carolina

Misty R. Little

Sporting her recent harvested deer a big 8 pointer. She a Police Officer at Ocean Isle Beach Police Dept. and Duke-Energy at Nuclear Generation Group Because Misty is in Law Enforcement Preparedness minded people do very well hunting that’s because the most successful hunters are the ones who carefully plan and prepare
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Brandy Barnhill White

Today's Big story.
HARVESTED IN Eastern Carolina
We at Whiteville Daily News appreciate this gift of knowledge and the picture given to us.
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Clyd Adams
Clyde "Doc" Adams
Here with his big nine pointer.

Sometimes you can find him in the swamp up to his knees. Whatever it takes this man goes for it.

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Jonathan Nobles - Big Bucks

Deer stepped out in a field at 5:15 , walking away from me and I shot him out of a ground blind at 160 yards with a 308 rifle.  As far as location I want to keep it anonymous.  > > >


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Jonathan Nobles - Big Bucks

Bucks In The Rut When bucks are in the rut they are astoundingly single-mind individuals.
War is in there heart for love


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Sidney McLean

Today's Big story.
Hunters like Mr. McLean are very important to Columbus County in the effort of food gathering and deer management.
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