Columns

Some implements are necessities

Rural properties contain roads, fields, ditches and all kinds of other features that become weathered over time and need attention. And hunters can’t always maintain shooting lanes, food plots, and trails with hand tools. […]

Cajun spice
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A delicious dish of Cajun spice

Carolina winters feature some cold days, but mostly, there are only a few at a time, with more moderate and occasionally downright warm days separating them. Still, it’s nice to come inside for lunch or dinner and have a meal that is tasty, filling and warms you to the soles of your feet. […]

February Santee
Bass Fishing

February is a promising month for Santee anglers

Despite the winter weather typically associated with February, the trend for improved fishing brings tangible results in February to the Santee Cooper lakes. February usually begins with largemouth bass and crappie in a sluggish “can-be-caught” mode, but by the middle to the end of the month,  some early, prespawn movement occurs. […]

sheepshead
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Sheepshead – winter’s saving grace

February can be a brutal month for anglers in the Carolinas, but one fish that is available year-round and bites well during cold weather is sheepshead. They are in our inshore waters as well as around nearshore and offshore reefs this time of year. […]