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Ashepoo River: Recreational and Commercial Fishing Limits

Recreational Devices:

Catch your limit with precision. In the serene waters of Ashepoo River, recreational fishermen are allowed:

  • Eel Pots: Embrace the art of eel trapping with up to 2 pots per excursion.
  • Set Hooks: Secure your catch with finesse using up to 50 set hooks.

Commercial Devices:

For the seasoned fishermen looking to reel in a bountiful harvest, Ashepoo River offers:

  • Eel Pots: Dive into commercial fishing with a quota of 75 eel pots.
  • Set Hooks: Optimize your commercial fishing strategy with up to 50 set hooks.

Ashley River: Enjoyable Fishing Experience for All

Recreational Devices:

Discover the joy of fishing on Ashley River with these recreational device limits:

  • Eel Pots: Enhance your fishing adventure with up to 2 eel pots.
  • Set Hooks: Maximize your fishing potential with 50 set hooks.

Commercial Devices:

For those seeking a more extensive catch, Ashley River provides commercial fishing opportunities:

  • Eel Pots: Expand your commercial fishing endeavors with a quota of 75 eel pots.
  • Set Hooks: Boost your commercial fishing efforts with a limit of 50 set hooks.

Black Creek: Abundant Fishing Opportunities

Recreational Devices:

Explore the diverse aquatic life of Black Creek with these recreational fishing limits:

  • Gill Nets (in season): Harness the power of gill nets during the designated season.
  • Set Hooks: Secure your catch efficiently with up to 50 set hooks.
  • Trotlines: Enhance your fishing experience with a maximum of 50 hooks on one line.

Commercial Devices:

For commercial fishermen, Black Creek offers ample opportunities to reel in a substantial harvest:

  • Gill Nets (in season): Utilize gill nets to optimize your commercial fishing efforts during the season.
  • Set Hooks: Expand your commercial fishing operations with up to 50 set hooks.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your commercial catch with a limit of 250 hooks, spread across no more than 5 lines.

Black River: Fishing Paradise in Darlington, Florence & Chesterfield Counties

Recreational Devices:

Experience the thrill of fishing on Black River with these recreational device limits:

  • Gill Nets (in season): Embrace the art of gill net fishing during the designated season.
  • Set Hooks: Secure your catch effectively with up to 50 set hooks.
  • Traps (from Pea House landing downstream): Enhance your fishing experience with 2 traps.
  • Trotlines: Enjoy a maximum of 50 hooks on one line during your fishing excursions.

Commercial Devices:

For commercial fishermen, Black River presents lucrative opportunities for a successful harvest:

  • Gill Nets (in season): Optimize your commercial fishing endeavors with gill nets during the season.
  • Set Hooks: Expand your commercial fishing operations with up to 50 set hooks.
  • Traps (from Pea House landing downstream): Diversify your catch with a maximum of 10 traps.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your commercial catch with a limit of 250 hooks, distributed across no more than 5 lines.

Broad River: Recreational and Commercial Fishing Regulations

Recreational Devices:

Immerse yourself in the serene waters of Broad River with these recreational fishing limits:

  • Seine: Explore the river's bounty with a single seine, permitted upstream from SC State Highway 34 Bridge to the NC/SC state line.
  • Set Hooks: Secure your catch with up to 50 set hooks.
  • Traps: Enhance your fishing experience with a maximum of 2 traps.
  • Trotlines: Optimize your fishing potential with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks.

Commercial Devices:

For commercial fishermen seeking a productive harvest, Broad River offers the following device limits:

  • Set Hooks: Expand your commercial fishing operations with up to 50 set hooks.
  • Traps: Diversify your catch with a quota of 5 traps.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your commercial catch with a limit of 150 hooks, spread across no more than 3 lines.

Bush River: Recreational Fishing at Its Finest

Recreational Devices:

Experience the tranquility of Bush River with these recreational fishing regulations:

  • Seine: Delve into the river's riches with a single seine device.

