A paddleboard is like a horse, if you get thrown off …
Don Enoch is a marketing manager by day, but he is always armed with a rod and ready to fish. Whether it’s the local pond or the next fishing hole he drives by, Don is always ready for action. In this episode, Don decides to give it a go on a paddleboard in the South Carolina salt water marsh. On his first attempt at paddleboard fishing, Don encounters a “spot tail bass” (i.e., redfish or red drum). As you may have guessed, this fish gives him a little more action that he bargained for …
Don is a seasoned freshwater angler. He has pulled a lot of impressive lunkers from the ponds and lakes around Central Florida. Don also loves to fish for spotted sea trout, redfish (red drum), and black drum. He does this mainly in the inshore saltwater lagoons in the Central East Region of Florida.
This episode takes place on Harbor Island, South Carolina.
Catch of the Day
Also known as red drum, or “spot tail bass” in this neck of the woods.
A paddleboard and a pole.
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