• Volume 1 Number 2 - February 2006


    Lake Hartwell offers plenty of action for striped bass along with opportunities to land big hybrids.

    When deer season ends, hunters still can be entertained by rabbits, squirrels, quail, ducks or timberdoodles.

    Every year hunters kill many trophy deer across South Carolina from the Lowcountry to the Upstate, but most are only considered trophies to the hunters that harvested them.

    My fishing partner slowly waded into the Chattooga River’s cold rushing water and pulled his knit cap down over his ears.

    Funneling down the back of my neck, cold February air provided more of a morning jolt than the hot cup of coffee I was cradling.

    If the weather gets wintry, nothing heats up anglers better than trolling for lunker trout at Lake Jocassee.

    Lowcountry reds and trophy bucks are just two of the topics that fill our pages this month.