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Held without bail? Great!

Even though they vary in size and quality, spinning reels are some of the most-basic fishing tools for both inshore and offshore anglers, no matter what species is being targeted. But there are actually two distinct versions of this reel; bailed spinning reels are the most common to see in South Carolina waters, but bail-less versions are becoming more popular.

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9 hours ago
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This 1 tip will put more winter redfish in your boat

Soft plastic lures are great redfish baits, whether fished under a popping cork or on their own. While they are effective year-round, they can be especially effective during the cold-weather months when not a whole lot of baitfish are in the area. But one trick that many anglers don’t think about can make these lures even more deadly.

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18 hours ago
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3 universities from Carolinas qualify for 2017 FLW College Fishing National Championship

Three college fishing teams from the Carolinas have qualified for the 2017 FLW College Fishing National Championship after finishing in the top 10 last month at the FLW College Fishing Southeastern Conference Opener on Crescent Lake in Florida.

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Yesterday at 10:47 am
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Sumter angler catches 4-pound crappie from Santee River

While the Santee Cooper lakes might be the crown jewels of the South when it comes to catching slab crappie, it was the Santee River that gave up a 4-pound trophy to Jeff Sanford of Sumter last Thursday, Jan. 28.

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February 03 at 7:22 am
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Are you using the right fishing weights?

Using weights to keep your fishing bait on or near the bottom is a good tactic for getting in the strike zone, but sometimes it just aids in getting your rig hung up in debris. A number of solutions are out there, and although it’s impossible to avoid getting hung up 100% of the time, using the proper type of weight can certainly reduce it.

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February 01 at 10:36 pm
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Catch more schooling redfish with these tips

Redfish are traveling in schools in the Charleston area, and anglers are finding them willing to bite as long as the fish don’t feel too crowded, and as long as the anglers have more patience than normal.

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February 01 at 9:29 pm
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Donít aim too low - Low tide isnít the only tide to target winter redfish around Georgetown

When February rolls around in South Carolina’s tidal marshes, the pressure is on for redfish. With groceries scarce and hundreds of anglers ready to rip some lips, they become easy targets for those using the correct tactics. But the typical low-tide approach may not always be the best opportunity during the dead of winter.

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February 01 at 7:00 am
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Drop deep for winter crappie in South Carolina reservoirs

It may seem like the dead of winter to most anglers as January slowly rolls over into February, but in the deep depths of most lakes and reservoirs across the Palmetto State, the first urges of spring spawning are beginning to bloom, which means crappie, which never go completely inactive in the winter, begin to stir.

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February 01 at 7:00 am
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