Catawba River: Fishing Opportunities Abound

Recreational Devices:

Enjoy the beauty of Catawba River with these recreational fishing guidelines:

  • Seines: Not permitted.
  • Set Hooks: Secure your catch with up to 50 set hooks.
  • Traps: Enhance your fishing experience with a maximum of 2 traps.
  • Trotlines: Optimize your fishing potential with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks.

Commercial Devices:

For commercial fishermen seeking a successful harvest, Catawba River provides the following device limits:

  • Seines: Prohibited for commercial use.
  • Set Hooks: Expand your commercial fishing operations with up to 50 set hooks.
  • Traps: Diversify your catch with a quota of 2 traps.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your commercial catch with a limit of 150 hooks, spread across no more than 3 lines.

Combahee River: Recreational and Commercial Fishing Limits

Recreational Devices:

Explore the abundant waters of Combahee River with these recreational fishing limits:

  • Eel Pots: Engage in eel fishing with up to 2 pots.
  • Set Hooks: Secure your catch with up to 50 set hooks.
  • Trotlines: Optimize your fishing experience with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks.

Commercial Devices:

For commercial fishermen, Combahee River presents lucrative opportunities for a successful harvest:

  • Eel Pots: Dive into commercial eel fishing with a quota of 75 pots.
  • Set Hooks: Expand your commercial fishing operations with up to 50 set hooks.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your commercial catch with a limit of 250 hooks, spread across no more than 5 lines.

Congaree River: Fishing Freedom for All

Recreational Devices:

Enjoy the scenic beauty of Congaree River with these recreational fishing regulations:

  • Set Hooks: Secure your catch with up to 50 set hooks.
  • Traps: Enhance your fishing experience with a maximum of 2 traps.
  • Trotlines: Optimize your fishing potential with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks.

Commercial Devices:

For commercial fishermen seeking a fruitful harvest, Congaree River offers the following device limits:

  • Set Hooks: Expand your commercial fishing operations with up to 50 set hooks.
  • Traps: Diversify your catch with a quota of 10 traps.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your commercial catch with a limit of 150 hooks, spread across no more than 3 lines.

Cooper River: Recreational and Commercial Fishing Regulations

Recreational Devices:

Explore the abundant waters of Cooper River with these recreational fishing limits:

  • Eel Pots: Engage in eel fishing with up to 2 pots (not allowed upstream from Wadboo Creek).
  • Pump Nets: Utilize one pump net to enhance your fishing experience.
  • Set Hooks: Secure your catch with up to 50 set hooks (not allowed upstream from Wadboo Creek).
  • Skimbow Nets: Enhance your fishing adventure with one skimbow net.
  • Traps: Diversify your catch with a maximum of 2 traps (not allowed upstream from Wadboo Creek).
  • Trotlines: Optimize your fishing potential with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks (not allowed upstream from Wadboo Creek).

Commercial Devices:

For commercial fishermen, Cooper River presents lucrative opportunities for a successful harvest:

  • Eel Pots: Dive into commercial eel fishing with a quota of 5 pots (not allowed upstream from Wadboo Creek).
  • Elver Fyke Nets: Expand your commercial fishing operations with up to 10 elver fyke nets, allowed on all tributaries and on the main branch from the saltwater/freshwater dividing line upstream to the CSX railroad trestle on the Tail Race Canal.
  • Set Hooks: Secure your commercial catch with up to 50 set hooks (not allowed upstream from Wadboo Creek).
  • Traps: Diversify your commercial catch with a quota of 25 traps (not allowed upstream from Wadboo Creek).
  • Trotlines: Maximize your commercial catch with a limit of 150 hooks, spread across no more than 3 lines (not allowed upstream from Wadboo Creek).

Coosawhatchie River: Fishing Freedom for All

Recreational and Commercial Devices:

Enjoy the scenic beauty of Coosawhatchie River with a quota of 50 set hooks for both recreational and commercial fishing.

