Well, I tried to fish Lake Moultrie on Wed, 11/30. Backed down the ramp and floated boat off trailer just before daybreak, noticed the boat was moving around a little in the water - landing is protected from lake winds by a bulkhead. When I stepped out of the truck and walked back to the boat, a wave broke over the seawall, and I decided it might not be a bad idea to load the boat back on the trailer and see what was going on (wind was forecast n-w @10-15). I pulled back up the ramp where I could see the open water as day broke, and it looked like water sloshing around in a tub, left over from the previous day's winds, I guess. Anyway, I've been wanting to fish the Black River for quite some time, so I decided to check it out, drove another 55 miles and put in. I spent the first part of the morning traveling about 25 miles of river checking out deep holes, etc. This section is affected by tides, and at full tide and no current, I fished several places with very little luck, only a few small bites, finally went back upstream where fresh water was running from recent rains. The current produced 4 channels 1-6 lbs. There are some holes up to 40' that show promise, and I hope to fish there some more in the future.