• Inshore Fishing

    Speckled trout don’t move very far from areas where they decide to spend the winter, so fish them thoroughly and slowly for best results.

    Rewards await patient anglers

    February 15 at 7:00am
    Kayak anglers looking to compete in bass tournaments on local, regional or national levels now have a real chance to do so.

    Kayak tourneys spread

    KBS, KBF give paddling bass anglers a competitive stage
    February 14 at 9:00am
    Redfish, especially bulls, are one of the main species that use jetties as winter feeding spots.

    Time to head for the rocks

    Jetties hold heat and fish during the winter
    February 12 at 9:00am
    A new bill was introduced on Feb. 2 to change the size limit on South Carolina flounder.

    New flounder regulations proposed in South Carolina

    Bill introduced to change size limit for flounder
    February 02 at 10:25pm
    For ice pop speckled trout in estuaries on either side of the North Carolna/South Carolina border, the key is looking for warm waters.

    Ice pop specks - To catch cold speckled trout, get warm in a hurry

    Man-made marinas and canals along the North Carolina/South Carolina state line will hold plenty of winter speckled trout.
    February 01 at 7:00am
    High-speed trolling with lures allows anglers to cover water and still catch plenty of winter wahoo out of Murrells Inlet.

    How to catch Murrells Inlet wahoo this month

    Trolling at the right speed is the key
    January 26 at 4:29pm
    A number of species, like striped bass, are active during cold weather and should be on paddling anglers’ to-do lists.

    Prep for winter paddling

    Dress for success, plan a little, paddle all year
    January 14 at 9:00am
    Gerald Grenier, aka Jiggin’ Jerry, shows off a 9-pound, 1-ounce sheepshead caught from the Mount Pleasant pier on ultralight tackle.

    Shepherd the pier flock - Winter doesn’t shut down sheepshead action, especially on Mount Pleasant’s unique pier

    The Mount Pleasant Pier is ground zero or some great winter sheepshead action. Check out the details here.
    January 01 at 7:00am
    Take a winter surfing safari for Swansboro, N.C., redfish.

    Ride the surf for winter reds

    The breakers off barrier islands south of Swansboro, N.C., are full of redfish this month. Here’s how to find them and catch them.
    January 01 at 7:00am
    Capt. Charlie Beadon loves chasing redfish this time of year, for good reason.

    Lowcountry reds are there for the picking in early winter

    Getting them to bite can be challening, but rewarding
    December 21, 2016 at 4:18pm
    Winter reds will move into shallow water to avoid encounters with bottlenose dolphin, and they’ll actively feed.

    G’town reds are on

    Look shallow for big winter schools
    December 21, 2016 at 3:07pm
    Noah Lynk targets big speckled trout around the Cape Lookout rock jetty during winter.

    Rock jetty is the ticket

    Cape Lookout’s dominant structure holds winter fish
    December 21, 2016 at 2:53pm
    Guide Mark Stacy looks for trout around Little River in deeper holes where the water temperature is stable and food is available.

    State-line trout are hungry

    Deeper areas with warmer waters hold plenty of speckled trout
    December 21, 2016 at 2:20pm