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Greater Amberjack Vs. Lesser Amberjack: What’s the Difference

The offshore waters of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia are home to the lesser and greater amberjack. Amberjack fishing is done primarily on structure and vegetation both beneath and...

African Pompano: What To Know

The African Pompano, otherwise known as a Cuban Jack, Threadfish, or threadfin, is a member of the jack family. The jacks include 150 variations of the species. Anglers target the...

Daufuskie Island Golf Cart Rentals: What To Know

Daufuskie Island is a nearly ten square mile island positioned between Hilton Head, South Carolina, and Tybee Island,  Georiga. Daufuskie does not connect to the mainland via a bridge. Transiting...

Fiddler Crab Bait: What They Catch

Fiddler crab bait is highly effective when it comes to saltwater fishing in Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina. The fiddler is a unique-looking crustacean with one giant claw. Anglers...

Wax Worms For Fishing: What To Know

One of the most popular baits for freshwater anglers in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia are wax worms, otherwise known as waxies. Waxworms for fishing catch a wide variety...