|Striper run is rolling into upper end of Lake Marion
275 Views - Posted: Yesterday at 8:15 am
Fishing success and a net survey by the S.C. Department of Natural Resources confirm the striper spawning run is underway on the upper end of Lake Marion, according to Steve Pack at Pack’s Landing.
|Ashley finishes off Hartwell win in dominating fashion
573 Views - Posted: March 09 at 5:59 pm
Casey Ashley of Donalds finished a dominating week in dominating fashion on Sunday, bringing home the biggest bag of the day and winning the FLW Tour event on Lake Hartwell by almost 15 pounds.
|Ashley takes commanding lead into final day of FLW Tour event on Hartwell
267 Views - Posted: March 08 at 7:28 pm
Bass pro Casey Ashley of Donalds moved a big step closer to a $125,000 payday Saturday by bringing in the biggest bag of the day on the third day of the FLW Tour event on Lake Hartwell. Ashley will enter Sunday's final round with a lead of almost 10 pounds.
|Ashley leads FLW Tour event at Hartwell at midway point
315 Views - Posted: March 07 at 9:03 pm
Weights were generally lower on Friday’s second day of the FLW Tour event on Lake Hartwell, but that didn’t hurt Casey Ashley of Donalds, who added a 5-fish limit that weighed 15 pounds, 13 ounces, to his leading first-day total to grab a lead of almost three pounds at the halfway point.
|Ashley takes first-day lead in FLW event on Lake Hartwell
774 Views - Posted: March 06 at 6:36 pm
GREENVILLE -- Three pro bass fishermen from South Carolina are in the top 10 after the first day of the FLW Tour event on Lake Hartwell on Thursday, including leader Casey Ashley of Donalds. Ashley brought in a 5-fish limit that weighed 21 pounds, 7 ounces, good for a lead of better than two pounds over Skip Johnson of Goodells, Mich., who had 19-4
|Patches of nice weather bringing out the best in Georgetown reds
166 Views - Posted: March 06 at 11:50 am
From freezing temperatures and sleet one day to cloud-free skies and 70-degree breezes the next, it’s another typical winter along South Carolina coast. On the nice days, Capt. Newman Weaver of Kingfisher Guide Service out of Georgetown is consistently putting fish in the boat consistently.
|SCDNR grades duck season as excellent based on WMA harvest
212 Views - Posted: March 04 at 12:01 pm
The S.C. Department of Natural Resources called this past duck season “excellent” based on harvest figures from WMAs across the state, with Hickory Top Greentree Reservoir in Clarendon County and Bear Island WMA in Colleton County leading the way.
|FLW Tour visits Lake Hartwell for 4-day tournament this week
289 Views - Posted: March 04 at 6:00 am
The Upstate will once again play host to 150 pro bass fishermen s and 150 co-anglers when the Walmart FLW Tour visits Lake Hartwell March 6-9. Daily takeoffs will take place at Clemson Marina in Seneca at 7 a.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and 7:30 on Sunday. Weigh-ins will be at Clemson Marina at 3 p.m. on Thursday and Friday and at the Walmart in Seneca at 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
|Crappie fishing on Hartwell is so good it's drawing striper guides
788 Views - Posted: March 03 at 4:25 pm
You know the crappie are biting when striped bass guides are taking time off from chasing linesides to go do some perch jerking. Guide Steve Pietrykowski of Fishki Business Fishing Charters said that striper fishing on Lake Hartwell has been slow, but the numbers and sizes of crappie he is catching is more than taking up the slack.
|Encounter with big porcine herd leaves hunters, dogs, hogs all shook up
1236 Views - Posted: March 02 at 10:08 pm
Hunter Shepherd and a few friends were hoping to thin the local wild hog population around Pinewood when they ran into a huge herd of pigs last Saturday, Feb. 22. Several miles and shots later, two hogs were dead, one weighing in at over 350 pounds, and two dogs had been injured in the meeting with more than 30 porkers.
|Broad River bronzebacks putting on quite a show
668 Views - Posted: March 01 at 6:01 am
Water levels and temperatures have fluctuated greatly on the Broad River for the past few weeks, but the smallmouth bass are still biting, and adventurous anglers are having success reeling in good numbers of bronzebacks and some big ones, too.
|Lake Moultrie's slab crappie turn on almost overnight
653 Views - Posted: February 28 at 6:00 am
The migration to the shallows for Lake Moultrie crappie has begun and slab crappies are being caught in skinny water. According to guide Chris Orvin of Moncks Corner, crappie are being caught in depths ranging from two to six feet, and some of them are roe-laden slabs.
|Bulls Bay redfish rewarding patient anglers
320 Views - Posted: February 27 at 8:03 am
|Bass pro Ashley pleased with performance in Bassmaster Classic
287 Views - Posted: February 26 at 12:01 pm
Rain muddied the water at last weekend’s Bassmaster Classic, but it couldn’t stop South Carolina’s Casey Ashley from a finish among the leaders. Ashley, 30, from Donalds, finished 11th in the tournament, held on Alabama’s Lake Guntersville. His catch of 57 pounds, nine ounces got him his second 11th-place finish in a Classic; he was fourth after the first day and sixth after the second day
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