September Fishing Kicks Off – Trout & Redfish – Georgetown, SC Inshore Fishing

All it takes is for that first college football game to kick off each year…then the marsh decides to wake up. The trout and redfish bite is really great right now and the weather has been perfect for all-day fishing missions. Topwater plugging will be great for the next couple of months as well. If you get tired of redfish, then the sharks and tarpon are good targets in the inlets and bays. There’s also plenty of flounder hanging around. This is the time of year all anglers look forward to. For the next few months, the fishing will be as good as anywhere on the eastern seaboard. By the end of the month, we will be fishing in blue jeans and flannel shirts…enjoying perfect Lowcountry weather and scenery. There’s no college football game in the country that can hold a candle to the beauty of a Lowcountry spartina flat in the fall. Go get on it people!

bay red chap trout harbor sunset terry red 05 tern & shrimp skiff in grass gulls & terns 2 terry sunrise tagged fish susanne redfish shrimp boat and mill sunset tern drops great egret douglas topwater trout 2 holding water bay sunset

 

 

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