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Georgetown, SC Inshore Fishing June 2013

We’ve continued to see good fishing as we transition in to the hot part of the summer. The bait has shown up in mass and the redfish, flounder, and trout are capitalizing on the abundance of mullet and menhaden. There’s been some giant redfish caught lately that I believe show up from the ocean to feed on the new bait. I haven’t seen a tarpon here yet, but there should be a few around and it should be any time that we start targeting them along with sharks and other summer visitors. The first flood tide was pretty good and we have another round of tides coming up late June. If you want to catch a tailing redfish on fly or light tackle, call me about catching one of these flood tides in June or July.

Please click on the photos if you would like to view them in full size…have a good Summer!

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April Mosquito Lagoon Trip

Slipped down to the Mosquito Lagoon in Oak Hill, FL this weekend with friends Douglas and Craig. We had summer-like weather and calm winds which allowed us Lagoon novices an opportunity to do some exploring. We picked at the redfish and landed some nice flounder. We also caught jack crevalle, bluefish, and ladyfish – not glamour-species by any means, but fun to catch on plugs and spoons. We saw some big redfish schools and gigantic trout. You can get to the Lagoon from Georgetown in 6 1/2 hours if traffic cooperates. I recommend this trip to anyone wanting a low-maintenance Florida fishing trip on a budget. Call me if you need contact info for a good charter captains or a place to stay on the Lagoon.