New law to protect Santee's super cats

New law to protect Santee's super cats

There are 1 comment on the GreenvilleOnline.com story from Jul 13, 2007, titled New law to protect Santee's super cats. In it, GreenvilleOnline.com reports that:

“It probably should've been done years ago”

Darryl Smith remembers the 'good old days' at Santee Cooper, when he and his clients would catch three catfish or more per day that weighed in excess of 50 pounds. via GreenvilleOnline.com

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Joe

Auburn Hills, MI

#1 Jul 20, 2007
Why has the DNR allowed the Santee lakes to
be abused by all the commercial fishermen and
trotliners for so long? Don't they know it directly effects tourism, as well as natural
resources for the state of SC itself?

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