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Georgetown Kings – October 18th, 2009

October 21, 2009 by  
Filed under Our Shows - New This Week

This week Bob travels to Georgetown, South Carolina for some early fall king mackerel fishing. Joining Bob is Captain Tommy Scarborough, longtime guide in the waters off of Georgetown.  While everyone else is thinking deer hunting, just remember that fall is the great time to the Carolina coast for a little fishing!


2 Responses to “Georgetown Kings – October 18th, 2009”
  1. Warren Wood says:

    Bob and Captain Tommy are a perfect team. Captain Tommy’s voice is beautiful.

  2. Nino says:

    Like Pennsylvania Outdoorsman, I prefer momiaolfnent over fluorocarbon and braid myself. So yeah, thumbs up for that.Fishing for panfish (crappie included) and catfish are two entirely different feats unless purposely fishing for small ones. For crappie, bluegill and redear (here in SoCal, we don’t call em bream ), I use 2-, 4-, and 6 pound test. For cats, whether they’re big or small, I use nothing less than 25 pound test. Realistically, 8 to 10 pound mono is too heavy for the sunfish as it’s usually not needed.-B

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