Inshore: Captain Ron Davis, Jr. (843-513-0143) reports that inshore fishing is at its annual peak. Redfish are biting very well on the flats and in the creeks on cut mullet, live shrimp and cut shrimp. Trout can be caught on the river flats and in the creeks, and they will eat live shrimp, DOA shrimp, and trolled grubs. Sheepshead can be caught around mid-depth hard structure on a variety of crustaceans, and big whiting are abundant in the surf.
Nearshore/offshore: Bull red drum are starting to leave areas like the Edisto Rocks and venture further offshore. Bottom fishing for a variety of species is very good as water temperatures have dropped and brought species closer in.
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