LINKS AND RESOURCES
Planning and Scouting
South Carolina River Levels- Next to rod and reel, a river
fisherman's best friend. Allows you to click on your favorite river and see
the water level. Extremely useful web site by the USGS. Your tax dollars at
The Weather Channel- See what Mother Nature has in store for that
upcoming river trip!
Maptech Mapserver- Maptech's free online topographic maps allow you
to explore a river's course and access points from your computer. Once you
get the hang of the website, this is a great resource!
Earth- This is absolutely amazing! Download Google Earth's software
(it's free!) and you now have satellite photos of your favorite river at
your disposable. Zoom in and check out that river you've been wondering
South Carolina-Specific Information
River Runner's Handbook- A great source of
information on public access points for many rivers in South Carolina!
Boat Ramps by County- A list of all public
boats ramps in SC organized by county and a good many are on rivers. This is
a PDF file so you'll need Adobe Acrobat reader to see this (you probably
have it already).
Whitewater's South Carolina page- River descriptions and current
levels. AW's site caters more to whitewater paddlers, but this is an
outstanding resource for fishermen also!
South Carolina Game & Fish
magazine- This is the online version of the
popular print magazine.
South Carolina Water Trails- Great information
about state canoe trails with river descriptions and access points. Divided
Designated State Scenic Rivers- South Carolina is blessed with some
beautiful rivers. These are the best of the best!
Paddling in South Carolina- This is mostly a collection of trip
reports made by paddlers in SC. Not much fishing info here, but you can get
a feel for certain rivers.
Rivers in Columbia- General information on the Saluda, Broad, and
SCDNR and South Carolina Conservation
South Carolina DNR Fishing Site-
Go here for info on license, boat registration, creel limits, regulations
and lots more!
South Carolina Wildlife Federation-
The SCWF does a great job at helping protect South Carolina's natural
resources. This site has some great articles on SC rivers as well!
Alliance- Information on efforts to preserve the rivers around
Columbia and make them more accessible to the public.