Low Country Slam

(November 1st  to  December 15th)

Limited Availability

The Low Country Slam was put together to give the hunter the ultimate South Carolina hunt. This hunt not only provides the hunter with both morning and afternoon hunts for deer and hogs each day, but also gives the hunter an additional 4 hour night hog hunt on each day of their hunt using LCHL's .308 rifles equipped with ATN day/night scopes.

The hunt begins each day with a 4 to 4.5 hour morning hunt for deer and hogs overlooking key travel corridors and feeding areas. Once the morning hunt is over, you will be picked up and brought back to the lodge for a delicious home cooked lunch. Afterwards, you are free to enjoy the day as you wish until it is time to head back out for your 3.5 to 4 hour afternoon hunt, once again for deer and hogs. When sunset arrives it marks the completion of your afternoon hunt, but the beginning of your night hog hunt. Once the sun has set, LCHL guides will arrive at your stand to retrieve any harvested game to comply with the SCDNR. Once this task has been completed the hunter then begins their 4 hour night hog hunt. When the 4 hour hunt is over we will then pick up the hunters and return you to the lodge for another awesome meal while we take care of any animals you harvested.

Night Hunting Equipment is provide by LCHL at NO CHARGE

2 Day Low Country Slam - $1,290 per hunter / minimum 4 to 6 hunters

3 Day Low Country Slam - $1,900 per hunter / minimum 4 to 6 hunters

4 Day Low Country Slam -$2,500 per hunter/ minimum 4 to 6 hunters

5 Day Low Country Slam -$3,075 per hunter/ minimum 4 to 6 hunters

Hunt Includes

  • Home Cooked Meals

  • Comfortable Lodging

  • Linens (towels, washcloths, hand towels)

  • Bedding (pillows, pillowcases, sheets, blankets/comforters)

  • Game Retrieval

  • Transportation to and from the Hunting Locations

  • Stands/Blinds

  • Bait

  • LCHL's .308 Bolt Action Rifle equipped with the ATN X-Sight II HD Day/Night Scope (see rifle page for details).

Harvest Limit  (see FAQ's page for detailed harvest limit information) 

  • 5 Animals - per day / per hunter - 1 Buck per day, 1 Doe per day, 2 Hogs per day and 1 Hog per night

  • 1 Deer & 1 Hog on the morning hunt

  • 1 Deer & 1 Hog on the afternoon hunt

  • 1 Hog on the night hunt

  • Hogs must be 50 lbs or Better

            - Wild hogs weighing less than 50 lbs don't have a lot of meat on them.

Antler & Deer Restrictions

1) 6-Point or Better on all Bucks

  • If you harvest a buck under our minimum of 6-Points, there is a $250 fine payable immediately upon returning to the lodge from your morning or afternoon hunt. If you refuse to pay the fine, your hunt will be terminated without refunding any paid fees.

  • If you have any doubt that the animal may not be 6-points or better we suggest you don't shoot. We would rather see you not shoot than pay a fine.

2) Absolutely no shooting of fawns or button bucks.

  • If you harvest fawn or button buck there is a $250 fine payable immediately upon returning to the lodge from your morning or afternoon hunt. If you refuse to pay the fine, your hunt will be terminated without refunding any paid fees.

Hunter Shooting Policy

This policy is in place for the protection of our game animals, the management of our properties and to insure that all of our hunters make Accurate, Clean, Ethical kill shots during their hunt.

During the Daytime Sits

1) ANY SHOT at a deer or hog by the hunter is considered a fatal shot and counts towards the hunter's tags and daily harvest limits.

2) If the hunter shoots at a deer and it runs off, the hunter CANNOT shoot at a second deer during that sit.

3) If the hunter shoots at a hog and it runs off, the hunter CANNOT shoot at a second hog during that sit.

4) ​Each hunter will be allowed one wounded animal during their hunt. If the hunter has a second wounded animal during their hunt. It will be      at the sole discretion of LCHL on whether that clients hunt will continue or that clients hunt will be terminated. This also goes for any              hunter not informing us of a shot taken, a shot missed or a possibly wounded or dead animal. 

5) Absolutely NO shooting into groups of hogs!

  • This is also not a hog extermination hunt.

  • This leads to multiple wounded animals and ruins the stand location for the remainder of your hunt and any upcoming hunts.

  • We ask that you pick one hog out of the group, wait for that hog to clearly separate from the rest of the group, and then make sure there are no other hogs are behind it before shooting at it. It will happen just be patient!

