Inshore Fishing in Georgetown, SC – December 2012

Happy Holidays y’all. Seems like whenever we can find time on the water between all of the Holiday activities, we get rewarded with some pretty solid fishing action. Given the warm start to the winter season, the trout are still abundant, and willing to pounce on grubs and hard lures. The redfish have formed their winter schools and the sight-fishing has been great on the days where you can get some clear/sunny skies during the right tide stages. There’s also been a lot of black drum mixed into our catches. If you can get the time, the Holiday season is one of the best times to fish. Not to mention, the wildlife viewing and sunsets are really great in December…there’s always something pretty to rest your eyes on out in the marsh. Hope to see you out there. Merry Christmas!

trout head 2 patty redfish river sunset smyth little nov patty and ben skiff in grass trout release eagle in cypress ben trout black drum beaufort heron pond guzman trout patty black drum

 

Here’s a close-up’s…

redfish macro macro tail release mud

 

One Response to Inshore Fishing in Georgetown, SC – December 2012

  1. Jay,
    Great photos as always! Your posts always make my day. Wishing you and family a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!!