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Fishing Reports

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 […]

Flounder Fishing – Georgetown SC

Over the last couple of weeks, we’ve been experiencing some of the best flounder fishing I’ve seen in years along our coast. The size and number of flounder have been above average so far this year, which is a good sign the new regulations are paying off.  We’re primarily targeting flounder in Winyah Bay […]

Memorial Weekend Fishing Report

I had the pleasure of fishing with several groups this past weekend in Winyah Bay, many of which had never fished in saltwater before. Congrats to all the anglers who caught their first redfish, trout, and flounder. One of the highlights was a 34in redfish that George Hubbell caught with his family onboard, as […]

Tailing Redfish, Flounder: May 2014

The fishing has really begun to kick into high gear over the last few weeks. Water temps along the coast of Myrtle Beach have passed the 70 degree mark and the creeks are overflowing up with grass shrimp and baitfish. Offshore fishing has been phenomenal for the boys fishing out of Georgetown Landing Marina. […]

April Fishing Report – 2014

Overall the inshore fishing was very productive last month, however inconsistent weather patterns also resulted in inconsistent fishing at times. We experienced several rain events that coincided with windy weather and extreme tides, thus making the water clarity challenging for sight-fishing and fly-fishing. Things started to settle down the last half of the month […]

Spring Break Redfish

After a lackluster February due to cold temps, ice storms, and rain, things are starting to pick back up in the creeks around Winyah Bay and Cape Romain. Redfish can still be found in big schools along the inter-coastal waterway using artificial baits and biting best on the low end of the tide. Closer […]

January Fishing Report

Redfish continue to school in the shallow areas of the estuaries, primarily in small creeks and oyster bays. The water clarity is exceptional which makes sight fishing for Redfish a blast this time of year. Temperatures have been relatively mild and water temps continue to stay in the 50’s which is normal for this […]

Tailing Redfish

We’ve had some excellent tailing tides this month and the redfish have been very active and tailing hard. I’ve been concentrating on the evening flood tides, however we’ve had some really good morning flood tides which seems to make the reds more active and willing to eat a properly presented lure or fly. Here […]

Excellent Tarpon Action

The tarpon action continues to improve as more fish are showing up by the day. We’ve been having 2-3 shots per trip lately fishing along the beaches south of Myrtle Beach and in Winyah Bay. Many of these ocean swimming fish are still on their migration north and can be found just beyond the […]