Florence will have impact on hunting, fishing in South Carolina

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Botany Bay damage (copy)
Hurricane Matthew in 2016 left downed trees and other debris on land and in the lakes and rivers across South Carolina. File/Provided

I also began to contemplate our wonderful hunting and fishing opportunities and how they would be affected by a major hurricane. Looking at the forecast early this week, I immediately thought back to Hurricane Matthew, a storm that pummeled the East Coast in 2016 and brought lots and lots of rain.

Shortly after Matthew paid its visit to South Carolina, Charles Ruth, Deer and Wild Turkey Program coordinator for the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, said there typically “isn’t a lot of direct…

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