March 26, 2014
Check out outdoor photography contest at the Palmetto Sportsmen's Classic
After you’ve gone to see Troy Landry from “Swamp People” television series, be sure and visit the South Carolina Wildlife (SCW) magazine—Hampton Wildlife Fund Outdoor photography Contest Gallery in the Ruff Building at the Palmetto Sportsmen's Classic at the State Fairgrounds.
SCW editorial staff and photographers will be on hand to answer your questions about the magazine or the annual photo contest, and we’ll have special deals going on magazine subscriptions that will include some neat, only-available-at-the-classic merchandise.
During the Classic only, you’ll be able to sign up for a new or renewal subscription to South Carolina Wildlife for the special price of just $12 for one year (6 issues). Plus, we’ll include the first two issues of 2014 AND a copy of the popular Wild Fare and Wise Words wild game cookbook with each order.
The 30th Annual Palmetto Sportsmen's Classic will be held at the State Fairgrounds in Columbia March 28-30. Doors will be open from noon to 8 p.m. Friday, March 28; from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, March 29; and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday, March 30. Classic-goers will find hundreds of exhibitors on site with the latest fishing, hunting and outdoor equipment for show and sale. Admission to the 2014 Palmetto Sportsmen's Classic is $8 and parking is free. Seniors 62 and over get in for $7 while children 10 and under are admitted free.
The Palmetto Sportsmen's Classic is sponsored by the S.C. Department of Natural Resources, Harry Hampton Memorial Wildlife Fund, Farm Bureau Insurance, WIS-TV, Clear Channel Radio, Professional Printers, Midlands Chevy Dealers and The State Newspaper.
- S.C. Natural Resources Board meets March 28 in Columbia
- Check out outdoor photography contest at the Palmetto Sportsmen's Classic
- Camp Wildwood of South Carolina open for 2014 registration
- DNR hosts series of youth fishing rodeos/family fishing clinics around the state
- Spring turkey season forecast fair, youth day March 29
- Brushy ditch banks, weedy field borders are beneficial to wildlife around farms
- March Madness is underway for weather observation
- Boardwalk at Dungannon Plantation Heritage Preserve closed to protect nesting wood storks
- Boating Infrastructure Grant Workshop on April 22 in Charleston
- Lifetime Fishing License awarded for participation in Lower Saluda Trout Study
- Spring turkey hunters should order tags now for upcoming season
- Adult-youth fishing open at Bonneau Ferry
- Antler measuring sessions set across South Carolina
- Freshwater fishing trends
- Saltwater fishing trends
- S.C. weekly tidetable
- DNR video
- Archived news releases