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Dec – Jan Fishing Forecast

What a fine start to wintertime fishing here in the South Carolina Lowcountry. Redfish are schooled up tight in shallow water, often in groups of 100-200 fish. The water clarity has been stellar the last few weeks and sight fishing for these redfish has been a blast! This is perhaps the best time of […]

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Bull Redfish – Georgetown SC

Redfish of all shapes and sizes are jammed up along the beaches, creeks, and inlets. “Bull” Reds are being caught regularly with some fish exceeding the 40lb mark. Some of the best areas for catching big redfish happens in the estuaries south of Myrtle Beach and Murrells Inlet. Back in shallow water, we are […]

Hot Fishing in October

October and November are perhaps the best months to be fishing in the Lowcountry of South Carolina, and the weather is absolutely fantastic! The redfish are schooling and chasing shrimp in shallow water which is giving my fly fishing clients some awesome exciting sight fishing opportunities.  Speckled trout bite has been less consitant the […]

Early Fall Fishing Report

Although we’ve had a lot of wind and rain to deal with the last two weeks, it hasnt slowed the fishing down. We are seeing big catches of speckled trout in and around Winyah Bay, as well as Redfish and flounder. Tarpon are still here as they follow big pods of mullet headed south […]

Labor Day Tarpon Fishing

Tarpon still here… we caught two today with three of my good college buddies, Drayton, Rusty, and Charlie. We couldnt have asked for better weather and fishing conditions. I got a feeling these boys are gonna be talking about those fish for a long time. Congrats on your first tarpon fellas!

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2014 Lowcountry Tarpon Tournament Results

The 2014 Lowcountry Tarpon Tournament was held this past weekend in Georgetown SC with beautiful weather on tap and excellent fishing. We had a record number of participants(25 Boats) and a record number of tarpon caught with a total of 15 releases. Other than the excellent fishing, the highlight of the tournament was a […]

Tarpon Action Heating Up

The tarpon fishing has been picking up the last couple of weeks after a slow start to the season. We’re finding a lot of tarpon south of Myrtle Beach, between Pawleys Island and Charleston along the beaches, jetties, and back in the shallow parts of Winyah Bay and Cape Romain. Most the tarpon we […]

Late Summer Fishing Report

After a long and very hot July, water temperatures have peaked and fishing has become more consistant. Due to the hot weather,  we shifted our focus from the shallow water spots(with the exception redfishing on the flood tides) to the deeper areas with more current flow and cooler water temps. Lots of shrimp are […]

June Fishing Report

The fishing here along the southern Grand Strand and Myrtle Beach has been fantastic! We’re still seeing good numbers of flounder, redfish, and a few trout are still being caught. Although we’re seeing a few tarpon here and there, they still haven’t made a big push into our waters yet. Shrimp have begun to […]

Cobia Nearshore

Big numbers of Cobia are starting to migrate along the South Carolina coast which typically starts in mid May and last thru the middle part of June. Probably one of the best eating fish in the ocean, Cobia are also know for there fighting strength and cunning ability to avoid eating a live bait […]