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Greater Murrells Inlet (SC) Fall Fishing Report – Updated November 4

-- Inshore: Perry’s Bait Tackle (843-651-2895) in Murrells Inlet and Captain J of Fishful Thinking Guide Service (843-902-0356) report that inshore fishing for most species is strong, perhaps because of a relative lack of bait in the creeks.  Redfish and trout are biting well on live shrimp, Gulp baits, and finger mullet, and black drum are gorging on cut shrimp fished on the bottom.  Inside Murrells Inlet ...

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AHQ INSIDER Greater Murrells Inlet (SC) Fall Fishing Report – Updated November 4

-- November 4 Murrells Inlet water temperatures are around 70 degrees, and with a shortage of bait iin the creeks since the hurricane gamefish are generally biting lures and live baits very well. It’s a great time to be trout fishing along the Grand Strand, and Captain J of Fishful Thinking Guide Service (843-902-0356) reports that the trout bite is nothing short of phenomenal.  They are catching 15-25 keep ...

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Greater Murrells Inlet (SC) Summer Fishing Report – Updated August 18

-- Inshore: Perry’s Bait Tackle (843-651-2895) in Murrells Inlet and Captain J of Fishful Thinking Guide Service (843-902-0356) report that flounder catches have slowed, but mullet are picking up some fish in the shallows early and late.  Smaller redfish are also feeding on mullet (with bigger fish hard to come by), and some nice-sized trout are eating shrimp during the day as well as lures early and late.  ...

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Georgetown (SC) Fishing Report – Updated March 31

Inshore fishing in the Georgetown area isn’t “dynamite” yet, but Captain Kevin “Stump” Grant of Pawley’s Island Guide Service (843-833-4477) reports that they are catching fish.  Because of the absence baitfish many species are hungry, and so if you can locate predator species they are often willing to eat. Perhaps the best bite has been at the jetties, where both black drum and sheepshead are being caught. ...

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Georgetown Fishing News and Report (Updated December 15)

It’s not every December when the inshore fishing in South Carolina is improving!  About a month ago Guide Kevin “Stump” Grant of Pawley’s Island Guide Service (843-833-4477) reported that the bite for the “big four” inshore species – redfish, trout, flounder and black drum – was good in the Georgetown area, although the flounder bite was declining as the black drum bite was getting stronger.  Today I spoke ...

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