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Power Pole attachment will keep the wind at bay for crappie trollers

Crappie pro Matthew Outlaw said his favorite tactic in any season entails tight- lining combinations of jigs and minnows along channel breaks and over the tops and sides of submerged timber and brush. The majority of the time — especially during the early spring — that exposes him to the wind, which can make tight lining extremely difficult.

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March 15 at 8:00 am
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Shad run is kayak heaven

Rivers along the coast of the Carolinas have always been great places to paddle. They offer scenic beauty, miles of water devoid of boat traffic more common to impoundments and areas around inlets, and most are home to some phenomenal kayak fishing.

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March 14 at 9:00 am
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The numbers game - Crappie fishing is a numbers game at Lake Greenwood in March

Unlike many tournament anglers, when Matthew Outlaw of St. Matthews goes crappie fishing, he likes to catch a lot of crappie. So, rather than concentrating on just getting 10 to 12 bites from bigger fish in a full day’s fishing, he’ll go for numbers and cull his biggest fish from them — a strategy that has worked many times.

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March 01 at 7:00 am
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Fill up your bait tank with big gizzard shad when targeting Lake Murray stripers

Striper fisherman Chip Bragg confesses catching big gizzard shad might be as tough as catching big stripers on those same shad.

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February 15 at 7:00 am
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Seven tips to better long-lining

Finding success in long-line trolling takes dedication in order to get a system that works. Once you’re comfortable with your system, these tips will help you become a better long-liner.

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February 15 at 7:00 am
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Kayak tourneys spread

The Bassmaster Elite Series and FLW Majors don’t have anything on bass anglers who fish from plastic boats, thanks in large part to two groups that have organized local, regional and national tournaments that provide a competitive outlet for kayak bass anglers.

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February 14 at 9:00 am
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Dreary weather, great fishing - February means dreary days, great striper action for Lake Murray fishermen

Most people would consider a cold, dreary day in February a terrible time to be outside, much less on the water fishing. But that sentiment doesn’t hold true for Mike Gault of Jonesville, S.C. A retired game warden, he looks forward to the nastiest days of the year so he can head to South Carolina’s Lake Murray and drag live baits behind the boat for striped bass.

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February 01 at 7:00 am
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Head ’em off at the pass - Long-lining is the way to go for prespawn crappie on South Carolina’s Clarks Hill Lake

Although he lives just a hop, skip and jump from Lake Greenwood, when winter begins to wane, Rod Wall of Ninety Six much prefers to make the hour-long drive southwest to fish on his favorite crappie lake: Clarks Hill.

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February 01 at 7:00 am
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