Durbin Creek: Recreational Seining

Recreational Devices:

Experience the tranquil waters of Durbin Creek with a single seine device, providing recreational fishermen with a unique fishing experience.

Edisto River: Recreational and Commercial Fishing Opportunities

Recreational Devices:

Embark on a fishing adventure on Edisto River with these recreational fishing regulations:

  • Eel Pots: Engage in eel fishing with up to 2 pots.
  • Set Hooks: Secure your catch with up to 50 set hooks.
  • Trotlines: Optimize your fishing potential with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks.

Commercial Devices:

For commercial fishermen seeking a fruitful harvest, Edisto River offers the following device limits:

  • Eel Pots: Dive into commercial eel fishing with a quota of 75 pots.
  • Set Hooks: Expand your commercial fishing operations with up to 50 set hooks.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your commercial catch with a limit of 250 hooks, spread across no more than 5 lines.

Enoree River: Recreational and Commercial Fishing Limits

Recreational Devices:

Explore the serene waters of Enoree River with these recreational fishing limits:

  • Seine: Utilize a single seine, permitted from the Norfolk-Southern Railroad in Greenville County downstream to the confluence with the Broad River.
  • Set Hooks: Secure your catch with up to 50 set hooks.
  • Traps: Diversify your catch with a maximum of 2 traps.
  • Trotlines: Optimize your fishing potential with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks.

Commercial Devices:

For commercial fishermen seeking a successful harvest, Enoree River offers the following device limits:

  • Set Hooks: Expand your commercial fishing operations with up to 50 set hooks.
  • Traps: Diversify your commercial catch with a quota of 2 traps.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your commercial catch with a limit of 150 hooks, spread across no more than 3 lines.

Great Pee Dee River: Fishing Regulations for Recreational and Commercial Use

Recreational Devices:

Discover the diverse fishing opportunities along the Great Pee Dee River with these recreational device limits:

  • Gill Nets: Engage in non-game fishing with seasonally permitted gill nets.
  • Set Hooks: Secure your catch with up to 50 set hooks.
  • Traps: Enhance your fishing experience with a maximum of 2 traps.
  • Trotlines: Optimize your catch potential with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks.

Commercial Devices:

For commercial fishermen, the Great Pee Dee River offers abundant fishing prospects:

  • Gill Nets: Seasonally permitted gill nets offer commercial fishing opportunities.
  • Hoop Nets: Expand your commercial fishing operations upstream from SC Highway 34 to the NC/SC State Line with a quota of 50 hoop nets.
  • Set Hooks: Secure your commercial catch with up to 50 set hooks.
  • Traps: Diversify your commercial catch with a maximum of 50 traps.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your commercial catch with a limit of 250 hooks, spread across no more than 5 lines.

Jefferies Creek: Recreational and Commercial Fishing Regulations

Recreational and Commercial Devices:

In Florence County, Jefferies Creek offers fishing enthusiasts the following device limits:

  • Gill Nets: Engage in non-game fishing with seasonally permitted gill nets.
  • Set Hooks: Secure your catch with up to 50 set hooks.
  • Trotlines: Optimize your fishing potential with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks.

Lake Greenwood: Fishing Freedom for All

Recreational and Commercial Devices:

Enjoy the scenic beauty of Lake Greenwood with these device limits for both recreational and commercial fishing:

  • Jugs: Utilize up to 50 jugs for a diverse fishing experience.
  • Traps: Enhance your catch potential with a maximum of 2 traps.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your fishing potential with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks.

Lake Hartwell: Recreational and Commercial Fishing Opportunities

Recreational and Commercial Devices:

Experience the tranquility of Lake Hartwell with these device limits for both recreational and commercial fishing:

  • Jugs: Utilize up to 50 jugs for a diverse fishing experience.
  • Traps: Enhance your catch potential with a maximum of 2 traps.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your fishing potential with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks.

