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
Visiting Kiawah island next week. Heard fishing the Kiawah River near the inlet is OK. Any advice? Tackle and bait recommendations? Best time of day to fish? Best to fish when tide is coming in? Sort of new to this sort of fishing. Hoping to take my son so would be great to catch a fish or two!
I'm moving to the Charleston area from Belle Chasse, LA. I've been yak fishing here for the last couple years from Plaquemines Parish to Grand Isle. I'm trying to find out if there are any kayak fishing clubs around there. I'm ready to see if South Carolina is even close to Louisiana fishing!! I appreciate all the help.
On opening day the only gobbling going on came from someone else's property. As the sun broke the horizon, a hen that was roosted a few trees to my right broke out with a series of cackles, she flew down nearly to my lap, and proceeded to check out the two decoys I had set. Busting out above me, was a long bearded tom. He locked his wings, landed past the decoys, and left the scene. Talk.... Read More
After 3 years of turkey hunting I FINALLY got one. I gave up on turkey hunting on March the 2nd only to resume on March the 3rd. Good thing I did. He was a young one....about 1.5 years old. Shot in Early Branch, SC.
Capt. Robert Olsen of Knot@Work Fishing Charters is putting his clients on a variety of offshore fish off the coast of Charleston. A recent bottom fishing trip in 100 foot of water netted limits of 5 different species of fish, including triggerfish, which bit throughout the day.
Black sea bass, grouper, and snapper were also plentiful on this trip, and Olsen's crew landed the fish on a.... Read More
HOOT HOOT HOOT ~ Gobbler season is just around the corner. Get out your turkey calls and knock the dust off of your turkey vest. SHAKE IT GOOD FIRST and get the spiders out of it. Wipe off your slate calls and get a fresh batch of diaphragm calls wet. It's just around the corner and if you don't start now you will be RUSTY when opening day swings around the corner.
It's never too late to practice. That slow period between the end of deer season and the beginning of Turkey Season is a good time to practice. SHOTGUNNING :) You never know when you are going to need those skills sharpened.
When that first blast from a seated position misses the glowing red head of a spring gobbler, you may be required to back yourself up with that second shot. It.... Read More
Captain Mike Able has a NEW Maverick boat and it is making waves on the waterway. Mike Jr. has been on the water since he could stand in it, and has a true passion for fishing. It shows in the way that he works in it, on it, and around it. Managing Haddrell's Point Tackle and Supply most of the time, and spending the rest of his time chartering on the inshore waters of Charleston, SC..... Read More
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