We had a business group fish today. The rain started when we left the dock and was raining when we got back. It's a lot easier to handle the rain when you are catching fish. Still using down rods in that 40-50' of water with blue back heron.
I will be visiting S.C. in March and would like to know the best places to go shad fishing. Should I bring a boat or are there places that can be fished from the shore. Any and all help would be appreciated.
Catfish are moving into shallow water; with the full moon in 10 days I expect that good numbers of catfish to be caught on Easter weekend. Some fish can still be found in deeper water working their way in shallow. Monday the 30th of March is the first day of the Big Fish Big Bucks derby that will last for 28 days on Santee Cooper Lakes Marion and Moultrie. For more info go to....
I tried to explain to people that it was going to rain this morning at the coast, but not where I was going to go fishing. Oh no, it's going to rain and I don't want to fish in the rain. Ok, BoBo and I got in the truck and we went fishing by ourselves. And thankfully, I was right..... It never rained the whole time BoBo and I were fishing....
White Perch fishing here on Lake Murray is on fire!
Overcast days put these fish up into the 15 to 20 foot range, and the action on half ounce Berry's Flex it spoons is fast and furious! Sunny Days puts them out into the 25 to 35 foot range. Great action! just out deeper!! These fish are some great eating! Pure white meat! Get on out and take advantage of this fishing while you can!
Hey fellas, my name is daniel and i am a student at Bob Jones University, i am a native of Illinois. I grew up there hunting and fishing all my life, but have recently moved down to South Carolina to the Greenville area to pursue a degree in Bible at BJU. I was wondering if anyone would be kind enough to take me fishing, im not asking you guys to give up your honey holes, im just trying to....
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!!!
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....
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!!