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 indicate its getting ready to pop! I still have some days open for optimal tarpon tides thru the end of September so give me a shout if interested in catching a South Carolina Tarpon.

Short report for now, I’ll let the pictures do the talking…

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