Don't forget to come and visit the South Carolina Marine Association's In Water Boat Show on Daniel Island April 12-14 2013. There will be all sorts of new and exciting products available for you to touch and see. The event will be held at the end of River Landing Road on Daniel Island.
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South Carolina Sportsman Field Representative
Brian M. Carroll
Mount Pleasant, South....
As we get ready for mid summer’s heat, we do not only need to stay cool and shaded on the boat, but we need to be aware of other boaters and our surroundings. Boating in the wonderful Charleston Harbor can be a great time while at the same time is very hazardous. Always be on the lookout for the big ships, other boaters, heavy tides and choppy water conditions. While you’re in the harbor....
Now that fall is here, have you thought about general maintenance on your boat trailer before you put the boat up for the winter or take that last trip? If not, then you may be on the side of the road waiting on a wrecker if this is not done.
General maintenance on the trailer should be done just like maintenance on your boat and motor. Standard maintenance is to check the lube and the....
Unless you run your boat year-round, most boat owners start putting their boat up for the winter after Labor Day and before Halloween. If you are not a wintertime boater, then you need to have your boat winterized so that you will not have problems this spring.
Winterizing a boat is nothing new, but due to the fact that most gas is 10% ethanol, winterizing is more important than ever. A fuel....
Hi, I am new to the little river area near shore scene. I Did all of my nearshore fishing out of lockwood folly area. Can anyone share info., GPS numbers on areas out from little river that are productive for bottom fishing and lite line.
I will in turn share information that I learn . Hope we can work together.
Louisiana Marsh Guide Service
Professionally guided duck hunts located only 45 minutes from downtown New Orleans. Wide variety of species. Owned and operated by Mike Smith, 5 time Louisiana State Duck Calling Champion and Louisiana Sportsman Hall of Fame inductee.