Freshwater Fishing

A park you can count on

If you like getting away from the crowds, enjoy beautiful surroundings and don’t mind working for your trout, consider heading for the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The park has some great wild-trout streams, and the best ones are in the North Carolina section of the park. […]

Deer Hunting

Make sure it shoots straight!

Archery season opens in the Carolinas between mid-August and mid-September, and in South Carolina’s Lowcountry, hunters can take bucks with a gun on Aug. 15. Regardless, it’s time for all hunters to pull out the bows and rifles to make sure the eight months of downtime hasn’t dampened perfect accuracy. […]

Inshore Fishing

Fish current seams, inlet eddies on an incoming tide

The armaments that prevent many of the nation’s inlets from closing in always provide great fishing opportunities due to the very nature of how jetties are built and where they are located, and anglers in the Carolinas are lucky to have plenty of those structures: Oregon Inlet, Masonboro Inlet, Little River Inlet, Murrells Inlet and Winyah Bay, to name a few. […]

Freshwater Fishing

How to set up on a river bend

Tyler Schultz said all situations are unique but this basic setup enables him to effectively fish a prime summertime river catfish hot spot, an outside bend with deep water and woody cover available. […]