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Patrick Walters wins Bassmaster Central Open on Red River

Sporting his Phantom Outdoors cap from the Summerville-based outdoor apparel company, Patrick Walters of Ladson smiled as he hoisted the biggest trophy yet of his fishing career after winning the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Central Open on Louisiana’s Red River over this past weekend.

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21 hours ago
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Honey Hush wins $753,875 for 2018 Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament

Fender Bender made it a close call today after bringing in a big blue marlin to the scales of the 2018 Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament on the final day of the show, vaulting into second place with a 514-pound fish. Honey Hush held on to the top spot, winning the tournament with their 518.5 pounder.

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June 16 at 10:50 pm
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Day 5 of Big Rock sees no change in top 3 on leaderboard

At the end of the fifth day of competition in the 2018 Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament, the top three spots remain unchanged from day three. No blue marlin were caught on day four, and although one was weighed on day five, it failed to qualify due to being underweight.

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June 15 at 9:12 pm
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Donít get tagged out at the plate

It happens to almost every angler. You hook a trophy fish that has your drag screaming and your rod doubled over. The battle lasts several minutes, and you finally get a few looks at the fish, which you estimate to be one of your biggest ever.

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June 12 at 9:00 am
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Tips for catching spadefish on nearshore reefs and wrecks

Anglers are currently catching lots of spadefish all along the nearshore reefs and wrecks of both Carolinas. These fish typically only stay around throughout the warmer months, so now is the time to go, and you can find them on any of the Carolinas’ nearshore wrecks and reefs, some of which are within 10 miles of shore.

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June 07 at 1:27 pm
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Top tips for catching bass in weed-covered waters

It’s that time of year when a lot of fishing holes are getting crowded with surface weeds. This is especially true in areas that haven’t had much rain in a while. The water level drops slightly, and weeds that were already present are taking up a higher percentage of surface water, and new weeds are filling in as well. It can seemingly choke out a fishing hole.

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June 06 at 10:00 pm
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Tips for trolling for flounder without a boat

While family vacations are focused more on days at the beach, building sandcastles, watching sunsets with family members, and showing kids the finer points of body surfing, that doesn’t mean you can’t squeeze in some productive flounder fishing.

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June 06 at 5:00 pm
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What's your most frightening fishing tale?

Between the water, our own equipment, wild creatures that we encounter, weather, and even other people, we accept some potential for things to go wayward while seeking a tug on the line.

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June 04 at 2:25 pm
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