Seriously…it’s hot. We’ve had a record number of 100 degree days this month, but the fishing remains consistent for big reds, flounder, and trout around Debordieu, Pawleys Island, and Georgetown, SC. The tarpon have also started to trickle in to the rivers and estuaries. Thanks for visiting my blog and stay tuned for tarpon updates over the next couple of months. Also, please visit www.lowcountrytarpon.com for information about Georgetown’s upcoming annual tarpon tournament August 13th-15th. The banquet on the 15th is open to the public.
Debordieu & Georgetown, SC Fishing is Hot – July 2015
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