bigsprig wrote:For the most part yeah, but you need to know the specifics in the lake or river you are hunting.
For example, there are a lot of areas in lake Marion, Moultrie, Murray, Wateree, etc that are closed to hunting by local ordinance.
Most do not have any signs or warnings, you just have to know the rules.
Same thing on salt marsh areas such as around Bear Island where some creeks are closed to public hunting.
Best bet is to research the rules through the SCDNR website or contact a local game warden.
Good luck and welcome the the most difficult, over legislated, coldest, most fun hunting there is.
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