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Fly and Light Tackle fishing, Savannah, Hilton Head and Beaufort

Posted by on May 2, 2016 at 04:58 am

George with a nice second red on fly

George with a nice second red on fly


George B. with a nice first red on fly

George B. with a nice first red on fly


New critters are starting to show up along the coast, Cobia are moving in the area with a few being caught last week on fly.  The season in South Carolina is closed, but you can still go harass them and let’m go.  This is going to reduce boat traffic tremendously and hopefully provide us with more fish cruising the surface.  I will be looking for them this week , and would love to see one inhale a customers fly.  Please no clouds !  George Brownie and I headed out chasing some reds the other day and found some fish willing to take some feathers, but many fish were a bit funny acting.  All in all it was good day, pesky clouds were killing us at times then the wind decided to visit.

Fly fishing Hilton Head, and Savannah

Posted by on January 15, 2016 at 07:05 am

fly fishing hilton head

Clarence Rawlings bruising some red fish egos this week

what a sunset for a cold ride home

Chris Webbers runaway shrimp  crushing them as always.  Chris's flies just work !

Chris Webber’s runaway shrimp crushing them as always. Webber’s flies just work !

hilton head fly fishing fly fishing for reds in Georgia and South carolina Fishing Savannah clarence3 clear 1Mr Clarence Rawlings has been fishing with me for a good number of years and has seen the good and the bad of fly fishing.  The last time he and I fished it was blowing 25 and we got blanked. This time we we had some awesome fishing with pleasant winter conditions and happy fish.  Nothing makes me more happy than when a customer has paid his dues on a trip or two and then gets that day that makes it all worth it.  I lost count on the number fish caught, but I do recall watching about 5 reds eat and fight over the fly in one cast.

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