This policy is in place for the protection of our game animals, the management of our properties and to insure that all of our hunters make ACCURATE, CLEAN, ETHICAL kill shots during their hunt.

During the Night Sit

1) ANY SHOT at a hog by the hunter is considered a fatal shot and counts towards the hunters harvest limits.

2) If the hunter shoots at a hog and it runs off, the hunter CANNOT shoot at a second hog during that sit.

3) Absolutely NO shooting into groups of hogs!

  • This is also not a hog extermination hunt.

  • This leads to multiple wounded animals and ruins the stand location for the remainder of your hunt and any upcoming hunts.

  • We ask that you pick one hog out of the group, wait for that hog to clearly separate from the rest of the group, and then make sure there are no other hogs are behind it before shooting at it. It will happen just be patient!

Results from having these policies in place

  • This has drastically reduced the number of missed shots and wounded animals.

  • This also eliminates the confusion of multiple wounded animals and blood trails in the same area.

  • Most importantly this helps keep the properties and stand locations productive.

PLEASE NOTELow Country Hunting Lodge accepts no responsibility or liability for a hunter’s decision to fire their weapon at an animal during their hunt. We will make every effort to track and recover your animal within logical reason and often succeed in the recovery of marginally hit animals. However, in the case that the animal is deemed unrecoverable or there is no sign of that animal being hit LCHL’s obligations will be considered fulfilled. 

License Requirements for a Low Country Slam - South Carolina Hunting License, Big Game Permit, Deer Tags

1) South Carolina Non-Resident Hunting License

    3 Day License - $40

    10 Day License - $75

    Annual License - $125

2) Big Game Permit - $100

3) Buck Tags - $50 for the first antlered tag and $20 for each additional tag if purchased**

    Total - $110 if all 4 tags are purchased (maximum 4 buck tags per hunter)

4) Doe Tags - $10 per tag**

    Total - $40 if all 4 tags are purchased (maximum 4 doe tags per hunter)

    **2 buck tags are unrestricted, 2 buck tags have antler restrictions

    (Restrictions are: 4 points on one antler or a minimum 12-inch spread).

    **Non-resident youth receive a base set of tags for free by request like resident youth.

**Youth Hunters under the age of 16 years DO NOT require a hunting license for hog or deer hunting.

**Youth Hunters under the age of 16 years DO NOT require a big game permit for hog or deer hunting. 

**Youth Hunters under the age of 16 years DO require deer tags for deer hunting. A free set of youth deer tags can be requested online through the SCDNR.

Note: The most convenient way to purchase a South Carolina hunting license, big game permit, and deer tags will be online at www.dnr.sc.gov. If you have any questions, please contact the SCDNR License Section at 803-734-3833 or licensing@dnr.sc.gov.

Typical Low Country Slam Schedule at Low Country Hunting Lodge

(subject to change during the hunt)

Rise and Shine

       - 1 hour and 30 minutes before sunrise.

       - Quick cup of coffee with granola bar or danish.

45 minutes Before Sunrise

       - Load up and head to the hunting locations. 

30 minutes Before Sunrise

       - All hunters are placed into their stands for the morning hunt.

4 to 4.5 hours Later

       - Completion of the morning hunt.

       - All hunters will be picked up at their stands, harvested game is retrieved and all hunters are returned to the lodge for lunch.

After Lunch

       Hunters are welcome to use the state gun range (if open during their hunt). sight see through the 26,000 State Wildlife Management                 Area or just lay around the lodge napping and watching TV.

       All animals will be field dressed, skinned and quartered or taken to the local game processor for processing.

Dinner

       - Depending on the time of the year dinner will be served before or after the afternoon hunt.

3.5 to 4 hours Before Sunset

       - All hunters are placed into their stands for the afternoon hunt.

Sunset

       - Completion of the afternoon hunt.

       - LCHL guides will stop by all the hunters stands to retrieve any deer or hogs that have been harvested before the 4 hour night hog                      hunt begins.

 

4 Hours After Sunset

       - Completion of the night hog hunt.

       - All hunters will be picked up at their stands, harvested game is retrieved and all hunters are returned to the lodge.

       - Upon returning to the lodge all animals will be field dressed, skinned and quartered.

Call now to book your Hunt

(803)-942-3800

Low Country Hunting Lodge

Garnett, South Carolina

Phone: 803-942-3800

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