Things are really busy at the moment so just a quick fishing report for now. We’ve been doing a little bit of everything the last couple of weeks in the areas south of Myrtle Beach and Pawleys Island and when conditions are right, the fishing is fantastic! July is one of those months where you can target nearly every gamefish species that swims in our waters. Plenty of sharks around to keep busy with, most of which we are doing by sight-fishing. Flounder are stacked up in nearly every corner of the creeks and inlets. Triple tails are floating around in good numbers which are also caught while sight fishing with fly or light spin tackle. Speckled trout bite has been solid in the early am hours and we have been catching some 3-4 pound roe trout(females) mixed in with the smaller buck trout(males), mostly on artificial. Redfish are still a reliable options although the mid day heat is making the shallow water fishing challenging. Evening flood tides are your best chance of sight-fishing a happy redfish. Tarpon are staring to show up in good numbers and we are catching them around the inlets and beach as they begin to settle into their late summer patterns. I expect tarpon fishing to be good thru the first part of Oct. Other species like black drum, sheepshead, spadefish, spanish mackeral, and cobia are plentiful! Lots of options out there right now so get out there and get a line tight!

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