Great week of fishing here in coastal South Carolina as we transition into June. The low water action has been steady for redfish, trout, and flounder and we had several nights of flood tides for tailing redfish. I’ve been trying to incorporate plenty of scenic photos from our recent outings. My goal is to remind folks that it isn’t the fish that make a trip on the marsh so enjoyable…it is more about getting to experience a place that hasn’t been spoiled by the hands of man. Thank goodness we had landowners who saw the importance of protecting these marshlands for future generations to enjoy. I don’t think we realize how lucky we have it sometimes. With that being said, I think I’ll go fishing…see y’all on the water.
Georgetown, SC Fishing Report & Flood Tide Tailing Redfish – May 2014
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