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Fishermen in boats can often run into schools of bull reds feeding off the beach, out of casting range of surf-bound anglers. Bulls just off the beach
61 Views - Posted: October 15 at 7:00 am

Not all mullet run against the beach, and not all reds come to the beach to feed. During the fall, mullet will form large schools in nearshore waters, and bull reds take advantage of the smörgåsbord. Anglers who venture off a little often find themselves in the middle of a bull red feeding frenzy!


Find black drum near the bottom in the fall, and you’ll likely catch speckled trout a few feet above them in the same general area. Find indicator species
51 Views - Posted: October 15 at 7:00 am

As large schools of shrimp invade Murrells Inlet, many species of fish will show up to fatten up before winter arrives. From lesser desired bluefish and ladyfish to the favored speckled trout, redfish, and black drum, shrimp are the primary food source over the fall. When anglers find one of these other species huddled up in a confined place, the speckled trout are usually very close by.


Stay on the move Stay on the move
62 Views - Posted: October 15 at 7:00 am

Fishing for speckled trout in the fall can in South Carolina waters can be extremely productive, but trout often move from spot to spot over the course of a day, and anglers need to be just as mobile.


A planned two-week paddle from one end of South Carolina to the other required quite a bit of gear. Paddling the whole state
36 Views - Posted: October 13 at 9:00 am

At some point after joining the plastic armada, every Palmetto Paddler casts an eye toward the map and dreams of an excursion that dates back to the time when the Cherokee Indians ruled this part of the country. The state of South Carolina is traversed by numerous rivers and creeks, and it doesn’t take much imagination to string two or three systems together so, in theory, a paddler could put in somewhere in the Upstate and eventually make his way to the coast.


Anglers fishing Port Royal Sound are catching plenty of bull redfish. Port Royal Sound full of hungry bull redfish
656 Views - Posted: October 07 at 6:41 am

As the weather continues to cool and water temperatures drop, bull redfish are on fire in Port Royal Sound, and they aren't all that particular about what they'll bite. Capt. Joshua Boyles of Southern Drawl Outfitters in Bluffton has been putting his clients on these big redfish using a simple technique.


Speckled trout are hitting live or artificial shrimp fished under popping corks in Winyah Bay. Winyah Bay action great on trout and redfish
518 Views - Posted: October 06 at 11:27 am

Winyah Bay usually has good fishing for speckled trout and redfish, but with the recent cooler weather, fishing is as good as it gets.


Speckled trout have been feeding voraciously in Winyah Bay since the weather has cooled. Cooler weather has trout, redfish active in Winyah Bay
231 Views - Posted: October 06 at 7:05 am

Winyah Bay usually has good fishing for speckled trout and redfish, but with the recent cooler weather, fishing is as good as it gets.


Fishing in Winyah Bay has been great on trout and redfish since cooler weather moved in. Hit Winyah Bay as soon as you can for specks, reds
84 Views - Posted: October 06 at 6:53 am

Winyah Bay usually has good fishing for speckled trout and redfish, but with the recent cooler weather, fishing is as good as it gets.


Speckled trout have been blasting live and soft-plastic shrimp in Winyah Bay. Winyah Bay action great on trout and redfish
59 Views - Posted: October 06 at 6:43 am

Winyah Bay usually has good fishing for speckled trout and redfish, but with the recent cooler weather, fishing is as good as it gets.


Speckled trout have been blasting live and soft-plastic shrimp in Winyah Bay. Winyah Bay action great on trout and redfish
43 Views - Posted: October 06 at 6:43 am

Winyah Bay usually has good fishing for speckled trout and redfish, but with the recent cooler weather, fishing is as good as it gets.


Speckled trout have been blasting live and soft-plastic shrimp in Winyah Bay. Winyah Bay action great on trout and redfish
36 Views - Posted: October 06 at 6:43 am

Winyah Bay usually has good fishing for speckled trout and redfish, but with the recent cooler weather, fishing is as good as it gets.


Fishermen along the northern edge of the Grand Strand have been running into a lot of bull redfish right off the beach. Bull reds have become real Grand Strand beach visitors
799 Views - Posted: October 02 at 9:25 am

Anglers counting down the days until the bull redfish run along the Grand Strand can  stop counting and start fishing. The arrival of fall has kick-started the southerly migration of bull redfish along local beaches, and it didn’t take local fishermen long to get a fix on them.


Bull redfish invade the waters just off the beach at Hunting Island State Park in the fall, making for some great October action. Time to run the bulls - Hunting Island State Park offers great surf-fishing for fall bull reds
187 Views - Posted: October 01 at 7:00 am

When it comes to inshore fishing in South Carolina, the redfish is king. They’re aggressive feeders willing to take numerous baits, and hard fighters, especially on light tackle. 


The author shows off first-hand evidence of how good the speckled trout fishing can be in the fall. Seek shrimp, sack specks - To target fall speckled trout in Murrells Inlet, the first step is to find the shrimp
171 Views - Posted: October 01 at 7:00 am

For light-tackle anglers along the southern tip of the Grand Strand, the arrival of fall is nothing less than an early Christmas present. Fishermen around Murrells Inlet welcome along with October the prime season for catching speckled trout. From the rock-lined jetties on the ocean side to the handful of oyster-covered creeks in this quaint vacation destination, the speck showcase showdown begins. 


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