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Warm Winter Brings Red Drum Action to Florida

Warm Winter Brings Red Drum Action to Florida

The calendar says it’s February, but you sure can’t tell it by the fishing action. February is generally considered to be one of the slowest months of the year, but my Super Bowl weekend half-day fishing trips out of Carrabelle proved otherwise. With water temperatures in the mid-60s, which is…


South Carolina Saltwater Fishing Trends – 9/29/2008

Little River – Grand Strand – Charleston – Hilton Head – Tides – S.C. marine recreational fishing regulations (PDF file). Saltwater Fishing License site. Fishing trends courtesy www.SCFishingReport.com. Check the site for recent updates and detailed reports. Little River Bluefish: Good to very good. Bluefish around the jetties. These fish…


South Carolina Saltwater Fishing Trends – 9/22/2008

Little River – Grand Strand – Charleston – Hilton Head – Tides – S.C. marine recreational fishing regulations (PDF file). Saltwater Fishing License site. Fishing trends courtesy www.SCFishingReport.com. Check the site for recent updates and detailed reports. Little River Bluefish: Good to very good. The hottest action right now is…


South Carolina Saltwater Fishing Trends – 9/15/2008

Little River – Grand Strand – Charleston – Hilton Head – Tides – S.C. marine recreational fishing regulations (PDF file). Saltwater Fishing License site. Fishing trends courtesy www.SCFishingReport.com. Check the site for recent updates and detailed reports. Little River Flounder: Very good. Target the incoming tide around creek mouths. Use…


South Carolina Weekly Saltwater Fishing Trends – 8/25/2008

Little River – Grand Strand – Charleston – Hilton Head – Tides – S.C. marine recreational fishing regulations (PDF file). Saltwater Fishing License site. Fishing trends courtesy www.SCFishingReport.com. Check the site for recent updates and detailed reports. Little River Flounder: Very good. Even though the water is starting to get…


South Carolina Saltwater Fishing Trends – 8/18/2008

Little River – Grand Strand – Charleston – Hilton Head – Tides – S.C. marine recreational fishing regulations (PDF file). Saltwater Fishing License site. Fishing trends courtesy www.SCFishingReport.com. Check the site for recent updates and detailed reports. Little River Flounder: Very good. Even though the water is starting to get…


South Carolina Saltwater Fishing Trends – 8/11/2008

Little River – Grand Strand – Charleston – Hilton Head – Tides – S.C. marine recreational fishing regulations (PDF file). Saltwater Fishing License site. Fishing trends courtesy www.SCFishingReport.com. Check the site for recent updates and detailed reports. Little River Flounder: Very good. Even though the water is starting to get…


North Carolina Saltwater Fishing Report – 8/3/2008

Northern District  Dare, Hyde, Currituck, & Beaufort Counties For the 2008 fishing year, all owners/operators of vessels recreationally fishing for and/or retaining regulated Atlantic Highly Migratory Species (HMS) (Atlantic tunas, sharks, swordfish and billfish) in the Atlantic Ocean, including the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea, must obtain an Atlantic…


South Carolina Weekly Saltwater Fishing Report – 7/28/2008

Fishing trends courtesy www.SCFishingReport.com. Check the site for recent updates and detailed reports. Little River Flounder: Excellent. Flounder continue to be caught in Cherry Grove and 53rd area creeks using mud minnows. Flounder are also being taken at the Little River jetties. Sheepshead: Very good. Sand fleas and fiddler crabs…


South Carolina Saltwater Fishing Trends – 7/21/2008

Fishing trends courtesy www.SCFishingReport.com. Check the site for recent updates and detailed reports. Little River Spottail Bass: Good. Anglers are catching spottail bass along structure in the ICW, around creek mouth drains, and in the upper creeks using live mud minnows and Berkeley Gulp. Flounder: Excellent. Flounder continue to be…