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VIDEO of dolphins beaching themselves to feed

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If you spend enough time in the saltwater creeks of the Carolina's, you may get lucky enough to see this some day. If you've got your video camera or phone handy enough to capture it live, you're even luckier.

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19 hours ago
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Striped bass dying off at Lake Murray

Boaters on Lake Murray may notice numbers of dead or dying striped bass in the water over the next few weeks. This is a result of what S.C. Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) biologists suspect is a combination of high organic inflow, dissolved oxygen depletion and stratified water temperatures.†

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August 25 at 10:51 pm
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The tide turns for Romain reds

While many inshore fisheries slow down when August’s heat peaks, Cape Romain’s redfish are far from taking a break in the action. With tons of baitfish inside the estuaries, redfish never have to look very far to satisfy their hunger, especially near the inlets on rising water.†

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August 23 at 4:40 pm
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Brush are holding crappie at Santee

August delivers “crappie consistency” to the Santee Cooper lakes. With water temperatures near or at the zenith for the year, slabs are ganged up around identifiable underwater targets in both Lake Marion and Lake Moultrie.

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August 22 at 9:19 pm
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Top plastic lures for inshore fishing

Soft plastic lures come in many different sizes, colors, and styles. With all of the different soft plastics on the market today it can be overwhelming or confusing for some anglers.†I want to cover a few of my favorite go-to soft-plastic/jighead combos I use when targeting reds, trout, and flounder.

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August 15 at 2:45 pm
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This 1 tip will help you catch more mountain trout

I lived in western North Carolina for two years some time ago. While living in the little town of Bakersville, which sits on the other side of the Roan Mountain from Unicoi, Tennessee, I mastered the art of fishing the small blue ribbon trout streams that ran through the area. The problem was, I only mastered it a few days before moving away from there.

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August 15 at 8:38 am
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Murfreesboro angler catches 90-pound catfish

In an attempt to locate cooler, more oxygenated water, Zakk Royce of Murfreesboro headed up lake from his hot spots on the lower end of Lake Gaston to the upper, riverine stretches. There, he found temperatures 5 degrees cooler in the old river channel and a solid bite that led to a 90-pound blue catfish on Aug. 10.

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August 14 at 11:24 pm
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Catch more Lumber River bass with these tips

Just below Fair Bluff, N.C., and above Nichols, S.C., a place known as Devils Elbow sits on the Lumber River. This series of sharp turns on the river has the Lumber running parallel to itself, and the flow of the water here offers fish an abundance of what they’re looking for in a place to make their home. And when fish congregate, anglers will find success if they’re willing to put in the time.

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August 14 at 9:50 pm
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