• Volume 4 Number 3 - March 2009


    Palmetto State fishermen who wait for April miss the real offshore kickoff.

    The water temperature jumped about six degrees in the space of a hundred yards, the ocean went from a dark green to an azure blue, and beyond a wooden container that was floating along, the beginning of a grassline was forming.

    Lake Wylie’s reputation as a great early spring reservoir is deserved, according to bass pros from both Carolinas.

    If you’ve been around largemouth bass for any length of time, you’ve come to learn and dread a term that’s often used to describe fishing during the spring and fall: “transition.”

    Take these 10 tips from top turkey hunters, and your chances of scoring as soon as the season opens will be much better.

    At long last, after what seems an eternity of cabin fever, messy weather, and weeks my Grandpa Joe characterized as “a time when a man has the miseries,” the rites of spring arrive.

    March is prime time to put a herd in your cooler in the nearshore waters off Georgetown.

    As the seasons change, avid sportsman are confronted with challenges as they try to divide up their precious time in the outdoors.

    Savvy fisherman can take advantage of Lake Murray crappie closing in on the spawn.

    Spring is in the air, and crappie are in the creeks getting ready to spawn or already bedding, making it an outstanding time to challenge Lake Murray’s 50,000 acres.