Pawleys Island and Georgetown Fishing report
It has been a very busy July and I hope you all had a great holiday. We have had some exciting days on the water fishing Pawleys Island ,DeBordieu and Georgetown South Carolina . The mullet and menhaden continues to flood into the inlets and bays and the fish are taking advantage. We have had some strong winds in the afternoons with big tide swings making our water dirty on both sides of the tide. Soaking and floating live baits has been the most productive for the redfish and Flounder. We’re seeing good numbers of Flounder in Pawleys Island and Winyah Bay. Casting soft plastics and grubs on jig heads focusing around creek mouths and oyster mounds have been the most effective. It’s shark week and they are active here in the LoW Country not only on TV but in the creeks. The past few trips we have seen sharks harassing Redfish schools and even had a Redfish and Ladyfish bit in half at boat side just as we were attempting to net our catch. Speckled Sea Trout have been very spotty and I’m not seeing high numbers like years past. The end of July will bring some epic tailing tides. Hope to see you out there.