North Carolina is a hunter's paradise
Hunting is not only a challenge for many people, it gives them a chance to relax and focus on something besides the daily grind of work and everyday life. Hunting can be like a vacation for weekend or for a few hours after work. It can also give you a chance to be with friends and family who are just as busy as you are.
While some people grew up in North Carolina where hunting was used to supply meat for the table, others have found it to be a rewarding experience later in life. Hunting is an activity that many people choose for recreational purposes. Deer hunting is the most popular type of hunting in North Carolina. The white tail deer continues to be a great catch, but its challenges often make it nearly impossible to capture. North Carolina has some of the best deer hunting in the United States. You may not see that big buck every hunt, but your chances of seeing bucks is higher.
With more than two million acres of game lands open to public hunting, North Carolina is considered by many to be a hunter's paradise. The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission enhances hunting opportunities throughout the state by offering a wide range of hunts through its "Special Hunt Opportunities in North Carolina" program. General hunts are offered throughout the state for bear, deer, dove, small game, Canada geese, tundra swan, turkey, waterfowl as well as furbearer trapping opportunities. Youth hunts are offered for participants accompanied by an adult. Disabled Sportsman hunts are offered to hunters who possess one of the following: a Disabled Veteran or Totally Disabled Lifetime license; or a Disabled Sportsman Hunt Certification in addition to a valid hunting license.
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