• Fishing

    Jim Brown caught and released this small sailfish from the Avon Fishing Pier.

    Angler catches sailfish from Avon Fishing Pier

    Rare catch was caught on common pier lure
    August 20 at 5:06pm
    Deep Creek holds a lot of nice brown trout, plus some fish that often approach 15 to 20 inches long.

    A park you can count on

    GSMNP is filled with top-drawer trout waters
    August 19 at 9:00am
    No boat is necessary for flounder gigging with these Hydro Glow wading lights.

    Night anglers, giggers have many lighting options

    Dock lights, boat lights, wading lights are all available
    August 15 at 5:38pm
    Fishing from a kayak is a great way to take the fight to the fish by manuevering in and under fish-holding piers and docks.

    Herding sheepshead with a kayak

    August 15 at 7:00am
    Tyler Schultze said North Carolina’s Neuse River is a flathead catfish paradise, with plenty of trophy class fish available.

    How to set up on a river bend

    August 15 at 7:00am
    Catfish won’t spend much time deeper than the thermocline, which narrows down places where guides like Chris Nichols target them.

    Use thermocline to your advantage

    August 15 at 7:00am
    Guide Joe Dennis catches plenty of great bream in deep areas of the Santee Cooper lakes where he’s hunting for crappie.

    Don’t forget deep bream

    August heat pushes panfish to slabs’ haunts
    August 14 at 9:00am
    Predator fish will hide behind current breaks and dart out into the current to attack prey.

    Attack summer fish

    Look for the coolest, moving water in August
    August 14 at 9:00am