It’s been a very busy summer fished around Pawleys Island, Georgetown and Charleston.
The last few weeks we’ve experienced some of the lowest tides I have seen in years. Moon phases coupled with steady winds from the West made for some extremely shallow conditions. With all the feeder and small creeks dry we’ve seen some epic sight fishing. Schools of redfish and Black Drum have been feeding and tailing on shallow water flats at sunrise. It is an incredible way to spend a morning! The flounder fishing has been fantastic, working deeper water and structure with live finger mullet. Fly and light tackle fishing around the inlets , creeks and bays should continue to be productive and only get better as we head into September. I still have a few open days for August, so give me a call and lets hit the water!