Favorable Forecast for 2017 Shrimp Season in South Carolina
2017 Trout Fishing Opportunities Await Anglers at State’s Castalia Fish Hatchery
Wildlife Commission Deploys Fish Attractors in Sutton Lake, N.C.

Monthly Archives: March 2017

S.C. Weekly Tidetable

  To find times of low and high water for other coastal areas add or subtract as indicated as tides are calculated from the Charleston Customhouse Wharf: Location High Low Little River (town) +12 min. +32 min. Murrells Inlet -2 min +24 min. Georgetown (Sampit River) +1 hr.,25 min. +2…


S.C. Saltwater Fishing Trends

  For more recent updates and further information visit www.SCFishingReport.com Little River ICW water temperatures are around 65 degrees, and surf temperatures recently hit 64 then dropped a couple of degrees. Spottail Bass: Fair. Some anglers are catching spottail bass in the ICW using live mud minnows and Berkeley Gulp….


S. C. Freshwater Fishing Trends

For more recent updates and further information visit www.SCFishingReport.com Mountains Area Lake Jocassee: Trout: Very good. Troll from the surface down to 55 feet using trolling spoons or large plugs. Also pull large live shiners in the same zone. In the April 12 Jocassee Outdoor Center Trout Tournament the winning…


Delaware Students to Compete in State Envirothon on May 1

More than 75 students from around the state will converge at the Blackbird State Forest Education Center in New Castle County on Thursday, May 1 to compete in the 13th Annual Delaware Envirothon. These students, representing seven high schools and 4-H clubs, will compete for more than $3,000 in college…


N.C. Regional Saltwater Fishing Reports

Northern District  Dare, Hyde, Currituck, & Beaufort Counties Contact: Brian Melott April 27, 2008 For the 2008 fishing year, all owners/operators of vessels recreationally fishing for and/or retaining regulated Atlantic Highly Migratory Species (HMS) (Atlantic tunas, sharks, swordfish and billfish) in the Atlantic Ocean, including the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea,…


Record Sauger Caught – First Record Fish of 2008

Donald Peyer of Whitewater reeled in a 6-pound, 4.8-ounce sauger on April 2 from the Mississippi River in Pierce County, establishing a new state record for sauger. MADISON — It didn’t take long for the first state record fish to fall in 2008. Donald Peyer of Whitewater reeled in a…


Barbless Rules in Effect for Catch-and-Release Bass Seasons

MADISON – Anglers gearing up for the May 3 opener of catch-and-release bass fishing season in the northern zone and on other waters with bass catch-and-release seasons should note a regulation change. From May 3 through June 20, bass anglers in the northern zone or any other water body that…


Walleye Bag Limits Adjusted for Ceded Territory Lakes

MADISON — Daily walleye bag limits have been revised on 412 lakes in the Wisconsin Ceded Territory in response to harvest declarations made by six bands of Chippewa in Wisconsin, the state Department of Natural Resources has announced. These bag limits are effective between May 3, 2008 and March 1,…


Town of Ettrick Claims Two State Fish Records For 2007

Anglers in 2007 continued their record setting ways, with Ettrick, population 1,879, grabbing more than its fair share as two anglers from the town set new records for fish caught with a bow and arrow. Nicole Brunner of Ettrick established an initial record using a bow and arrow to catch…


Michigan Weekly Fishing Reports

Thursday, April 24, 2008 Recreational Fishing Report Great Lakes temperature map This coming Saturday, April 26 marks the opening of trout season on the Type 1 and Type 2 waters, the walleye, northern pike and muskellunge opener on the Lower Peninsula inland waters, and the opening of the “catch and…