The reds have been chewing really good as of late at places like little Tybee and turtle island. Whether your wanting the fish tailing in the marsh or loe=w tide both areas have been doing well. Little Tybee is not only comprised of the south slew the middle one has a good number of fish as well with plenty of tailing opportunities. To the guy who thought he was going to bird dog me last night, C’mon man ! I keep my eye out for people like you, hope you enjoyed watching me do that 360 only to follow you LOL ! does anyone remember when guides spent a good part of their lives on the water they fish. Not these new jacks that grow a beard get a license and try and figure out where your fishing. Getting boats stuck in the marsh and having to leave it there. It’s somewhat comical and Sadat the same time. They don’t have anything wired yet they charge the going rate for their lack of experience. That was my rant and rave for the day.
I get so jacked when I get new flies in from Chris. He’s been tying on the low country for as long as I can remember. (25years). So to say he’s been typing for that long is an understatement. I’m looking forward to some warmer temps and tails in the air. That’s not to say these flies can’t be used on the low water. I have found them to be very effective on both tide stages. Anyone who would like Chris’s contact just shoot me an e mail and I’ll get it to ya.