Lake Keowee: Fishing Freedom for All

Recreational and Commercial Devices:

Discover the pristine waters of Lake Keowee with these device limits for both recreational and commercial fishing:

  • Traps: Enhance your catch potential with a maximum of 2 traps.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your fishing potential with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks.

Lakes Marion and Moultrie and the Upper Reach of the Santee River: Fishing Regulations

Recreational Devices:

Explore the waters of Lakes Marion and Moultrie and the upper reach of the Santee River with these recreational device limits:

  • Traps: Enhance your catch potential with a maximum of 2 traps.
  • Trotlines: Optimize your fishing potential with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks, with specific hook clearance requirements.

Commercial Devices:

For commercial fishermen, these waters offer the following device limits:

  • Traps: Diversify your commercial catch with a maximum of 25 traps.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your commercial catch with up to 3 lines, each featuring not more than 400 hooks, with specific hook clearance requirements.

Lake Murray: Recreational and Commercial Fishing Opportunities

Recreational and Commercial Devices:

Experience the abundance of Lake Murray with these device limits for both recreational and commercial fishing:

  • Traps: Enhance your catch potential with a maximum of 2 traps.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your fishing potential with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks.

Lake Russell: Fishing Limits for Recreational and Commercial Use

Recreational Devices:

Explore the tranquil waters of Lake Russell with these recreational device limits:

  • Jugs: Set up to 50 jugs for an immersive fishing experience.
  • Traps: Enhance your catch potential with a maximum of 2 traps.
  • Trotlines: Optimize your fishing potential with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks.

Commercial Devices:

For commercial fishing endeavors, Lake Russell offers the following device limits:

  • Traps: Diversify your commercial catch with a maximum of 5 traps.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your commercial catch with a limit of 150 hooks, spread across no more than 3 lines.

Lake Secession: Recreational and Commercial Fishing Regulations

Recreational and Commercial Devices:

Enjoy the serene atmosphere of Lake Secession with these device limits for both recreational and commercial fishing:

  • Jugs: Utilize up to 50 jugs for a diverse fishing experience.
  • Traps: Enhance your catch potential with a maximum of 2 traps.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your fishing potential with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks.

Lake Thurmond and Stevens Creek Reservoir: Fishing Limits

Recreational and Commercial Devices:

Experience the beauty of Lake Thurmond and Stevens Creek Reservoir with these device limits for both recreational and commercial fishing:

  • Jugs: Utilize up to 50 jugs for a diverse fishing experience.
  • Traps: Enhance your catch potential with a maximum of 2 traps.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your fishing potential with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks.

Lake Wateree: Recreational and Commercial Fishing Opportunities

Recreational and Commercial Devices:

Discover the abundant fishing opportunities at Lake Wateree with these device limits for both recreational and commercial fishing:

  • Traps: Enhance your catch potential with a maximum of 2 traps.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your fishing potential with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks.

Lake Wylie: Fishing Freedom for All

Recreational and Commercial Devices:

Enjoy the picturesque views of Lake Wylie with these device limits for both recreational and commercial fishing:

  • Traps: Enhance your catch potential with a maximum of 2 traps.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your fishing potential with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks.

Little Pee Dee River: Fishing Regulations

Recreational Devices:

Enjoy fishing along the Little Pee Dee River and its tributaries with these recreational device limits:

  • Gill Nets: Use nongame nets in season to optimize your catch.
  • Set Hooks: Deploy up to 50 set hooks for a varied fishing experience.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your catch potential with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks.

Commercial Devices:

For commercial fishing endeavors, the Little Pee Dee River offers the following device limits:

  • Gill Nets: Utilize nongame nets in season to enhance your commercial catch.
  • Set Hooks: Deploy up to 50 set hooks for commercial fishing.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your commercial catch with a limit of 250 hooks, spread across no more than 5 lines.

