Features from March 2022
- Anglers along the Carolina coastlines catch plenty of whiting as March weather rolls in.
- Spoons are great lures for catching bass in the Carolinas, especially with these two methods.
- Crappie anglers catch plenty of slabs in March on Santee’s upper lake.
- Don’t put too much focus on the prespawn in March; bass will feed heavily most of the month.
- Carolina turkey hunters have plenty of public land available to pursue gobblers.
Columns - March 2022
- Many apps are available to make hunters’ lives easier and more productive when hunting and making food plots.
- Fly fishing in March means waiting for the sun and lowering expectations.
- Bass anglers look forward to March as the month to catch their biggest bass.
- Anglers can have a field day offshore in March during good weather.
- Kayaks, fishing rods and crankbaits go hand-in-hand for pre-spawn bass.
- Look for Santee’s bass in shallower water throughout March.
- This Tex-Mex porker rice recipe is a great use of wild hog sausage, which is lean and mild.
Outdoor Update - March 2022
- A waterfowl hunter in Hyde County, N.C. recently harvested a Northern shoveler that has tested positive for Avian flu.
- Youth angler "Flathead Luke" Langley caught his personal best 48-pound catfish while fishing at Santee on New Year's Day 2022.
- Seth Costanzo of Mt. Pleasant, S.C. set the new South Carolina state record for queen triggerfish on Dec. 6, 2022.
- Fishing in the Santee Lakes Catfish Club tournament on Jan. 15, 2022, angler Vern Reynolds caught a 106+ pound blue catfish.
- Carolyn Shipman of Sumter, S.C. is the grand prize winner of our 2021 Bag-A-Buck contest.
Hot Spots - March 2022
- Catch your share of black drum at the Cape Lookout Jetty.
- Mussels are an often overlooked bait when fishing for Lake Norman hybrids.
- March is a great time for slab crappie on Clarks Hill Lake.
- Anglers catch plenty of redfish and black drum along NC coast in March.
- March is a great month to catch plenty of redfish in Murrells Inlet.
- Anglers can have triple-digit days when shad fishing the Roanoke River in March.
- Catching lowcountry redfish in March is all about using live bait under docks.