Based in South Carolina, Jeff Dennis works as a freelance writer and photographer. His work involves writing for South Carolina Wildlife Magazine and conservation organizations such as the American Forest Foundation, South Carolina Wildlife Federation, Coastal Conservation Association and Ducks Unlimited. Visit Jeff’s web site at http://www.lowcountryoutdoors.com.
- Category: Wingshooting
- Created: 11 December 2016
This cutover cornfield hunt in rural Orangeburg County, South Carolina could take place just about any agricultural area. The Canada goose population continues to increase everywhere, which results in liberal bag limits for wingshooters. Goose hunters have to spend time scouting the field before any sunrise hunting plans can be executed, and while there is no guarantee that shots will be fired, it helps to know that if conditions cooperate then a box or two of shotgun shells is warranted.