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Old 02-04-2018, 07:36 PM
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I rarely fish S.C. side anyway, Ga. side has plenty of big crappie.
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Old 04-16-2018, 06:57 PM
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It’s rather confusing so I spoke with DNR personally in regards to the savannah river. Basically you can have either state’s license to fish the main river. However, if you enter a tributary (lake, creek, etc.) you must have that state’s license. Creel limits apply to the state waters you are in at the time of fishing/being checked. Savannah river is just one of those places that have different creel limits due to differences in state regs and the two sides do not agree as of yet.
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I just find it curious they were able to agree on black bass but not other species like crappie and yellow perch.
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Old 04-16-2018, 08:13 PM
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I just find it curious they were able to agree on black bass but not other species like crappie and yellow perch.
I would offer that black bass are kept for the table far less often than crappie and perch. Therefore, it's kind of a wash on the bass, but crappie and perch are usually kept. This makes the regs applicable.
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Old 04-16-2018, 08:23 PM
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I would offer that black bass are kept for the table far less often than crappie and perch. Therefore, it's kind of a wash on the bass, but crappie and perch are usually kept. This makes the regs applicable.
Or the Bassmasters likes having tournaments on Hartwell and Strom Thurmond.

Just this year the vaunted Bassmasters Classic was held on Hartwell.
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