Little River: Fishing Limits for Seine Use

Recreational Devices:

Explore the scenic beauty of Little River with these recreational device limits:

  • Seine: Utilize one seine for an immersive fishing experience.

Log Creek: Seine Fishing Opportunity

Recreational Devices:

Discover the fishing opportunities at Log Creek with this recreational device limit:

  • Seine: Use one seine for fishing endeavors.

Long Cane Creek: Fishing Regulation for Seine Use

Recreational Devices:

Experience the fishing opportunities at Long Cane Creek with this recreational device limit:

  • Seine: Utilize one seine for fishing activities in designated areas.

Louther’s Lake: Fishing Opportunities

Recreational and Commercial Devices:

Engage in fishing activities at Louther’s Lake with these device limits for both recreational and commercial fishing:

  • Gill Nets: Use nongame gill nets in season for fishing activities.
  • Set Hooks: Deploy up to 50 set hooks for recreational and commercial fishing endeavors.

Lumber River: Recreational and Commercial Fishing Limits

Recreational and Commercial Devices:

Enjoy fishing along the Lumber River with these device limits for both recreational and commercial fishing:

  • Gill Nets: Utilize nongame gill nets in season for fishing activities.
  • Set Hooks: Deploy up to 50 set hooks for recreational and commercial fishing.
  • Trotlines: Optimize your catch potential with a maximum of 5 lines featuring up to 250 hooks.

Lynches River: Fishing Regulations

Recreational and Commercial Devices:

Experience the fishing opportunities along Lynches River and its tributaries with these device limits for both recreational and commercial fishing:

  • Gill Nets: Utilize nongame nets in season to enhance your catch.
  • Set Hooks: Deploy up to 50 set hooks for a diverse fishing experience.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your catch potential with a maximum of 5 lines featuring up to 250 hooks.

Mulberry Creek: Fishing Regulations in Greenwood County

Recreational Devices:

Explore fishing opportunities along Mulberry Creek with these recreational device regulations:

  • Seine: Utilize one seine for a comprehensive fishing experience.

New River: Fishing Regulations

Recreational and Commercial Devices:

Engage in fishing activities along the New River with these device regulations for both recreational and commercial fishing:

  • Set Hooks: Deploy up to 50 set hooks for recreational and commercial fishing endeavors.

Pacolet River: Fishing Regulations

Recreational Devices:

Experience fishing along the Pacolet River with these recreational device regulations:

  • Seine: Utilize one seine for a comprehensive fishing experience.
  • Set Hooks: Deploy up to 50 set hooks for varied fishing opportunities.
  • Traps: Use up to 2 traps for enhanced catch potential.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your catch with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks.

Commercial Devices:

For commercial fishing activities, adhere to the following device regulations:

  • Set Hooks: Deploy up to 50 set hooks for commercial fishing.
  • Traps: Utilize up to 2 traps for commercial fishing endeavors.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your commercial catch with a maximum of 3 lines, each featuring up to 150 hooks.

Rabon Creek: Seine Fishing Opportunity in Laurens County

Recreational Devices:

Explore fishing opportunities at Rabon Creek with this recreational device regulation:

  • Seine: Utilize one seine for an immersive fishing experience.

Reedy River: Fishing Regulations

Recreational Devices:

Experience fishing along the Reedy River with these recreational device regulations:

  • Seine: Utilize one seine for fishing activities from the Norfolk-Southern Railroad in Greenville County downstream to the backwaters of Lake Greenwood.
  • Set Hooks: Deploy up to 50 set hooks for varied fishing opportunities.
  • Traps: Use up to 2 traps for enhanced catch potential.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your catch with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks.

Commercial Devices:

For commercial fishing activities, adhere to the following device regulations:

  • Set Hooks: Deploy up to 50 set hooks for commercial fishing.
  • Traps: Utilize up to 2 traps for commercial fishing endeavors.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your commercial catch with a maximum of 3 lines, each featuring up to 150 hooks.

