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Clarks Hill is an immense lake with more shoreline and coves than one could hope to cover in a lifetime.  When you add fog so dense it is hard to see the bow of the boat, the task of navigating and finding fish can seem impossible.  We hit the water around 7:00am and instantly realized that our game plan was going to change, crossing the main channel from the ramp was just too risky given the conditions so we were forced into coves that normally would have been ignored.  This ended up being a happy coincidence seeing as we found...

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There is a simplicity and familiarity to fishing small ponds for bass and bluegill that relaxes me and takes me down a road of more memories than I can count.  Getting to share that experience and love with my son is quite possibly my favorite thing to do. I was fortunate to spend most of my childhood and teenage years with a pond on the property right behind mine.  Having the ability to grab my rod and spend evenings casting poppers to aggressive panfish is where my love for fly fishing took root. While we do not live there anymore,...

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  The Saluda river has been one of the best kept secrets in the southeast but is gaining in popularity and notoriety and for very good reason.  I booked a trip with Ben Moore of East Anglers for myself and a customer of ours that is somewhat new to fly fishing. This would be Noah’s first trout fishing experience.  The weather had been beautiful with bright blue skies and temps in the low eighties for over a week leading up to our trip. But as it goes in the fishing world, the forecast began to call for thunderstorms all day...

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Fishing Partner and Pictured Kyle G. First days of spring in Augusta, Ga, could it really be February? The warm Sunday afternoon we took to the river in hopes of catching something, whether that was a smallmouth, shoal bass, or a Bartram’s bass. We made the usual decent over at the Savannah Rapids Pavilion and started our trek to the North Augusta boat ramp. The water was high and clear and the skies were overcast. Knowing a few spots along the way, Kyle took to them with a black wooly bugger and caught two good sized smallmouths. I went for...

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