Final program report
South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, Dog Deer Hunting Stakeholders Working Group
Deer hunting--South Carolina , Hunting dogs--South Carolina
The use of dogs for hunting deer is a traditional form of hunting in the 28 county coastal plain of South Carolina. The activity is allowed by state law without restrictions. However, in the 18 county Piedmont dog hunting is prohibited. This prohibition stems from the general absence of deer in that region during the early twentieth century and the fact that once deer were present, there was no tradition of dog hunting in the Piedmont. The following report describes the process, outcomes, and recommendations of the SCDNR Dog Deer Stakeholders Working Group.
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