• Fishing

    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
    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
    The Pechmann Fishing Education Center is offering nine free fishing and boating workshops in June.

    Nine free fishing and boating workshops offered in June

    Pechmann Fishing Education Center is hosting events
    May 21 at 9:01pm
    Delayed Harvest trout water open June 2 in North Carolina.

    Delayed Harvest trout waters open June 2 in North Carolina

    Season will run through Sept. 30
    May 20 at 10:18pm
    Lindsey Edge, 6-years-old, of Laurel Hill, NC, caught this 71-pound blue catfish on the Pee Dee River at the base of the Blewett Falls Dam.

    6-year-old lands 71-pound catfish on Pee Dee River

    Junior angler's dad coached her, netted the fish
    May 17 at 12:33pm
    Kids can fish for free and register to win great prizes at these fishing events being held throughout NC in late May and early June.

    Free fishing events for kids scheduled across NC in May, June

    Sponsored by NCWRC, Neuse Sport Shop, USFS, and Trout Unlimited
    May 14 at 2:38pm
    Dock 6 at Portman Marina caught fire after noon on Monday, May 14 when a boat generator backfired.

    Huge fire destroys boats, injures at least one at Upstate SC marina

    Boat generator backfires, starts fire at Portman Marina
    May 14 at 1:56pm
    Guide Billy Murphy said the June striper and hybrid bite on Clarks Hill Lake doesn’t last very long in the morning, but it can be awesome before the fish shut own.

    Stripers, hybrids up early in June

    Clarks Hill action can be fast and furious this month
    May 14 at 11:06am
    Jaime Fijardo said Shearon Harris Lake bass will gang up on main-lake points this month, feeding up after the post-spawn period ends before the summer doldrums arrive.

    Shearon Harris bass turn active

    Post-spawn behind them, they’re feeding
    May 14 at 10:56am
    Tuckertown Lake still produces plenty of big bass in June, but fishermen have had to change some tactics.

    Tuckertown Lake bass adapting to changes

    New habitat has altered summer fishery on NC lake
    May 14 at 10:49am
    Dolphin are primarily a bluewater fish, but when nearshore waters off the South Carolina coast warm into the high-70s, they’ll move much closer to the beach.

    Dolphin push shallow off SC

    Warming nearshore waters attract hungry bluewater fish
    May 14 at 10:41am
    Conditions are perfect in June for Spanish mackerel to gang up off the beaches along North Carolina’s southern coast.

    Spanish mackerel numbers peak along southern NC Coast

    Break out the spoons for a hot Spanish bite
    May 14 at 10:39am