It’s prom/graduation/wedding time in Clarendon County, and as such, things have slowed down for a bit. I have seen so many pictures of great looking young men and women participating in that annual rite of passage that is the prom. They sure have gotten fancy since my day. The skirts have gotten shorter, but the limos have gotten longer!
The best sunsets in the Florida Keys are not those experienced in Key West, at least if you are a fisherman. The best sundown scenes are when you are on the water fishing for one of the myriad of fish species in this fisherman’s paradise.
It’s difficult to make much of a predication on the fishing with so much water coming in from both the Congaree and Wateree watersheds. Lake Wateree and all the lakes above in the Catawba River system are well above flood stage and dumping into upper Lake Marion.
Fishing remains very good for several species of fish around lakes Marion and Moultrie. Additionally, excellent fishing reports continue to be received from local ponds. The reports from Black River and Lynches River are beginning to pick up as well as the water temperature continues to warm.