Fishing in May has been great. The marsh has come alive for the summer season. New bait is showing up daily and the fish are feeding aggressively on congregated mullet and grass shrimp. We’ve spent most of our time catching redfish at low tide and during the evening flood tides, but flounder have also been abundant. It’s been fun listening to the marsh wake up the last several mornings. If you keep an ear out, you can hear the sound of flounder and redfish slurping baitfish off the surface. If you slip up on them quietly, you may catch one tailing or with his back out of the water…slip a good cast in there and hold on!
Georgetown, SC Fishing Charters – May 2015
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