Georgetown South Carolina Tarpon Fishing – August 2014 Report

I’ve been really bad about posting updates and reports lately, but the fishing has been great. August has been all about tarpon!!! The silver kings showed up in great numbers this month and we’ve had fun chasing them around the Georgetown inshore and offshore waters. The highlight of the month was Robert Walker’s first tarpon ever…the 13 yr old whooped the 80lb fish all on his own in 45mins. It was a great day for angler and guide. We’ve done a few redfish trips but the focus will remain on tarpon for the month of september. As soon the as the season’s first cold fronts push through in October, things will shift back to redfish and seatrout. The fly fishing and spin fishing will be great throughout the fall months. This is truly the best time of the year. See you on the water!

douglas jump cheech reaching delta sunrise robert & jay tarpon release robert tarpon jump delta launch jay tarpon release robert cheech release day 2 robert tarpon release ab redfish josh shark 01 tucker & graham cheech release andrew redfish stover redfish trippett redfish will sunset

 

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