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  • Whitey Outlaw Double Duty
    Backbone, beds and bream fishing
    Simplicity and performance win out with the new Whitey Outlaw Double Duty pole from B’n’M. It is back to basics, but with big panfish in mind.“We designed this pole to fish for big bream and big shell crackers,” says pro...
  • Bream bite is on fire upcoming new moon
    Bream bite is on fire upcoming new moon
    Bream fishing is always a blast. Every month beginning May throughout the summer, the shellcracker are on bed for four days and in a protective mode. Break out the light tackle its bream for the taking time.Schools out grab the kids and take a...
  • What do you use to scale bluegills
    What do you use to scale bluegills
    What are you catching your bluegills on?A lightfly rod,a good UL spin combo,Loomis TSR 709 with a Daiwa 1500 reel,Fenwick untralight and a Penn 4300 series spinning reel,Bass Pro Shops ultra light rod and reel combo,Shimano Symetre 2500,12’...
  • Bream, biscuits and Garden Lakes
    Bream, biscuits and Garden Lakes
    With the weather so bleeding hot the idea was to go fishing for bream from the banks of Garden Lakes in Rome, Georgia and be home by 11 A.M.. Fishing on Garden Lakes is known to the natives for being a spot for ample bream and bass fishing, and...
  • Glen Emerald family sunfishing  is a good time
    Glen Emerald family sunfishing is a good time
    Now is the time to take the family sunfishing in Glen Emerald Park in Dekalb County, that is why they call the ever popular sunfish a sunfish. Glen Emerald is a perfect free place to go fishing and take home a stringer the entire family will be...
  • Bass, bream and catfish biting very well
    Bass, bream and catfish biting very well
    As the weather goes from breathtakingly warm to slightly cool, it offers some great fishing for anglers all over the Palmetto State. South Carolina lakes, rivers and ponds have seen a lot of anglers catching a plethora of species including...
  • Bass fishing
    Warmer weather offers great bass fishing
    Here in South Carolina the weather has been cooperating with all of us anglers. In Santee, SC you can drive over the bridge of I-95 and see boaters set out on the water fishing for largemouth bass and crappie. The old, shut down bridge has been...
  • The Perfect Fish Pond
    Building a bass pond of your own
    When driving across the beautiful state of South Carolina, you will realize that there are no shortages of fish ponds. Almost every field you pass has a couple of large ponds. Many of these ponds are man made ponds by farmers or anglers who have...
  • Big Bass Can Still Be Caught
    Lazy days of bass fishing
    With South Carolina temperatures hovering in the 100’s, it is difficult to get the energy to go fishing. Even if you have enough cover to fish in the shade, the humidity can wipe you quicker than running a marathon. There are some things...
  • Bass fishing
    Great fishing for bass, bream and catfish
    Even though the weather has gone from hot to hotter, the fishing has not been affected for people in South Carolina and/or the lower 48. If you have a good shaded area, a good bream buster and a bucket of red worms then you have everything you...
  • Blue Gill
    Catching pan fish when all else fails
    Have you gone fishing in a pond that you know is full of bream and other pan fish and you can't seem to get them to bite? Try this simple trick and you'll be pulling them in left and right! Things you'll need: •Box of Crickets; bream buster; red...
  • Brush Pile
    Making a brush pile for your bass
    All types of fish love brush piles, piers or other structure. They provide shade, cover and a good place to hide from larger predator fish. Here is a simple way to build your own brush piles to put in your pond to provide all of the above for your...
  • Cyril Gulledge with a 19 lb king mackerel caught this week off the Ocean Crest Pier in Oak Island.
    Carolina fishing report: striped bass deep in the lakes, king mackerel on the piers
    We are locked into the usual Carolina summer fishing pattern right now: early morning bites, nothing happening during the hot days, and powerful thunderstorms roaming at night. I wouldn’t say fishing is bad, but not much is happening while...
  • Jeffrey Weeks with two of a batch of big blue catfish caught on Lake Norman last night.
    Blue catfish bonanza on Lake Norman
    You know you’ve had a good night of fishing when you lose a thirty pound catfish right at the shore on your last cast, and you don’t even get upset. That’s what happened to me last night by the time I left Lake Norman after...