Rocky River: Seine Fishing Opportunity in Anderson County

Recreational Devices:

Explore fishing opportunities at Rocky River with this recreational device regulation:

  • Seine: Utilize one seine for an immersive fishing experience.

Salkehatchie River: Fishing Regulations

Recreational and Commercial Devices:

Enjoy fishing along the Salkehatchie River with these device regulations for both recreational and commercial fishing:

  • Set Hooks: Utilize up to 50 set hooks for recreational and commercial fishing activities.

Saluda River: Fishing Regulations

Upper Reach - From SC Highway 183 in Greenville County to the Backwaters of Lake Greenwood:

Recreational Devices:

Engage in fishing along the upper reach of the Saluda River with these recreational device regulations:

  • Seine: Utilize one seine for comprehensive fishing experiences.
  • Set Hooks: Deploy up to 50 set hooks for varied fishing opportunities.
  • Traps: Use up to 2 traps for enhanced catch potential.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your catch with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks.

Commercial Devices:

For commercial fishing activities along the upper reach, adhere to the following device regulations:

  • Set Hooks: Deploy up to 50 set hooks for commercial fishing.
  • Traps: Utilize up to 2 traps for commercial fishing endeavors.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your commercial catch with a maximum of 3 lines, each featuring up to 150 hooks.

Lower Reach:

Recreational Devices:

Explore fishing opportunities along the lower reach of the Saluda River with these recreational device regulations:

  • Traps: Utilize up to 2 traps for enhanced catch potential.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your catch with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks.

Sampit River: Fishing Regulations

Recreational Devices:

Engage in fishing along the Sampit River with these recreational device regulations:

  • Gill Nets: Utilize nongame nets in season for recreational fishing.
  • Set Hooks: Deploy up to 50 set hooks for varied fishing opportunities.
  • Skimbow Nets: Utilize one skimbow net for enhanced catch potential.
  • Traps: Use up to 2 traps for increased catch potential.

Commercial Devices:

For commercial fishing activities, adhere to the following device regulations:

  • Set Hooks: Deploy up to 50 set hooks for commercial fishing.
  • Traps: Utilize up to 25 traps for commercial fishing endeavors.

Santee River: Fishing Regulations

Recreational and Commercial Devices:

Enjoy fishing along the Santee River with these device regulations for both recreational and commercial fishing:

  • Eel Pots: Utilize up to 2 eel pots for comprehensive fishing experiences.
  • Skimbow Nets: Utilize one skimbow net for enhanced catch potential.
  • Traps: Use up to 2 traps for increased catch potential.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your catch with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks.
  • Set Hooks: Deploy up to 50 set hooks for varied fishing opportunities.

Savannah River: Fishing Regulations

Lower Reach to the Saltwater/Freshwater Dividing Line:

Recreational Devices:

Enjoy fishing along the lower reach of the Savannah River with these recreational device regulations:

  • Eel Pots: Utilize up to 2 eel pots for capturing eels.
  • Gill Nets: Use nongame nets in season for recreational fishing.
  • Set Hooks: Deploy up to 50 set hooks for varied fishing opportunities.
  • Traps: Utilize up to 2 traps for enhanced catch potential.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your catch with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks.

Commercial Devices:

For commercial fishing activities, adhere to the following device regulations:

  • Eel Pots: Utilize up to 75 eel pots for commercial eel fishing.
  • Gill Nets: Use nongame nets in season for commercial fishing endeavors.
  • Hoop Nets: Deploy up to 10 hoop nets for commercial fishing.
  • Set Hooks: Utilize up to 50 set hooks for commercial fishing.
  • Traps: Maximize your commercial catch with up to 40 traps.
  • Trotlines: Deploy a maximum of 5 lines, each featuring up to 250 hooks, for commercial fishing.

