• Fishing

    Capt. Brent Ballay and Meredith Ballay, of Cast n Blast Fishing Charters in Venice, LA both accomplished anglers, recommend Cool Breeze performance shirts.

    Record Breaking Heat  - And Summer Just Started

    3 things you should know
    June 05 at 1:13pm
    Weather, and other factors, can turn a fun fishing trip into a scary one rather quickly.

    What's your most frightening fishing tale?

    Scary things sometimes happen during fishing trips
    June 04 at 2:25pm
    Shimano Exage baitcasting rods

    Shimano Exage baitcasting rods

    June 01 at 7:00am
    Kahara Diving Frog

    Kahara Diving Frog

    June 01 at 7:00am
    Summer bass under docks deserve your best shot.

    Take a shot at summer bass

    ‘Shoot’ your bait back into the dark recesses under a dock, and you’ll get more looks from hungry bass that dig the shade. Here’s how.
    June 01 at 7:00am
    Deep brush will always hold fish, even during the spring.

    Brush up on summer slabs

    With the crappie spawn in your rearview mirror, it’s time to look deeper, and brush piles are tough to beat, especially to find gangs of nice fish.
    June 01 at 7:00am
    Crappie fishing at night is a great option for Carolina anglers.

    Slabs and nightstalkers

    Join the ‘midnight shift’ and catch crappie after dark through the summer. Here’s how to get up to speed.
    June 01 at 7:00am
    Lipless crankbaits are good for bringing in saltwater predators like redfish.

    Time to trap a redfish

    Lipless crankbaits aren’t just bass baits; they’ll foll plenty of redfish in the Carolinas.
    June 01 at 7:00am
    Bluewater fishermen in the Carolinas all look forward to the ‘Day of the Dolphin.’

    Day of the dolphin

    Late spring and early summer are great times to kick off the offshore fishing season off the Carolinas coast by targeting some colorful, pelagic fish that provide plenty of excitement to any tripo.
    June 01 at 7:00am
    New River anglers are ready for North Carolina’s speckled trout season to re-open June 15.

    Gator getting’ time

    The re-opening of the season for spotted seatrout this month means New River anglers are ready to show that their waters are North Carolina’s best for huge specks.
    June 01 at 7:00am
    Big crankbaits start to play a bigger role in bass fishermen’s plans in June, because they’re perfectly suited for finding and catching hungry bass.

    June has so much to offer anglers

    Choose your weapon; bass will be biting
    June 01 at 7:00am


    June 01 at 7:00am
    For the first time in nearly two years, all 46 counties in South Carolina are drought free.

    All 46 SC counties are drought free

    Entire state is free of drought for first time in nearly two years
    May 31 at 11:06pm
    The free kids fishing vent is June 9 at the Neuseway Nature Park's main pond.

    Neuseway Nature Park presents kids’ fishing event on June 9

    Pond will be stocked prior to event
    May 31 at 10:33pm
    Fliers are small panfish that have a distinct look, and are sometimes misidentified as crappie.

    Species spotlight: flier

    This little-known panfish is small in size, tasty on the table
    May 30 at 10:09pm
    The SCDNR sunk the Gen. Oglethorpe off the coast of Charleston as an addition to Comanche Reef.

    106-foot tugboat sunk as addition to Comanche Reef

    Artificial reefs play important role for fish, anglers, and divers
    May 29 at 10:31pm