• Fishing

    Derek Eager, first mate of the Marshgrass, poses with the 110-pound yellowfin tuna caught out of Charleston in June 2018.

    Lowcountry anglers catch 110-pound yellowfin tuna out of Charleston

    Yellowfin, once common in SC waters, are now a rare catch
    July 01 at 11:14pm
    Take a kayak fishing workshop, learn to tie your own flies, build your own fishing rod, or attend a family fishing workshop in July at the Pechmann Fishing Education Center.

    Free fishing workshops offered throughout July

    Courses will be held at John E. Pechmann Fishing Education Center
    June 28 at 11:11am
    The jetties that line Little River Inlet fill up with sheepshead as the peak of summer arrives.

    Sheepshead fill up jetties at Little River

    Crustaceans are No. 1 on the menu for inshore battlers
    June 26 at 3:35pm
    Trolling with bucktails or live-baiting with menhaden will help you fill your Lowcountry fish box with Spanish mackerel this month.

    Two tricks for Spanish

    Lowcountry anglers will get plenty of nearshore action this month
    June 26 at 2:39pm
    High Rock Lake is full of channel catfish weighing 3 to 4 pounds, with a few bigger specimens showing up on occasion.

    Channel catfish: Take a stroll

    High Rock Lake produces plenty of quality July cats
    June 26 at 2:19pm
    Tarpon migrate into South Carolina waters in the summer, and Georgetown is a hot spot.

    Silver kings invade Georgetown waters

    Find schools of baitfish, and you’re on the way to tarpon heaven
    June 26 at 11:52am
    Intro to Fly-Fishing is one of several outdoors-related workshops being offered at the Pisgah Center for Wildlife Education throughout July.

    Free fishing, wildlife workshops offered throughout July

    Events are being held at Pisgah Center for Wildlife Education
    June 24 at 2:16pm
    Southern naiad is a common, native plant that occurs naturally throughout the southeast. The plant is often mistaken for hydrilla.

    Lake Murray mystery plant is not dreaded hydrilla

    It's also two plants, and they're both native to the southeast
    June 24 at 1:50pm
    Team South Carolina was the hometown favorite to win the B.A.S.S. Nation Eastern Regional held in Georgetown, S.C., but they narrowly lost out to Team Delaware by a single pound.

    Team South Carolina takes second at B.A.S.S. Eastern Regional

    Team North Carolina finished fourth
    June 21 at 9:07pm
    Anglers can fish for free in North Carolina on July 4, 2018.

    NCWRC announces July 4 as free fishing day

    N.C. resident and non-resident anglers need no license on 4th of July
    June 20 at 2:33pm