Inshore Fishing Georgetown, SC – Photos from May 2013 & Florida Keys Trip

Activity in the marsh started picking up throughout the month of May. The bait poured in from the ocean and the fish started feeding hard. Anglers are catching good numbers of redfish, trout, and flounder. The next several weeks are a great time to go for an inshore slam (flounder, trout, and reds in the same day). We also had a nice flood tide in May where the fish got up on the flats and tailed pretty well. One of my anglers managed to land a nice tailing fish on fly…it was his first ever redfish and first time fly fishing. Wish I could say my first redfish was caught on fly.

Click on the images to view them in full size. Thanks for viewing my photos and for reading my blog. I’m writing this on Memorial Day – I’m thankful for all of the men and women who serve our country and am holding the families of the fallen in my heart.

GH 02 Patrick Blumling 01 winyah fish wide winyah hog 02 frank blumling patrick 03 GH 01 groat wide 02 moon wide Wayne Schmidt Tailer on fly Tom storm 01 grass sunset Cheech flounder02 Ballou fish 01 Ballou and Kurt 01

Here’s some photos from a brief visit to Marathon Key in May. The tarpon fishing was pretty good on bait and lures, but we got skunked on fly. Can’t wait for the tarpon to arrive here in SC.

boot key courtney tarpon head tarpon grass tarpon with chicken_edit01 under bridge sunrise at billys blake and jordan tarpon C&T Sunset 3

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