Features from April 2020

Columns - April 2020

  • April brings great trout fishing to Carolinas
    Beginning around the middle of March and continuing through May, mountain anglers enjoy some of the year’s best trout fishing.
  • April: the shallow month at Santee
    April ushers in awesome shallow-water fishing for several high-profile species in the Santee Cooper lakes, and the odds of hooking fat fish in skinny water are extremely high.
  • Avoid top herbicide application mistakes
    Landowners need to avoid these common mistakes when creating food plots for their wildlife herd.
  • Catch spawning bass in smaller waters
    Wherever you kayak fish across the Carolinas this month, the most emphasis will be placed on bass fishing, particularly areas where a paddle boat and bedding bass come together in close proximity.
  • No April fool — Senko lure gets it done
    Senkos are great lures for catching bass in April, and the versatile lure allow anglers to use a variety of methods.
  • Put a cork in your fishing arsenal
    When it comes to inshore fishing, many anglers agree that it’s tough to beat a popping cork, and that goes for whether you’re fishing with live bait or artificial lures.
  • Teriyaki wahoo fingers recipe
    April is a special time for sportsmen in the Carolinas. Spring arrived a few weeks ago, and Daylight Savings Time has been in effect since early March. The weather is warming, and there are plenty of things to do.

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