Stevens Creek: Fishing Regulations

From SC Highway S-19-53 Upstream to the Confluence of Hard Labor and Cuffytown Creeks:

Recreational Devices:

Engage in fishing along Stevens Creek with these recreational device regulations:

  • Seine: Utilize one seine for comprehensive fishing experiences.

Thicketty Creek: Fishing Regulations

Cherokee County:

Recreational Devices:

Enjoy fishing along Thicketty Creek with these recreational device regulations:

  • Seine: Utilize one seine for capturing fish in Cherokee County.

Tulifinny River: Fishing Regulations

Recreational and Commercial Devices:

Explore fishing opportunities along the Tulifinny River with these device regulations for both recreational and commercial fishing:

  • Set Hooks: Deploy up to 50 set hooks for both recreational and commercial fishing activities.

Turkey Creek: Fishing Regulations

Edgefield and Greenwood Counties:

Recreational Devices:

Engage in fishing along Turkey Creek with these recreational device regulations:

  • Seine: Utilize one seine for comprehensive fishing experiences.

Tyger River: Fishing Regulations

Recreational Devices:

Explore fishing along the Tyger River with these recreational device regulations:

  • Seine: Utilize one seine for comprehensive fishing experiences.
  • Set Hooks: Deploy up to 50 set hooks for varied fishing opportunities.
  • Traps: Utilize up to 2 traps for enhanced catch potential.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your catch with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks.

Commercial Devices:

For commercial fishing activities, adhere to the following device regulations:

  • Set Hooks: Utilize up to 50 set hooks for commercial fishing.
  • Traps: Maximize your commercial catch with up to 2 traps.
  • Trotlines: Deploy a maximum of 3 lines, each featuring up to 150 hooks, for commercial fishing.

Waccamaw River: Fishing Regulations

Recreational Devices:

Enjoy fishing along the Waccamaw River with these recreational device regulations:

  • Eel Pots: Utilize up to 2 eel pots downstream of the junction of Bull Creek to the saltwater/freshwater dividing line.
  • Gill Nets: Use nongame nets in season for recreational fishing.
  • Set Hooks: Deploy up to 50 set hooks for varied fishing opportunities.
  • Skimbow Net: Utilize one skimbow net for fishing.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your catch with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks.

Commercial Devices:

Engage in commercial fishing along the Waccamaw River with these device regulations:

  • Eel Pots: Utilize up to 2 eel pots downstream of the junction of Bull Creek to the saltwater/freshwater dividing line.
  • Gill Nets: Use nongame nets in season for commercial fishing.
  • Set Hooks: Deploy up to 50 set hooks for commercial fishing.
  • Trotlines: Deploy a maximum of 5 lines, each featuring up to 250 hooks, for commercial fishing.

Warrior Creek: Fishing Regulations

Laurens County:

Recreational Devices:

Enjoy fishing along Warrior Creek with these recreational device regulations:

  • Seine: Utilize one seine for comprehensive fishing experiences.

Wateree River: Fishing Regulations

Recreational Devices:

Engage in fishing along the Wateree River with these recreational device regulations:

  • Set Hooks: Deploy up to 50 set hooks for varied fishing opportunities.
  • Traps: Utilize up to 2 traps for enhanced catch potential.
  • Trotlines: Maximize your catch with one line featuring a maximum of 50 hooks.

Commercial Devices:

For commercial fishing activities, adhere to the following device regulations:

  • Hoop Nets: Deploy up to 10 hoop nets for commercial fishing.
  • Set Hooks: Utilize up to 50 set hooks for commercial fishing.
  • Traps: Maximize your commercial catch with up to 40 traps.
  • Trotlines: Deploy a maximum of 3 lines, each featuring up to 150 hooks, for commercial fishing.

Wilson Creek: Fishing Regulations

Greenwood County:

Recreational Devices:

Explore fishing along Wilson Creek with these recreational device regulations:

  • Seine: Utilize one seine for comprehensive fishing experiences.
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