Technique works especially well in cold, clear water When Willis Trapp of Camden, S.C. told me he uses artificial lures in conjunction with live bait, I kind of cringed. I envisioned a Texas-rigged worm/live minnow […]
The winter months are great for kayak fishing, but anglers need to stay safe, warm, and dry. Layering up and wearing the proper clothing is essential, and wearing a PFD this time of year is a must. […]
Cool weather and dropping water temperatures are a very good combination for December crappie on South Carolina’s Lake Marion. Anglers with a good game plan find that crappies begin to congregate into tighter areas around deep-water cover and score outstanding catches.
The November crappie bite is usually hot, and you’ll find no shortage of diehard anglers spider-rigging their way across lakes and reservoirs, but you’ll have little competition from anyone on South Carolina’s Wateree River.
For many anglers, fishing for crappie is an open water game. And whether they look for deep holes or shallow water with sunken brushpiles or stumps, you’ll find many anglers watching their electronics closely for any sign of fish or submerged debris that could be hiding the fish. It’s a great way to put crappie in the boat, but it’s not the only way. […]