Category: The Adventures Of LCJ

Columns by Lawrence Cooper Jordan, Jr.

The Chattooga River

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We have all experienced days that become lifetime memories, and waking up in a tent knowing that the day’s journey will be one to remember is an exciting feeling.

Lucky Strikes: Round One

The Striper become one of my favorite fish species to target. The aggressive strike will knock the paint off of a lure, and the deceiving fight is always greater than the fish’s actual size.

The Day Dad Lost His Personality

Most duck hunters would agree that earning their first duck is a milestone, and it takes a few hunting attempts before they could get the hang of leading the bird to compensate for it’s speed.

Fire Roasted Duck


It was not long before Christmas, when Matt Jordan and I decided to float the Little Pee Dee for an overnight duck hunt.

Diving For Redemption

Several years ago, while Garrett Freel and I were in college enjoying our Christmas break.  We decided to meet for a morning paddle on the Little Pee Dee, and of course, jump-shoot some wood ducks along the way.

Troop 761 Taking It To The Reds


October’s Boy Scout camping trip takes Troop 761 to the banks of South Island in Georgetown, in search of the giant bull red fish.

Just Ask Bubba

Shrimping season is a highly anticipated time for a tight group of dedicated shrimpers in Dillon.

The Bite Is On Fire!


It has been four weeks since my last red fishing trip to Georgetown, and there was some concern as to how the recent hurricane and all the freshwater would affect the bite. On top of that, a cold front passed through on the night before, which often causes fish to stop eating.

The Survival Trip

The Survival Trip on the Little Pee Dee

I was beginning to miss the Little Pee Dee River and so I constantly planned trips to take friends out, and paddle the river for a weekend.

The Adventures Of LCJ: When A Plan Doesn’t Work

It was late August, and the tarpon fishing had been slow all summer. Richard Calhoun, Ryan Stephens, and I decided to set our sights on the King Mackerel, which come close to the shore starting at this time of the year.