Fishing Pawleys Island and Georgetown
Fishing around the nearshore waters of Pawleys Island and Georgetown has been fantastic! The cooling water temperatures, coupled with an abundance of bait has the fall bite in full swing. Whether fly fishing or light tackle fishing, fall offers up plenty of angling opportunities. Redfish, Sea trout and Black Drum will begin to aggressively feed as water temperatures cool.
Fishing Pawleys Bull Drum and Speckled Trout
Plentiful around the barrier islands ,inlets, and shallow bars. Speckled Sea Trout will be gorging themselves on full grown shrimp. Juvenile Redfish will be schooling up, feeding in the shallows and packing on the pounds for winter. On our charters we have had some fantastic flood tides fishing! Redfish have been tailing and head waking in the flooded spartina grass. During the fall is when we see our Redfish get incredibly shallow. In many cases, they are in just inches of water with their backs out of the water. This is where my boat of choice, The Hells Bay Professional really shines, drafting just 4″ inches of water. The Hells Bay Professional has allowed me and my clients to access the shallow waters I have only dreamed about.We are able to get in earlier and stay longer even with the lowest of tides.
As the days get shorter and the temperatures drop sportsmen begin taking to the field. Deer and Dove Hunting season begins in September leaving our Salt Marshes less crowded and pressured. We can often travel 20- 30 miles of marsh and never encounter another boat. Whatever your pursuit this fall I hope you get outdoors and enjoy this wonderful time of year.