Friday, September 12, 2014

2014 Early Teal Season and Bait Shrimping Begin Today

Cast netting for shrimp is FUN
It's a double-header for September 12! Thirty minutes after sunrise the early season for migratory teal kicked off in S.C. with an increased bag limit of six teal per day. Teal season goes out on Sept. 26. Then at noon the S.C. bait shrimping season kicks in with a 48-quart cool full of shrimp the legal daily limit. Shrimp season lasts for two months. What a day to be outdoors with a new twist on Cast (throwing nets for shrimp) and Blast (hunting blue-winged teal). Trying for Shrimp and Teal in the same day is certainly a different twist on Cast and Blast - on that makes the coastal waters of the Lowcountry outdoors THE place to be!

To view past blog entries on Cast and Blast click on TIDE magazine or Charleston Mercury.

For the latest Lowcountry Saltwater Fishing Report click here.

For a past blog entry on early season hunting for marsh hens click here.

Blue-winged teal offer a passing shot

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