From Sunrise to Sunset fishing is always and
A lady from South
Jersey on Capt. Boudreaux's boat one April
day and was fighting a good fish for a while when the
hook pulled out. She then continued to reel the line
in. When Boudreaux pointed at a snail on the
point of the hook (the reason the fish was lost) she sighed
and said to him "I can't believe a snail pulled that
Yes Nancy those
little boogers can put up a fight!
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the Santee Cooper Lakes
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Cooper Fishing Report
Cindy and Mike
Ward caught this fine board of Kitty Cats out of Mill
Creek Marina and Camp Ground on 3-23-2017.
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Catfish-The Spring bite is on and
off with some 20 to 40 lb Blues and Flatheads thrown
in. We're also catching our share of 2 to 5 pound Blues.
The weather is warming up but the water is still 58 degrees.
Remember in the spring the wind is your
New Blue Catfish
Regulation on the Santee Cooper Lake System.
1. Only 2 Blue Cats 32 inches and over per
Licensed fisherman per day.
2. Total of 25 Blue
Cats per person per day. What do they think we're catching-
Bream! I wish the day would come when I could have 6 customers
on the boat and they all would catch 25 cats each. Hell thats
150 Blues not counting Flatheads, channels, and White cats.
Guess I'm going to need a bigger cooler!
Crappie- The bite is
begining to get better, if we could just get some
stable weather. Some are being caught in deeper
water on Marion in the flooded
Rockfish- Striped bass- Season is Open as of October
1. Great to see some
coming back fishermen are catching a lot of short
fish. Getting caught keeping undersize
Stripe Bass is like what they say about getting a DUI
ticket. You can't afford it!
The Gov. signed a new
law the states that you may not target Rockfish. Catch
and release is over. Don't fish for them from
June through September, or you stand a chance of getting
The customer must bring them to
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