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Oyster Season: What You Need To Know

The coastal waters of Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina are fertile grounds to promote the growth and harvesting of oysters. The three southeastern states are home to the eastern...

Sailfish Vs. Swordfish: What’s The Difference

The sailfish and the swordfish are saught by anglers looking for the thrill of catching powerful billfish. Anglers catch both types of billfish in the offshore waters of Georgia, South...

Shark Tooth Island: What To Know

Situated near the Georgia and South Carolina border is Bird Island, otherwise known as Shark Tooth Island. The small piece of land nestled between the South Challen Savannah River and...

What Is Brackish Water

Unbeknownst to a vast majority of boaters and shore anglers in the southeastern states of Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina is that they are operating or walking the banks...

What’s The Difference: Anchor Up Vs. Weigh Anchor

Consider our website utilizes the term anchors up. People should understand what it means. You have probably heard both anchor up and weigh anchor, whether in a movie or out...