n the blink of an eye, the sportsmen dropped the fishing rods and took up the shotgun. Duck season was to open on the Saturday before Thanksgiving and whether or not they had been scouting, hunter’s would fill South Carolina’s swamps, lakes, and rivers in the morning to come.
After hearing reports of striper action on the Wateree River, Dawson Jordan and I wasted no time in planning a trip to catch some.
Fishing can be as complicated or as simple as the fisherman makes it. People have special knots, floats, weights, rigs, and lures that they believe in. The basic rules are that fish like structure and that live, natural bait is usually better than artificial bait.
This winter brought bitter cold weather to Dillon County. The weather was a frequent topic of complaint except from the duck hunters.