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Fishing report: Warming temperatures turn on river, lake, ocean fish

What's biting these days? You name it and it probably is. Big news from Thurmond Lake is that it's rising (328 feet-plus) and warming (high 50s, low 60s) and that's bringing fish such as largemouth bass and crappies into the shallows. Mini-jigs trolled two to three feet down beneath floats next to the banks are productive for crappies. Spinnerbaits, small crankbaits and plastic lizards rigged Carolina-style are accounting for good catches of largemouth bass.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/03/19/oth_256680.shtml
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Coyote gains ground in area

LANGLEY - One of nature's most misunderstood creatures, the much-maligned coyote, isn't gaining many new friends as its visible presence continues to grow in the Southeast.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/04/18/met_412575.shtml
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Youth deer hunts slated in South Carolina

...areas in northern Berkeley County October through December. The hunts are being conducted by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources in cooperation with Santee Cooper. The youth hunts are held in the afternoon after the deer hunting...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/09/05/oth_269517.shtml
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S.C.'s Boykin Spaniels a breed apart

...Riley's signature on March 26, 1985. Mike Creel of the information-education section of the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources in Columbia, became fascinated by "the little brown dogs" and began collecting information about...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/05/31/oth_229921.shtml
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