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Everyone loves a good story about boating mishaps – as long as it’s not their own.
The first rod and reel that I was ever able to call “all mine” was an old Zebco closed face, spin-casting reel on about a six foot fiberglass rod that my father purchased for me when we moved into our newly built home on a decent sized pond just outside of Clover.
Some fishermen aren’t scared away by stormy weather.
The summer fishing has arrived, say organizers of the weekly Thursday Night Tournament Trail on Lake Wylie.
Lake Norman angler and author Jake Bussolini has published a new book, titled Jakes Fishing Facts. It is the fifth in what has turned out to be a series of books on how to catch freshwater fish.
The Walmart Bass Fishing League South Carolina Division anchors at Lake Wylie Saturday, June 15.
As the summer vacations begin for local students, I can’t help but be reminded of my youth when the excitement of wrapping up the school year was just bubbling within me.
After a year off, Lake Wylie Music Fest returns Saturday to Boyds Cove in Steele Creek.
Lake Wylie boaters can anchor and listen to the music as Lake Wylie Music Fest returns this summer on June 8.
This column tends to generate a lot of emails. Although I try to answer them all, admittedly, I don’t do as good a job as I should of incorporating them into my weekly articles.