Fishing was really good going into this first week of August. The redfish bite was surprising on Saturday…seems like everywhere we stopped there was a group of happy reds. We also located some diving birds near one of the inlets and decided to fish them for a bit and caught some trout and saltwater catfish. Traditionally, August has been a tough month for fishing because of high water temps and lethargic fish, but the last two Augusts have been great. There are still plenty of good flounder around and the tarpon are being spotted more regularly. While the bite is good, I’m still ready for Sept/Oct fishing. The mullet run will have the tarpon fired-up and the redfish and trout will be chewing as well. See you on the water!!! Click on the images to view them in full size. Thanks for stopping by.
Georgetown, SC Inshore Fishing – August 2013
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