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How to net a fish the right way

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Netting a fish is an important part of fishing, and many folks don't put a lot of thought into how to do it properly. But many of those same folks also do it wrong, and doing it wrong results in losing fish.

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October 17 at 8:04 pm
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Johnsonville, SC hunter kills two trophy bucks in four day period

Marty Coward of Johnsonville, SC killed two trophy bucks within four days last month, and even though he’s not fond of talking rack scores before the official drying period has passed, it looks like they’ll both qualify for the South Carolina state record book.

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October 17 at 1:32 pm
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Slam that quartet

October is the month for trick-or-treating, but most inshore anglers are less focused on Kit Kats, Starlight mints, and bubble gum than they are on redfish, speckled trout and flounder. This is the best time of year to catch the “inshore slam,” and with a little luck, anglers can make it a “grand slam” by adding a black drum to their day’s catch.

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October 12 at 9:00 am
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Five-year-old angler catches his first 5-pound bass

When Brantlee Knight of Laurel Hill, NC was born prematurely, his parents had much more to be concerned about than watching the now 5-year-old catch a bass. But when Brantlee landed a 5-pound bucketmouth earlier this month, it was a moment Brantlee’s dad said is one he’ll never forget.

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October 10 at 6:24 pm
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Edisto Beach considers limiting surf fishing

The Edisto Beach Town Council is considering placing a limit on surf fishing from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. during the summer months between Memorial Day and Labor Day. The Council is citing safety issues and beach litter as reasons behind the proposed partial ban.

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October 10 at 3:42 am
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VIDEO - How to catch crappie in thick grass beds

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For many anglers, fishing for crappie is an open water game. And whether they look for deep holes or shallow water with sunken brushpiles or stumps, you’ll find many anglers watching their electronics closely for any sign of fish or submerged debris that could be hiding the fish. It’s a great way to put crappie in the boat, but it’s not the only way.

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October 09 at 2:00 pm
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Raleigh hunter kills lone gator of North Carolina's 2018 season

If luck was in any way involved in Ryan Pridgen’s success at bagging an alligator in North Carolina’s first gator harvest season, it was only in being chosen for a tag. Him killing the lizard was anything but luck; the Raleigh sportsman spent enough hours, time, and energy to locate and kill the gator that he’d qualify for overtime if the whole thing was a job.

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October 07 at 6:32 pm
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Upstate hunters kill 1052-pound gator at Santee

On South Carolina’s opening day of the 2018 alligator hunting season, Daniel, Jennifer, and Justin Cunningham, along with Rutt and Candice Iusti left Santee empty-handed and headed back to the upstate after a long but fruitless encounter with a big gator. But they went back this past weekend and filled their tag with a 13-foot, 6-inch beast that weighed 1052 pounds.

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October 02 at 9:18 pm
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