Category: The Adventures Of LCJ

Enjoy these outdoor adventures of Lawrence Cooper Jordan, Jr. Whether it’s fishing, hunting, boating, or other activity, Lawrence takes you on a journey with his columns that you won’t soon forget!

The New River: Journey’s End

It was June of 2019, and the crew members of the New River Expedition were marooned at the Base of Sandstone Falls in West Virginia.

The Spring Run

The Spring Run for striped bass has begun as they migrate from Lake Marion, up the Congaree River, into Columbia to spawn. Unlike Largemouth Bass, Striper live out their lives in the lakes or ocean and migrate up into rivers to spawn.

The Crossing

Shannon Jordan and I were eating lunch Sunday after church and she asked me to make sure our stay was confirmed for our trip to Islamorada.

Shannon’s First Trout

Shannon Jordan and I went to the upstate for a Clemson football game in the late season and enjoyed watching the Tigers win. We stayed in Anderson that night and woke early on Sunday morning to go fly-fishing

Hunting On The Great Pee Dee River

I grew up hunting the Little Pee Dee River and jump-shooting has always been my favorite way to duck hunt.

Exploring The Congaree National Park

Congaree National Park is a National Park in South Carolina and I was eager to visit and see why this swamp earned the title of a National Park.

The Adventures Of LCJ: First Striper On The Fly

This year’s striper migration got off to a rough start.

Frog Hunting: The True Story

The warmer months of the summer usually bring a pause in the hunting seasons, but it is also the time that the bullfrogs hop out onto the banks of their ponds and sit all night, overlooking their domain.

Trout On Dry Flies

My mom planned a family weekend to rent a mountain cabin in May, and as anytime we are near the mountains, Dawson Jordan and I checked an app to identify which rivers are nearby.

Hunting The Outer Banks

An active day of duck hunting is an exciting experience regardless of the setting or the target species. Until now we had spent our entire season hunting wood ducks along the Little Pee Dee River.