Fishing Reports from the North Myrtle Beach/Little River area

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North Myrtle Beach/Little River – November 14, 2019

North Myrtle Beach/Little River – November 14, 2019

Patrick, of Captain Smiley Fishing Charters, reports that speckled trout fishing has started to pick up with the recent cold front. Live shrimp under float rigs and MirrOlures have been the go to baits. Redfish are also biting well, particularly around grass and oyster beds. They can be caught on both Gulp baits and cut […]

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North Myrtle Beach/Little River – October 24, 2019

North Myrtle Beach/Little River – October 24, 2019

Patrick, of Captain Smiley Fishing Charters, reports that inshore surface water temperatures in the morning on the north end of the Grand Strand are still in the mid-70s. There are finger mullet around, but off the beaches, menhaden are the most prolific baitfish. Bull red drum are still being caught in the inlet on live, […]

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North Myrtle Beach/Little River – October 10, 2019

North Myrtle Beach/Little River – October 10, 2019

Patrick, of Captain Smiley Fishing Charters, reports that the redfish bite has been excellent. Plenty of 17-25” reds have been biting on the low to rising tide, with live shrimp, mullet, and Vudu shrimp serving as great baits. Topwater fishing has also been consistent throughout the day. On the incoming tide, trout can be caught […]

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North Myrtle Beach/Little River – September 26, 2019

North Myrtle Beach/Little River – September 26, 2019

Patrick, of Captain Smiley Fishing Charters, reports that water temperatures are around 83 degrees and there are massive schools of finger mullet in the ICW and its tributaries, but it has been hard to find any shrimp. The flounder fishery is closed to harvest in NC, but on both sides of the border there is […]

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North Myrtle Beach/Little River – September 12, 2019

North Myrtle Beach/Little River – September 12, 2019

Patrick, of Captain Smiley Fishing Charters, reports that inshore surface water temperatures in the morning on the north end of the Grand Strand are around 84-85 degrees. There are massive schools of finger mullet in the Intracoastal Waterway and its tributaries, and bait-sized shrimp are also abundant. Even though the harvest of flounder is closed […]

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