• Volume 3 Number 4 - April 2008

    Features

    Discovering longbeards’ daily travel patterns can give hunters a big advantage.

    Charles Grantham is no rural mail carrier, but he knows where most of the “tenants” live on the thousand or so acres that make up Lynches River Outfitters near Friendfield in Florence County.

    This popular offshore game fish makes its first big showing off Charleston this month.

    When considering South Carolina’s bluewater fishery, the dolphin is one of the more popular and frequently caught species.

    This is the prime month in the search for a Clarks Hill 30-pounder, and a top striper pro shares the prime tactics.

    For each species of fish, there’s a threshold that fishermen establish that makes that fish a trophy — one for the wall.

    The state’s turkey population has tracked like the bottom line of an upstart company. Even with the rise and fall, good hunting is still available, especially for late-season, public-land gobblers.

    Standing on the edge of newly-plowed field, the aroma of fresh dirt sent a message that spring was in full swing in rural Bamberg County.