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Fishing Savannah

Posted by on November 18, 2013 at 04:55 am

james trout flounder r scott tout tThe fish are fattening up for the winter !  Trout are slamming anything you want to toss at them.  Although the trout are going nuts sometimes  you may still find yourself not catching.  Trout tend to move a good bit during the change of the season.  S if one spot is lighting it up try another and so on till ya find the mother load.  Reds are kicking as well.  It looks as though we had a decent spawn a in the past tear. A few places that I used to fish a good bit when bad, and I mean bad.  I got a heads up that the fish were from a buddy of mine and had to go investigate the situation.  Boy  O Boy I would say the fish are back.  Now many of the fish in the schools were on the smaller side 20 inch range but no shortage of them and all were eager to eat the fly, and jerk baits thrown on spinning tackle.  However you care to catch them we can do it. Fly or or conventional tackle it’s all fun in my book.


Fishing Savannah, Hilton Head and Beaufort

Posted by on October 9, 2013 at 06:38 am

flying shrimppulling on triple shrimp flying 2

all I can say is wow !

all I can say is wow !

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Gary Rogers with his first red on the fly

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Big Baby with a nice red plucked out of the surf

Big Baby with a nice red plucked out of the surf


Well October has been nothing but interesting. I had a couple of days that the trout were a bit scarce than all of a sudden bam !  The trout were everywhere.  Using light action spinning gear and a quarter ounce DOA whit with gold flake seemed to really do the trick.  Trout fishing may be my favorite fishing next to tarpon on fly,  something about pitching spin rods with doa’s or a early or late day top water lure and busting trout right and left is such a blast.  Also with the trout you can go out and fish a bit more relaxed due to the nature of the fish and anglers. So many folks target reds that certain stages of the tide can get crowded, but you can go trout fishing and have entire areas all to yourself and feel free to move around and not spook fish.  Along the beach fronts has been a hoot with some reds of all sizes busting baits in the shallow water.  I have been poling right in the suds and having a blast.  This is not for the faint of heart, with waves coming at you it can be tough keeping your balance at times.  There have been some Tarpon around but seems as though the schools are becoming fewer and further apart.  What a season it has been, 30 poon in the air and 18 landed all on fly. We have jumped a couple more on spinning outfits as well.  Damn I miss that fish already.  I don’t like to wish my days away,  but I can’t wait till next year. The reds in the shallows are turnt up !!  Low water has provided intense action with nice schools marching and shrimp fly everywhere.  Pickney Island is the place, close to the boat ramp and many schools of fish make it the ideal place to pursue reds in the shallows.


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