• Volume 1 Number 4 - April 2006


    Lake Hartwell’s reputation for stripers, hybrids and largemouth bass is well known, but some anglers take advantage of its super-size catfish.

    Anglers can find a sporty fish that tastes as good as yellowfin in nearshore waters during April

    Another mild winter and April’s warming weather should trigger a feeding frenzy by specks that seem to be getting larger each season.

    Nothing’s finer than bass fishing at Carolina’s No. 1 largemouth destination.

    Yellowfins prefer a lot of action in the water, and pulling a large bait spread to entice strikes is just the ticket for some expert captains.

    “Hung-up” gobblers are so common in turkey hunting as to be cliches. Discover some experts’ tactics to draw them closer.

    April is the month to tangle with tuna off the coast and blast some bass in the lakes.