Summer Fly Tactics – By Scotty Davis

Ahhh, summer. Jet skis, crowded ramps, choppy waterways, and fish that have seen it all by now mark the beginning …

America’s Fish

American shad are entering the rivers of the Southeast, yes its that time of the year. If you’ve never tried …

A Game Changer

Movement is a key trigger for predatory animals and until recently, flies have lacked realistic movement. Sure, the addition of …

Packing for the DIY Saltwater Adventure: The Boat Bag

It might be the barrier islands of SC, the Everglades, or the endless Louisiana marsh, succeeding on your own requires …

Summer Fly Options

There are so many options to throw a fly at during the summer months, it’s hard to get it all …

Tips and Tricks for Summer Skiff Maintenance

Its finally here. Summer. Hopefully you used your boat all year, but if not, here’s a few of our favorite …

Pop-N-Fly!

Although it sounds like a new dance move, its not. However, I can almost guarantee you’ll feel like dancing. The …

Techniques For The Beginning Fly Fisher

Don’t get frustrated! We all started at the same place and its easy to become overwhelmed with new terminology and …

Shad Run and Done

There baaack! My favorite time of the angling year. For the uninitiated in the American Shad world, it’s historic, easy, …

Unpredictable Weather, Anyone?

Even if you’re not a ravenous fisherman, like most readers of this magazine, you’ll agree, it’s been a strange weather …

Winter Flyfisher Readiness

We have seen glimpses of the colder weather and its time to rethink our gear and tactics for the coming …

Variety is the Spice of South Carolina

We live in a special place, we know that. From our history to our culture, South Carolina gives us many …

Bring it on Home

OK I admit it, redfish are my favorite, but since I’ve had kids (now 3 and 5) I’ve had a …

South Carolina Septembers

We’re getting there! Fall is slowly approaching-albeit you wouldn’t know it with the heat. Yet the days are getting shorter …

Do you Skanu? Product Review

, Of all the eye candy at this years iCast, the Skanu from East Cape Skiffs was where I left …

Speak Spanish?

To say the Spanish have arrived would be an understatement! I thought they were going to jump in my boat …

Fishing With The Kids

Fishing of any kind with a kid can be the most rewarding experience you’ll ever have on the water. In …

Time For Tails

We made it through the winter storms and almost through the spring winds, our time is here. High tide tailing …

Tricks for Tricky Redfish

It happens occasionally; the fish that will seemingly eat anything- quits. Although we all like the days where the strangest …

America’s Fish

They’re back! American shad are entering the rivers of the Southeast and its already turning out to be a good …

A Fly Fisherman’s Winter

It’s been a rough winter here in the Lowcountry thus far, especially for the fish and the fisherman. As fly …

Making Sense of Fly Rods & Line Selections

It's dizzying. Walking into a fly shop and see- ing 100 rods with writing that might as well be Sanskrit on it.

Winter Tactics for the Lowcountry

  There is no denying it- winter is here, icy boat decks and all. All is not lost, however, fishing …

Pond Hopping for Big Fun

It seems everywhere in America, you are never more than a few minutes from a pond full of fish. Neighborhoods, …

The Fall of the Redfish

Cooling temperatures and less jet skis always make me smile.  Not because my blood pressure drops, but because fall redfishing …

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