• Volume 6 Number 7 - July 2011

    Features

    Catch Jocassee bass at night

    Terry Dodson caught the state-record smallmouth bass, but he’ll never forget the day he had what he’s convinced was the state-record largemouth in his sights as well.

    The Wateree River is a bream fisherman’s delight

    Tell someone you’ve been fishing on the Wateree River, and they’re likely to ask how the catfish are biting.

    Bonnethead sharks provide great summertime action in Charleston area.

    After anchoring up in one of his favorite fishing holes in Charleston Harbor, Capt. Rick Hiott set about baiting and fan-casting rods around the stern of his center-console boat.

    Wondering what to throw this month in the salty marsh? Take a look in your freshwater box.

    A lot of fisherman in the Carolinas go both ways — that is, they target both freshwater and saltwater species of fish throughout the year.

    Fishing these North Inlet hot spots is well worth the boat ride.

    North Inlet is a little off the beaten path — if water can be beaten — but most South Carolina fishermen know how to find it.

    Broad River is a great place to catch the summer inshore slam: reds, specks, flounder.

    Summers in the Lowcountry are plagued with biting insects, high humidity and scorching temperatures; not to mention afternoon thunderstorms that pop up out of nowhere.