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April 2016 Fishing Report

We’ve been making the best of challenging Springtime fishing conditions here along the southern end of Myrtle Beach and Pawleys Island. The best fishing has been taking place out of Georgetown and the Winyah Bay estuary where we have been targeting red drum, speckled trout and flounder. While better flounder fishing reports have been […]

Early Spring Fishing Report

Water temperatures continue to climb into the upper 60s as we get further into April and the creeks are beginning to become more active with signs of life. Redfish continue to be the primary target, but flounder and trout are starting to fill up the shallow estuaries of Winyah Bay and North Inlet. We’ve […]

Hot Winter Fishing

February has always been one of those months where redfish start showing signs of fatigue from fishing pressure and the cold water temps, but this year has been an exception. Fishing this Winter has been one of the best that I can remember since 2007-8 and good fishing continues as I type.

Large schools of […]

January Fly Fishing

2016 is off to a great start as red fish continue to school up in the shallow estuaries south of Myrtle Beach and Pawleys Island. The majority of the month was spent on the skiff with Fly Fishing clients and we had some very productive days, several trips producing double digit redfish. Ideal conditions […]

December Fishing Report

We experienced some of the finest fishing of the year last month as water temps remained well above average and the weather was exceptional for the most part. Redfish have really begun to settle into their Winter patters and large schools of happy fish began congregating in shallow water. With the warm temperatures, most […]

November Fishing Report

Fishing has been fantastic for the better part of November. With the water temps dropping, redfish have been very cooperative in shallow water using fly fishing equipment and various artificial baits like the Vudu Shrimp. Speckled trout have also been cooperative using the Vudu Shrimp under a popping cork as well as Saltwater Assassin […]

Oct Surf Fishing

Not much I can say about the fishing right now, other than it’s about as good as it gets. Today I had the pleasure of surf fishing with a great group of guys from Charlotte NC and with the help of my good friend Capt. Matt Wilkinson of Georgetown Charters, we had a day […]

September Fishing Report

September Fishing Report for Myrtle Beach, Pawleys Island and Georgetown South Carolina.

Inshore fishing has been exceptional the last few weeks as Flounder, Redfish, Trout, and Tarpon are all biting! Cooler water temps are starting kick the fishing into high gear as Fall weather starts to take over. We are starting to see the trout […]

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Tarpon Fishing in Full Swing!

After a slow start to tarpon season, things are finally starting to get going and I’m happy to report there are a good number of fish around Georgetown at the moment. With the first signs of the annual mullet migration, we seem to be getting good pulses of tarpon every few days now. Things […]

Late Summer Fishing Report

Wow it’s still hot outside… but the fishing is too. I’m still finding redfish and flounder on a consistent basis while the trout have cooled off considerably which is typical when the water temps are between 85-90 degrees. Fall cant get here soon enough!

Tarpon have made a strong showing here recently and the signs […]