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Boats restricted from nearing Ravenel Bridge during Cooper River Bridge Run
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Boats restricted from nearing Ravenel Bridge during Cooper River Bridge Run

  • Monday, March 31st, 2014

Boaters will be unable to approach the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge during this year's Cooper River Bridge Run on Saturday, according to U.S. Coast Guard officials. ...Read More

Missing boaters found, one hospitalized and one dead
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Missing boaters found, one hospitalized and one dead

  • Sunday, March 30th, 2014

It wasn't like Amelia Antans Claytor to miss work without any notice. The 33-year-old Edisto Island woman is a nurse, and she when she didn't show up at a Lowcountry health center, a co-worker and friend became worried, according to an incident report....Read More

Freezing temps have trout numbers below average
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Early numbers show some trout mortality from freezing temperatures

  • Saturday, March 22nd, 2014

The colder-than-normal weather the Lowcountry experienced earlier this year has adversely affected South Carolina's spotted seatrout population, but how problematic that will be for saltwater anglers remains to be determined....Read More

Rivers under the sea
Mapping finds ancient offshore habitat
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Rivers under the sea: Mapping finds ancient bottom habitat

  • Friday, March 21st, 2014

The Lowcountry offshore is mostly barren sand bottom to the edge of the Continental Shelf - that's conventional wisdom. ...Read More

Next wave of Lowcountry invasives could get ugly
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Wolves, chills and pythons: Next wave of Lowcountry invasive species might not play so nice

  • Sunday, March 16th, 2014

Think coyotes are a menace? They might be just be a forerunner of a number of "invasive species from hell" expected to start turning up in the Lowcountry - the next generations of an onslaught of foreign plants, germs and animals already beginning to wreak havoc here....Read More

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Fishermen ready for annual cobia run
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Annual cobia run at hand with arrival of spring for South Carolina anglers

  • Saturday, April 19th, 2014

It's getting to be cobia time. Dogwoods and azaleas have bloomed, the water temperature is on the rise and local tackle shops are offering cobia fishing seminars as anglers make plans to hit the buoys and reefs out of Charleston or travel south to the Broad River or St. Helena So...Read More

Tunas and T-birds: Spring cast and blast
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Tunas and T-birds: Spring cast and blast

  • Saturday, April 5th, 2014

The "thunder chickens" are gobbling away in the Lowcountry woods, and blackfin tuna are rocketing out of offshore waters as they bust schools of flying fish....Read More

SKA decision not expected to have big effect
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SKA decision not expected to affect Miracles, other king mackerel events

  • Saturday, April 5th, 2014



The Southern Kingfish Association (SKA), a sanctioning body for king mackerel tournaments throughout the Southeast, has ceased operations, but people involved in the industry don't expect it to have far-ranging effects on the major king mackerel tournaments....Read More

Excise tax money backbone of DNR
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Excise taxes pay for wildlife, fisheries management throughout country

  • Saturday, March 29th, 2014

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's announcement this week that it was distributing $1.1 billion to state wildlife agencies, including $14,857,369 to South Carolina, is probably an eye-opener to many, but it's pretty standard news to folks with the Department of Natural Resource...Read More

Head
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S.C.'s undiscovered 
fishing treasure
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Broad River home to world class smallmouth bass fishing

  • Friday, March 21st, 2014

braswell@postandcourier.com...Read More