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1 tip to help you hook more flounder

“I can’t tell if I’ve got a fish or if I’m hung up in some debris,” said Monty Gardner while slowly reeling in his line in a creek near Holden Beach.

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Yesterday at 3:43 pm
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1 lure every speckled trout angler needs in his tackle box

Survey a handful of trout fishermen about their favorite lures for specks, and you’re liable to see several answers repeated a number of times: topwaters, soft-plastic shrimp under a popping cork, soft-plastic grubs on jigheads.

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July 21 at 10:25 am
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VIDEO: Dolphin feasting on school of redfish

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Inshore anglers have all seen redfish school up in tight groups and hide out in the shallowest water they can find. It's more common in the winter time when most other fish have left the inshore waters, leaving dolphin without other alternatives for food. 

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July 15 at 9:40 am
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Carry a big variety of lures when targeting speckled trout

Any time you’re going trout fishing at daybreak, you need to bring a collection of topwater lures. Nothing is more exciting, heart-stopping and on certain days as effective as working topwater lures through likely speckled trout holes. 

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July 15 at 7:00 am
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Popping-cork rigs are just the start when targeting speckled trout

Fishing with an artificial lure under a popping cork is a popular way of attracting and catching speckled trout. The noise created by the cork draws attention to its location, and once trout see it, they spot the lure. It adds the element of sound to a lure that primarily relies on sight.

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July 15 at 7:00 am
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Making noise is a key for speckled trout lures

Noise — at least the right noise — can attract speckled trout and give your bait or lure a better chance at being eaten. Popping corks are great noisemakers, and they add an extra or sound to live bait or artificial lures equally, as long as they are used as more than just strike indicators.

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July 15 at 7:00 am
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Three trolling rigs for Spanish mackerel are popular among South Carolina fishermen

Trolling for Spanish mackerel is a great way to locate fish when searching a large area. According to John Boy Koonce, a Charleston-area guide, you can make trolling as simple or as complex as you like; it’s a good way to fish with clients with children who aren’t as accomplished with tackle.

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July 15 at 7:00 am
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Make sure you can distinguish Spanish mackerel from king mackerel

When the water temperature in nearshore waters reaches the upper 70s, it’s not uncommon to see a blending on the fishing grounds between Spanish mackerel and king mackerel. 

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July 15 at 7:00 am
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