Hunters across the Carolinas have just a few more days to spend in the woods hunting squirrels. With deer season long gone, fewer hunters are in the woods, and most of the foliage has fallen from all the trees. This makes a tree-bound squirrel easier to spot and to shoot.
Paul Van Reenen grew up in South Africa, and has fished all over the world, catching over 500 different species of fish on several continents. Still, he wasn’t happy with the overall selection of lures available, so he moved to the United States and began his own lure company.
Have you ever caught a fish of a lifetime? How about had a 100-fish day? Many anglers spend a lot of time fishing throughout their lives, and a lot of them can never make claim to either of those statements. But it’s not that hard for an angler to do either, if they follow one tip from the most mobile fishing guide in the Carolinas.
February can dish out some brutal weather, but as winter slowly loosens its grip, bass fishing can be phenomenal. This is a transition month for bass fanatics across South Carolina, and it might be the one month when location means more than ever. Sparkleberry Swamp and the other nearby swamps of the Santee Cooper region should be on your list of February fishing destinations.
A Tennessee hunter’s 47-point whitetail buck has officially been accepted as the new hunter-taken, non-typical world record by the Boone and Crockett Club after being scored by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency’s B&C scorers.
Anglers who fish long enough in the Carolinas are sometimes lucky enough to catch a fish that has been tagged before. It's always nice to see that the fish you just caught was caught, tagged, and released at some point in the past, and if you're interested enough, you can find out the history of that fish's tagging.
The shout of “pull” followed by an orange disc sailing against the backdrop of pine trees and blue sky, the report of a shotgun, and the orange disc turning to dust filled the air in Eastover, S.C. last Tuesday on the grounds of a once-proud sporting clays club. That club has been replaced, renovated, and is better than ever.
This time of year, many saltwater anglers spend their free time catching up on household chores, doing annual maintenance on their boats and fishing gear or watching fishing shows, longing for a break in the weather so they can get out on the water, hoping to feel a tug on their line.