• Carolina Fishing

    Pisgah Wildlife Education Center offering free November workshops

    The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission’s Pisgah Center for Wildlife Education is offering free outdoor-related workshops for people of all ages and skill levels throughout the month of November. Online registration is required for the workshops, which are open on a first-come, first-served basis.

    December 31, 1969 at 6:00pm

    How to catch more Waccamaw River crappie

    Anglers looking for some hot crappie fishing can find it on South Carolina’s Waccamaw River, and even though the fish are hungry and biting, this river is widely ignored by anglers who like to catch these paper-mouthed panfish.

    December 31, 1969 at 6:00pm

    SC angler Bradford Beavers wins Costa FLW Series Championship

    Bradford Beavers of Ridgeville, S.C. was the only angler in the Costa FLW Series Championship on Kentucky Lake to catch a 5-fish limit on day three of the tournament, and that pushed his total weight for the event to 45 pounds, 12 ounces, which earned him his biggest win of his young career. 

    December 31, 1969 at 6:00pm

    Top 3 keys to catching more shrimp

    Plenty of shrimp are still in the lowcountry creeks and bays of South Carolina, and even though shrimp baiting season is in for another several days, you can catch them without baiting. Amy Anderson of Mt. Pleasant catches plenty of shrimp without bait, and said three main keys keep her on the shrimp.

    December 31, 1969 at 6:00pm

    There’s nothing ‘false’ about albacore bite around Cape Lookout this month

    Many saltwater gamefish species that live in North Carolina’s inshore coastal waters will head for the ocean in November, going through inlets following waves of migrating baitfish. 

    December 31, 1969 at 6:00pm

    Time to pick a swimbait

    The weather is really starting to cool down in November, and the baitfish are really starting to move. The middle of the month is really when you see them getting into creeks and ditches. 

    December 31, 1969 at 6:00pm

    Rockin’ the Carolinas

    Fall is a lot of things to a lot of different outdoorsmen, but for landlocked linesider fans, November’s cooling waters mean that hungry striped bass, aka rockfish, and their test-tube cousins, hybrid bass, will be moving into shallower water in search of prey.

    December 31, 1969 at 6:00pm

    It’s trout time - Take time to target shallow Carolina specks in November.

    With November comes the best shallow-water speckled trout fishing of the year, and after a few mild winters, the fish are healthy, fat and plentiful. As the water cools, specks are active, schooled up and gorging themselves in anticipation of cold, winter weather. Whether you target trout with popping corks and bait, jigheads with plastic trailers on spinning or baitcasting tackle, or fly rods, the action is as good as it gets.

    December 31, 1969 at 6:00pm

    Catch state-line fall flounder

    Fall fishing is in full swing along the Carolina coast, and although many anglers think about king mackerel, speckled trout and spots, flounder fishing can be fantastic; it’s the time when many of the biggest specimens make it into the boat.

    December 31, 1969 at 6:00pm

    November: prime time for super grouper

    John Mallette’s love affair with grouper began when he was a teen on Topsail Island, where his family once owned Ocean City Pier. He took a trip with Joe Hifko, a noted fisherman, and was hooked right away.

    December 31, 1969 at 6:00pm