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How do you feel about fishing around aquatic weeds?

Fishing around aquatic vegetation has always been a bit of a two-way street for anglers. On one hand, the shade and cover hold fish, but on the other hand, the vegetation can foul lures and trolling motors. 

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April 17 at 12:38 pm
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Youth hunter bags 23-pound gobbler in Northampton County, N.C.

Youth hunter Matt New killed his first turkey during the 2017 opening day of Youth Season with a bow, and he and his dad set out to make it two years in a row on April 7 of this year during a hunt in Northampton County. The weather forecast for that Saturday called for rain, but after a promising day of scouting on Friday, the two hunters decided to give it a chance anyway. It paid off.

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April 15 at 9:28 pm
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To braid, or not to braid

Braided fishing line is a mainstay among anglers, but this product has only gained popularity in the lifetime of many people reading this. Most never heard of braided line at younger ages, but they’re now using it regularly and would feel lost without it during certain fishing situations. But for all its good qualities, it’s not always the best line to use.

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April 12 at 9:00 am
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Species spotlight: warmouth sunfish

The warmouth is one of the more interesting and often misunderstood (and just as often, misidentified) species of the sunfish family. 

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April 09 at 6:30 pm
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Catch a tagged redfish, win a Sea Hunt bay boat

Catching redfish is always fun, but catching a tagged one that wins you a boat would be even better. And it can happen to you this year if you’re fishing in South Carolina waters and you’re registered for the CCA South Carolina Statewide Tournament and Anglers Rodeo (STAR). 

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April 05 at 10:40 pm
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Top 4 tips for catching bass on frog lures

Spring has finally gained a foothold across the Carolinas, and that means it’s the perfect time to cast topwater, hollow-body frogs for largemouth bass. 

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April 04 at 11:18 pm
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Youth hunter kills two turkeys with one shot

I don’t remember the first fish I ever caught. That’s probably true for many of us, especially those who did it when we were very young. One bluegill turns into a dozen, and before you know it, your memory is blurred. It’s not the same with big game though, partly because they don’t happen in the same numbers as fish. If you catch one fish in a day, that’s probably not a great day. But if you kill one big game animal in a week, that’s success!

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March 26 at 8:45 pm
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Waccamaw River slabs

For crappie fishermen, looking forward to spring is what gets them through the winter. And while the big reservoirs take center stage, the Waccamaw River from Conway, S.C., to Georgetown, S.C., is a hidden gem for slab seekers.

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March 23 at 3:12 pm
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