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 Survival Trip

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.

The Adventures Of LCJ: Opening Day Of Dove Season

I always say that if you make several dove hunts in the fall, then you will miss fewer ducks in the winter. Doves can be unpredictable in their flight path and hitting them requires skill and instinct.

The Boy Scout Fishing Trip

One fishing trip that will always stand out to me took place on August, 2015, in Winyah Bay with Boy Scout Troop 761. Kevin Bailey, Mason Bailey, Ryan Stephens, Gabe Sherman, and I pulled out of the driveway at 4 a.m. on Saturday morning.

The Search Continues

Daniel Vance and I met Bo Hutchison Saturday morning to continue our search for the tarpon in McClellanville, a place we had never fished before.

A Day Trip To Africa

I had crossed the Saluda river in Columbia on the highway many times and have always thought it would make an enjoyable paddling trip. I was excited to learn to fish on a new river and I never thought that it would take me into the African wilderness.

A Little Bit Of Luck

The tarpon are only in South Carolina for a short period of time out of the year so Bo Hutchison and I try to make the most of each opportunity to catch them.

The Silver King

  I went fishing with Bo Hutchison in Georgetown this past Saturday in search of the tarpon.

The Expedition Trip

Every great adventure needs some kind of obstacle and in this case, that obstacle was time and sand.

Fly Fishing

Ryan Stephens and I had an itch to catch some bass late in the afternoon on Memorial Day.