legal saltwater fish in sc?

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    Tadpole
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    legal saltwater fish in sc?

    what saltwater species of fish are legal to shoot in sc?

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    Mudfish
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    Good question!!! Must have to abide by the limits that apply to rod and reel.Ive been itching to go try.

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    Common Carp
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    whats legal for spear fishing??? i figured same rules apply

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    Permits/Licenses: Saltwater Recreational Fishing License required.

    Restrictions:

    * It is unlawful to gig red drum or spotted seatrout during Dec., Jan. and Feb.
    * It is unlawful in Georgetown County to gig for fish in saltwaters from the northern tip of North Island to the northern tip of Magnolia Beach during daylight hours.
    * It is unlawful to use any type of artificial illumination produced by motor fuel powered generators while gigging for flounder in the waters of Pawleys Inlet north to the northern terminus of Main Creek at Garden City Beach.
    * It is unlawful to gig for sharks.








    so i take it as if you fallow these rules then anything is game, except shark

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    Redfish
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    Go during day and shoot stingray! thinking about that we might go this weekend!

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    Tadpole
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    im gunna be in edisto this wkend thats y i was askin! thanks guys!



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