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Jan 7th & 8th 2011 – clear water & schooled-up redfish – Georgetown, SC Fishing Charters

 The water has been gin-clear this week as is the norm for this time of year, but this fish are much more active than normal due to the warm weather . So in short, the fishing has been really good. Had regular fly-dude Chris on Saturday who brought his father-in-law along for some action. Chris said this was his best trip so far and he fishes with me a bunch. They caught a pile of fish with numerous doubles mixed in. Chris ended the day by plucking a fat redfish from a school of 30 tailing fish.

Underwater picture taken with the low-quality 5.0 MP camera on my Kodak Paysport. Thought it was a pretty cool photo considering it was taken with a hand-held video camera that costs only a hundred bucks.

On Sunday got to fish briefly with my buds Perry & Douglas. It was hard to get much fishing in with all of the trash-talk going on, but Perry managed to wrangle up a good one on fly that we watched peel away from a school and flare his gills on the fly. I was reminded this day just how good a bucket of fried chicken tastes out on the marsh. If you find a trail of chicken bones in the marsh, they may lead you to Douglas’ secret fishing hole – hahaha.

Randolph, Robert, & Geordie – Easter Weekend 2011 – Georgetown, SC Charters

Fished with my buds Robert and Randolph again today – this time they brought their dad along for the fun. These boys are straight-up mad at the Georgetown, SC redfish. The caught over 20 fish today and did and excellent job fighting and netting fish. Randolph wanted to catch a black drum and caught one on the last cast of the day. Happy Easter y’all. The fishing in Georgetown, SC should be great for the rest of spring. Can’t wait to get out there again this week!