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Wahoo biting ballyhoo rigs out of Murrells Inlet

The wahoo are biting all along the coast of South Carolina, and a group of anglers out of Murrells Inlet has had a field day with them in the past week, especially around the Winyah Scarp. One local captain who has won several wahoo tournaments over the past few years, had one of his best days ever last week.

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January 28 at 8:44 am
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Anglers catching plenty of triggerfish on reefs

Bottom-fishing is hot for anglers fishing anywhere from nearshore reefs on out to the ledge, and one of the hottest species right now is the triggerfish. Triggers are being caught in great numbers, and it doesn’t take any special equipment or techniques to catch them.

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January 19 at 2:07 pm
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Add color to your marine electronic world

Anglers looking for livebottom, or any type of offshore structure, know how important it is to have good electronics in finding a good fishing hole. This usually consists of a good depth finder, but Capt. Robert Olson of Knot at Work Charters has another piece of electronics that he finds just as useful, if not more so. 

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December 15, 2015 at 7:00 am
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Paint them black - Catch December black sea bass off South Carolina’s coast

Many anglers view black sea bass as the scourge of the ocean, mainly because they are so plentiful and eager to bite when anglers are targeting different fish, but others view them as a good source of entertainment — as well as table fare. 

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December 01, 2015 at 7:00 am
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New state record spinner shark caught out of Little River

On October 9th a group of fishermen went out of Little River on a guided charter, with the Little River Fleet, in hopes of catching a few nice sharks. They had to cut the trip short when Evan Smith, of Hancock, Maryland and his fishing buddies caught a new state record Spinner Shark.

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November 23, 2015 at 10:59 am
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Three main steps to catching lowcountry wahoo

High-speed trolling is the ticket for lowcountry anglers looking for some offshore thrills, and the wahoo are playing along willingly. Maintaining the proper speed, finding schools of baitfish, and using the right combination of planers and lures are all factors in getting and staying on the fish. 

Jeremy Burnham of Mt. Pleasant has caught some big wahoo lately, and he said the abundance of wahoo is as good as it gets. “The wahoo are biting just like they bite in the early spring. This time of year is a lot like the spring as far as how the wahoo are biting, and in how we are catching them. We’ve caught two wahoo over 95 pounds in the past week, and we’ve caught plenty more in the 30 to 65 pound range,” Burnham said.

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September 03, 2015 at 7:52 am
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Gag grouper catch will dip, then rise; wreckfish catch will rise, then dip

NOAA Fisheries has announced annual catch-limit changes for commercial and recreational sectors of gag grouper and wreckfish in the South Atlantic management area, based on population assessments.

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August 12, 2015 at 3:04 pm
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Watch this close encounter with a big tiger shark off Little River

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Capt. Chris Ossmann of Fine Catch Fishing Charters captured this amazing footage of an 11-foot Tiger Shark while out with a party targeting spadefish.

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June 19, 2015 at 6:25 pm
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