Reds: South Carolina's Top 9 Redfish Destinations, and Exactly How to Fish Them Year-round

By Dan Kibler

Each chapter focuses on a different section of the coast, giving the reader a look at the history of the area, its geography & how it affects fishing, plus an in-depth look at the characteristics of the area's waterways to help an angler familiarize himself with the task at hand: catching redfish. Illus; 8x6 inches, 202 pgs.


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ISBN: 0-9709813-5-X

EAN: 978-0-9709813-5-6

Binding: Softcover

Publish Date: 01/06/2011

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South Carolina's coastline can be a daunting challenge for fishermen who aren't familiar with the myriad marshes, inlets, tidal rivers and creeks. Typically, becoming proficient at catching redfish from one of those unfamiliar areas would involve a long learning curve. That's why Reds was written -- to shorten that learning curve. This book is designed to get you in the right place, at the right time, with more than a clue about transforming your next fishing trip from disaster to darned good.

Experts and guides point anglers in the right direction as far as seasonal trends and the effects of tides and wind on how to approach the fishery. Can you catch redfish without reading this book? Certainly. But will you catch more after reading this book? Absolutely.

About the Author:
Dan Kibler
, managing editor of South Carolina Sportsman and North Carolina Sportsman, has fished both Carolinas for the past 25 years, catching redfish from Cape Hatteras to the Beaufort River on everything from cut mullet to topwater plugs. A former newspaper reporter who covered the Masters, U.S. Open, NCAA Final Fours and football bowl games, he has been an outdoor writer since 1985.

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Weight0.75 lbs
Dimensions8.4 × 5.6 × 0.5 in


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