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Keep your trip water cool

During a long day of fishing in the summer, all I want to drink is cold water; nothing quenches thirst like it. I’m a big fan of sweet tea and Pepsi, but when I’m genuinely hot and thirsty, they won’t do. A good, cold bottle of H20 goes down easy, keeps the body hydrated and leaves no aftertaste.

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July 12 at 9:00 am
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Youth angler catches 72-pound, 14-ounce dolphin

Lucas Duke, a 14-year-old from Dexter, Ga, has been dubbed the Duke of Hatteras after catching what is believed to be the biggest dolphin ever caught by a youth angler while on a trip out of Hatteras Inlet last week.

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July 11 at 9:47 pm
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How to fish a ruined inshore creek

The coastal inlets and creeks of the Carolinas have taken a beating from hurricanes and flooding over the past few years. Some creeks have been changed drastically, to the point that many anglers who once enjoyed fishing success in those creeks have abandoned them completely and consider them ruined.

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July 10 at 2:51 pm
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Top 4 tips for catching bass in weeds

This time of year, lakes, ponds, and even some rivers across the Carolinas have plenty of weeds on the surface. Lily pads and other aquatic vegetation can make for a difficult day of fishing with most conventional lures. Crankbaits are out of the question in these areas, and spinnerbaits and buzzbaits are tough to maneuver in the weeds too.

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July 05 at 11:56 pm
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Six Carolina anglers qualify for 2018 FLW Forrest Wood Cup

Six anglers from the Carolinas have qualified to fish in the 2018 FLW Forrest Wood Cup Aug. 10 - 12 on Lake Ouachita in Hot Springs, Ark. They will compete against 50 other anglers for the first-place prized of $300,000. 

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July 05 at 10:07 pm
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Jugging produces huge catfish for Pee Dee River angler

Catfish are popular species to fish for in the Carolinas, and anglers catch them with a variety of baits, techniques, and gear. Rods and reels are the most popular method, but it’s not the only way to put a hook in Mr. Whiskers.

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July 04 at 3:04 pm
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Top tips for lowcountry shark fishing

Anglers looking for a tug on their line that turns in to a tough fight to test their angling skills are finding that right now in South Carolina’s lowcountry.

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July 03 at 9:50 am
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Lowcountry anglers catch 110-pound yellowfin tuna out of Charleston

Offshore anglers used to catch plenty of yellowfin tuna off the coast of the Palmetto State, but that has changed so dramatically that very few have been caught in the past decade. So it was a big surprise to a group of lowcountry anglers at the end of June when they hooked and landed a 110-pound yellowfin while trolling in about 200 feet of water.

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July 01 at 11:14 pm
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