Features from March 2023
- March is a tranisition month for anglers, and bluefish are great for bridging winter to spring.
- To improve your chances of success when fishing for catfish, follow these tips from some of the top pros in the Carolinas.
- March is the premier month for springtime slabs on the Santee Cooper lakes, and these tips will help you catch your share.
- Hickory shad migrate up the Tar River in huge numbers during early spring, and anglers can catch plenty with these tips.
- Patience and confidence are crucial parts of successfully hunting and tagging turkeys.
Columns - March 2023
- Sausage, made from either venison or wild hog, is the main ingredient of this tasty dish.
- Here’s a new take on home cooking for saltwater anglers.
- Today’s trail cameras are loaded with high-tech features that make spying on our hunting land easier and more effective than ever.
- Stripers, bass and catfish are all making major moves throughout March, and anglers can catch their share with these tips.
- Follow these tips to find your share of pre-spawn bass while kayak fishing throughout the month of March.
- Wild hogs are a blessing to some hunters, but a blight to land managers and other wildlife.
- In March, largemouth bass are preparing for the spawn, so they are feeding heavily and vulnerable to anglers who follow these tips.
- Wilson Creek is a National Wild and Scenic River, and offers great fishing for brook, brown and rainbow trout.
Outdoor Update - March 2023
- Carolina Sportsman’s 2023 Tag-A-Turkey contest begins on March 18.
- Stuart Vandyke’s 84+ pound Santee catfish is the new bowfishing world record.
- The 2023 Dixie Deer Classic is scheduled for March 3 - 5 at the NC State Fairgrounds.
- The NCWRC is stocking F1 bass into three North Carolina lakes, and the public can help.
Hot Spots - March 2023
- The smallmouth bass action heats up strong in March throughout the rivers of western North Carolina.
- South Carolina’s lowcountry speckled trout let their guard down in the spring as they feed up for the upcoming spawn.
- With bass in various stages of the spawn during March, Lake Hartwell anglers have plenty of options.
- Capt. Tanner Lynk of Noah’s Ark Guide Service shares his tips on catching black drum at the Outer Banks.
- In March, stripers run up the Wateree River to spawn, and they slam topwater lures all month long.
- The tuna bite really heats up in March off the coast of Ocean Isle, and Capt. Riley Adkins shares his tips on catching them.