June & July Inshore Fishing Report Georgetown, SC

Have had some enjoyable days on the water lately! The water is getting quite warm and the best redfish and trout action is in the early morning and late evening when the fish are willing to eat topwater lures. We’ve had to resort to bait-fishing during the heat of the day. The flood tide fishing has been steady and we even had a couple of surprise days where the east wind gave us enough water to access the flat on marginal tides. The fish seem to really cooperate on those tides. The highlight from the last couple of weeks was Gilliam’s 24″ flounder caught on a giant live menhaden. Was excited to hear he is going to have it mounted by Hortman’s Wildlife Taxidermy in Pawleys Island. Jimmy Hortman is a good bud who does great work.

Keep an eye out over the next couple of weeks as our tarpon should really start to show up! Can’t wait.

thurs night tailer mav deb ramp hollis tailer brian trout brady & boys redfish eli redfish 02 calm morning brian trout (1) michael redfish joe redfish champ redfish blue crab and snail bo jetty red gilliam flounder 02  dale walking zander redfish triple tailer 2 pace bonnethead flooded picnic jamie & perry 05 hedge fish 2 jamie & perry 04 floater fiddlers 02 egret landing  cheech rooster 2  barb & lyla redfish 02

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