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Get away from it all with a camping/fishing trip like Kevin Lakin from Palmetto Cats.Read More
Don’t let the hot weather get you down — the catfish action is just as hot on the Santee Cooper lakes.Read More
The Santee Cooper striper season is set to close on June 15, and will remain closed until Oct. 1. And according to guide Leroy Suggs, these fish are biting like there is no tomorrow. Suggs is putting his clients on quality stripers, mainly using live herring as bait. This time of year, Suggs focuses on…Read More
Sparkleberry Swamp is part of the upper reaches of the Santee Cooper lakes. The boat landing there is a little on the rough side (and the dirt road to get there isn’t so great either), but the fishing in the swamp is excellent. Some of the best crappie and bream fishing takes place in the…Read More
Anglers looking for a fun way to catch bass in the spring are quick to tie on a topwater lure. The Arbogast Hula Popper is one of the oldest topwater lures on the market, and for good reason. It flat out works! The same classic Hula Popper that’s been around for decades is still available,…Read More
One species that draws anglers from all over the country to the Santee Cooper lakes is the blue catfish. And drifting is one of the most effective ways to catch them. The variety of depths throughout both the upper and lower lakes gives catfish a lot of space to roam. And while anchoring down to…Read More
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