The South Carolina Fishing Report
www.SCFishingReport.com
South Carolina's Fishing Headquarters
P.O. Box 50225
Columbia, SC 29250
(803) 530-9419
jay@usfishingreport.com

For Immediate Release

Contact:
Jay A'Hern, President
January 16, 2008
The South Carolina Fishing Report

New Web Site Offers Up-to-date Fishing Reports for S.C. Lakes, Coast

COLUMBIA, S.C. - Finally there is a solution for anglers tired of scouring the web and only finding old, outdated fishing reports ' the South Carolina Fishing Report. An up-and-coming new web site, www.scfishingreport.com, provides weekly fishing reports for every major lake in South Carolina as well as inshore and offshore saltwater trends for the coast. The main page of the site greets users with a map of South Carolina ' simply click on a location to get the local fishing report. Additionally, by signing up for SC Fishing Report's weekly reports, media outlets or individuals can receive each week's report as soon as it is finalized.

The site has only been under development for a few months but is fast becoming the one-stop home for both professional and amateur anglers before they head out to the water. Insider information from area tackle and bait shops with local expertise is added to the site at least weekly. Once that information is collected and analyzed different bodies of water are ranked to show the best location to catch a particular type of fish at any given time.

In addition to local reports and location rankings, maps, weather and water level data, the site also offers sportsmen an outlet to discuss successful baits, tackle and hotspots. Casual readers can view the message boards and other threads, and a simple, free registration allows users to post questions, comments, or answers.

Fishermen planning a trip should check out www.scfishingreport.com before they go, and news outlets looking to provide relevant, timely fishing data should sign up to receive free fishing reports from the site.