Georgetown, SC Inshore Fishing Report – March 2014

Spring is coming – it aint here yet – but its coming. We’ve had several warm fronts, firing the fish up for a day or two, and then a cold front blows in and shuts them down again. The warm days have been really great though…I’ve seen tailing fish on a couple of trips this week and some new bait showing up. We’ve caught fish on DOA soft plastics, paddle tail grubs, jerk baits, and live mud minnows recently. Aside from the fishing, the wildlife viewing is supurb in March/April. There are tons of migratory birds making their way back north…I’ve seen way more ducks during March than I saw during duck season…and the bald eagles are everywhere!!! Last year, April marked the return of the bait and the fishing absolutely went nuts – the redfish bite was amazing. Let’s hope this April provides more of the same. Stay tuned…

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