Susan Richards becomes part of artificial reef Blue skies, high spirits and a gallon bag of boiled peanuts made for a successful afternoon last week as a group of onlookers watched the Susan Richards disappear […]
Register for the 2019 CCA SC STAR tournament for your chance to win a Sea Hunt bay boat package valued at over $40,000. All you have to do is be one of the first two anglers to catch one of their tagged redfish this summer. […]
CCA South Carolina’s 2018 STAR Tournament ended Monday, and for the second year in a row, none of the registered anglers caught a STAR tagged fish that is worth a Sea Hunt boat package worth over $40,000.
This past January, record cold weather set in across the Southeast causing a noticeable fish kill along the entire Palmetto State coast and calling into question the future of several popular species of fish important to recreational saltwater anglers.
The first efforts from Shimano’s recently announced financial support to conservation projects has started, with Coastal Conservation Association South Carolina designating its contribution to habitat restoration and research.
For many years, the Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) in Florida, Louisiana, and Texas have held STAR (Statewide Tournament and Anglers Rodeo) in those states. And this year, CCA South Carolina is giving anglers in the Palmetto State a chance to fish in this unique tournament format.
Keeping the aeration pumps running to the ponds that house thousands of fish at the Waddell Mariculture Center (WMC) in Bluffton, SC can all too often be challenging. The need for uninterrupted power is a need that has long been recognized yet unanswered. Until now.