Information courtesy of Captain Dan “Fishin’ Coach” Utley (843-368-2126).
Redfish: Fair to good. Coach reports that concurrent with the arrival of bait-sized shrimp fishing has gotten pretty good, and his boat is catching lots of small redfish to go with a decent number of slot-sized and above fish. The best pattern continues to be working the smaller creeks with cut mullet and mud minnows.
Trout: Slow to fair. Water clarity issues have not made for great trout fishing, but when you can find high, clear water they will eat shrimp.
Tarpon: Fair. Tarpon are in the area and they will eat menhaden and mullet. Fishing a few feet under the surface has been better than bottom fishing.
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