Fishing Reports For Pawleys Island , Georgetown and Mcclellanville
June is here and things are getting hot! Water temps are rising, large schools of mullet and menhaden are pouring into the inlets and the fish are taking advantage! Big sharks and Bull Drum can be found feeding under bait pods ocean side. Live and cut bait has been the most productive but my fly anglers are picking up some nice fish on the flats. Fly Fishing this time of year can be tough and requires quick accurate presentations. Flounder fishing has been red hot fan casting creek mouths and ditches. When flounder fishing I prefer mud minnows and artificial lures like Berkley Gulp . ( Don’t forget the Flounder regulations change this July so read up on the new laws. ) Speckled Sea Trout have been hit or miss due to the fresh water from last weeks rains but should pick back up in the next week or two. Keep an eye out for our long awaited tailing tides and get after those tailing Redfish up on the sprain flats.
Captain Jeff Lattig