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Whether you are fishing one of the Savannah chain lakes of Hartwell, Russell or Clarks Hill, or one of the mountain lakes of Jocassee or Keowee, or even a smaller, more private body of water, the fishing should be better than average, as spring has finally arrived in the Upstate.
While many outdoorsmen are in the woods chasing turkey or fishing one of the local bass tournaments that crank up in the spring, striped bass angler Mike Green from north Georgia looks forward to hitting Lake Hartwell when striped bass and hybrid striped bass begin moving in large schools upriver to spawn.
For several years, biologists with South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) have been foreshadowing the decline in the state’s deer herd.
Today begins the official one-week countdown for the opening day of turkey season with youth day, which opens on March 28.
Despite cool and rainy periods, March is ushering in the spawning ritual for crappie on many lakes across the Upstate.
Just before the crowning of the Bassmaster Classic champion at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville on Sunday, everyone in the arena except Ashley himself was convinced he was going to win.
On a cold Valentine’s weekend, I can sympathize with fishermen who long to be out on the water but can’t find a way to get out there in the winter. While you might be considering making your sweetheart a Valentine’s card, why not make some fishing tackle instead?
For those of you who are having withdrawals after the close of the deer and duck seasons and aren’t sure you can make it until the turkey season opener on April 1, there are a number of small-game opportunities that might be able to help you out.