Hi all. I'm new to the forum, and I thought I introduce myself. I've just moved to the Charleston area from Mississippi for a new job. I'm used to catching big cats, perch, bream, and the occasional bass, and I'm excited about find out what I can get into in the waterways and woods around here :-D. Being that the area is inundated with rivers and waterways, could anyone give me some.... Read More
The Full Moon this week has giving the Bream a bad case of fever, and a few of them today, came over to my house for dinner!! No live bait here, Rebel micro craws, Strike King bitsy pond minnows, and Bream bugs are all catching Big bream right now!!!
This week has been outstanding for White Perch, The fishing is smoking hot!! Half ounce spoons in 20 to 30 feet of water are taking alot of fish for the frying pan!! My past 3 days of fishing has produced approximately 170 white perch. Doesn't get any better right now!!
Cabela’s North American Bass Circuit will hold a tournament on Lake Lanier on March 22.
The 2014 Cabela’s NABC circuit is better than ever with expansion to the Southeastern, US with a new Southeast Region in its first full year on some of the best lakes in the area. Each regular season event of only 75 teams or more will vie for a guaranteed first place prize of $10,000 cash at EACH.... Read More
Even though it was a “tough day” of fishing with howling winds and bluebird skies, Roger Padgett of Travelers Rest was still able to pull in the winning fish at the February Jocassee Outdoor Center Trout Tournament.
Pagett’s brown trout weighed-in at 3.72 pounds and was caught in the Toxaway River. Pagett said that he caught the fish while trolling in 45 feet of water on a #2 flat brass.... Read More
Blue Catfish are stating to bite hard at Wateree Dam. May sure you look at Duike Energy Website to get the estimated time when they shut of the water to the dam. During that time the Blue Catfish will bite off of Nightcrawler. For some reason they seemed to love the Walmart Canadian Nightcrawlers.
Even with the extreme weather that Upstate fishermen have experienced, Lake Hartwell anglers are catching a variety of fish. The key is picking your fishing days when the weather is tolerable and fishing the creeks.
“They are killing the crappie on Lake Hartwell,” according to Randy Childers of Lake Hartwell Fishing & Marine in Anderson. 'Anglers are catching crappie in the creeks.... Read More
With weather getting colder and colder, the trout fishing on Lake Jocassee keeps getting better and better. Just ask Evans Lalas of Charlotte who hauled in a 5.80 pound brown trout to win the January Jocassee Outdoor Center Trout Tournament.
Lalas said it was a tough day of fishing because the trout keep hitting short, and he kept missing fish. Around 11:00, while fishing the Three Rivers.... Read More
“We got lucky and won!” said Brad McCall of Anderson with his partner Mike Durham of Liberty about winning the Hartwell Cat Chasers Tournament on Lake Hartwell Jan. 4. The team had three catfish that weighed 98.45 pounds and the big cat weighed-in at 38.95 pounds.
While others were carping about “nearly freezing to death” and frozen equipment not working, the winning anglers were not.... Read More
The White perch fishing here on Lake Murray is outstanding right now, with big fat keeper fish, just waitin to be tossed into a deep fryer!!! 25 to 35 feet of water is the key active bite! Half ounce Berry's Flex it spoons is the hot spoon right now!! Chartreuse seems to be the best color with the lake water being dingy to stained, because of recent rains! get on out and get some hot action!!
Jeff Bridges of Indian Trial, NC, won the Jocassee Outdoor Center Trout Tournament with the winning trout weighing-in at 4.42 pounds on Saturday, December 21.
Bridges caught his winning brown while trolling 25 feet deep with a copper/silver Sutton #44 spoon. Bridges said that he and his partner caught 15 trout that day, and five were “keepers.” “The trout fishing is just now starting to.... Read More
“Typically, this is the best time of the year for cat fishing on Lake Murray,” according to Capt. Chris Simpson of Fightin Da Blues Guide Service.
The catfish are scattered this time of the year and the fish will hit throughout the whole day. This is why Simpson will start fishing in 25 feet of water in the creeks and then move out to 60 feet in the river channels.
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