Setting up your kayak to target catfish may seem like the simplest thing in the world. Although anglers have caught catfish by casting, the vast majority of catfish are caught basically the same way: using multiple rods baited with some type of cut, live or manufactured baits.
The outdoors community supports many subgroups. In the hunting world, we have bowhunters, those that primarily use black powder and primitive firearms, dog hunters and even those that only hunt certain types of animals such as waterfowl, big game or upland game.
The number of anglers joining the ranks of the plastic armada grows daily. With each new recruit, prospective anglers want to know what they can do to target their favorite species from their new paddle craft. This month, Palmetto Paddling begins a series of species-specific information describing how to rig for and target a particular fish species each month.
To help anglers improve their fishing skills, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is offering two free fishing workshops in April at the John E. Pechmann Fishing Education Center in Fayetteville.
The fly rod curved like a limber buggy whip, and the fly line curled lazily over the morning mist rising from the stained water. It propelled the leader and popping bug accurately, dropping softly under the overhanging limbs along the shoreline. […]
While targeting speckled trout to boost his second-day total, Charleston kayak angler Justin Carter hooked into something unexpected – a 40-inch redfish that went a long way toward sealing the win in the Inshore Fishing Association Kayak Fishing National Championship and an angler-of-the-year title. […]
While most anglers merely hope to catch fish on an outing on the water, Bob Beals of Inman expects to catch fish on every foray he makes to one of the Upstate’s water-district lakes. Sometimes referred to as the “Greer Chain of Lakes,” these small reservoirs offer good fishing in close proximity to the metropolitan Greenville/Spartanburg area. […]