Archive for September, 2009

Tailing tides keep on tailing

Posted by on September 22, 2009 at 19:27 pm

This month must go down as one of the best months ever for tailing reds. The winds have kept water on the coast and the lunar side has been doing it’s part. Being said, we have been in the grass on a daily basis. One would think the reds would get tired of eating crabs, but just like me at a all you can eat crab legs buffet I can’t stop. Nor can the reds. Here are a few more pics of the latest excercising of the critters. As soon as the tides start getting a bit smaller I will be looking for some stripers, keep your fingers crossed. Tybee Island Fly Fishing

Charra with her first red on fly, hooked up!

Charra with her first red on fly, hooked up!

First red on fly, or black. this red had bars and the body of a black drum

First red on fly, or black. this red had bars and the body of a black drum

Charra's second red on the fly. Not bad for the first time out.  3 others were hooked and came unbuttoned

Charra's second red on the fly. Not bad for the first time out. 3 others were hooked and came unbuttoned

Hilton Head Fly Fishing

Posted by on September 18, 2009 at 17:23 pm

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Been Having more than our share of fun. Between the east northeast winds and large lunar tides the reds have had more than enough time to play in the grass. As said earlier the onshore winds have been good to us keeping more water on the coast and giving us plenty of time in the grass. The Jacks are still around at the tops and the bottoms of the tides and are ready to pput your tackle to the test. The weather has been great with low temps keeping the fish active throughout the day.

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