Features from June 2023
- Try these Carolina waters to catch catfish in hot weather.
- Catch lowcountry redfish and black drum during June with these tips.
- Thanks to forwar-facing sonar, finding post-spawn crappie has never been easier.
- South Carolina’s bream action gets hot in June, especially for anglers fishing at these lakes.
- Black drum are often considered second-rate to the red drum, but that’s not the case at all.
Columns - June 2023
- Forward-facing radar gives some folks the feeling that fishing is nothing but a video game.
- This grilled bluefish recipe will convert non-believers into eating a fish that few appreciate as tablefare.
- Always be ready for the unexpected when fishing, and you’ll reap the rewards that others miss.
- Delayed Harvest waters offer some of the best trout fishing in the Carolinas.
- Kayaks offer many advantages for anglers, but getting their watercraft to the water can be an exercise in logistics.
- June is a great month to plant hybrid corn in duck impoundments.
- Get away from the crowds and catch plenty of bass on the Santee River.
Outdoor Update - June 2023
- June is time to apply for SC’s 2023 alligator season.
- As CWD continues to spread in NC, 2023 hunters are faced with changes.
- Congratulations to Karley Davidson, the winner of Carolina Sportsman's 2023 Tag-A-Turkey Contest.
- Two Carolina anglers died in unrelated incidents during the spring of 2023.
Hot Spots - June 2023
- The Nolichucky River gives up some quality smallmouth bass during June.
- Murrells Inlet is one of the hottest flounder holes in the Carolinas during June.
- Catch brown and rainbow trout on Lake Jocassee with these tips.
- Catching shellcrackers on Lynches River is a thrill for anglers using light tackle.
- An influx of warm weather and baitfish drive inshore species to feed along NC’s central coast in June.
- Sam Seamster shares his tips for catching crappie on Kerr Lake during June.