Fishing Reports from the North Myrtle Beach/Little River area

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North Myrtle Beach/Little River – July 3, 2020

North Myrtle Beach/Little River – July 3, 2020

Patrick, of Captain Smiley Fishing Charters, reports that the big four inshore species are all biting well. Inside the creeks, trout and redfish are eating live shrimp fished against the grass. The rising tide and the beginning of the outgoing tide have been best, and cut mullet fished against the grass is also working well […]

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North Myrtle Beach/Little River – March 19, 2020

North Myrtle Beach/Little River – March 19, 2020

Patrick, of Captain Smiley Fishing Charters, reports that inshore surface water temperatures on the north end of the Grand Strand are around 50/60 degrees, and the water is not particularly clear. The redfish bite has improved on the north end of the Grand Strand, and anglers are catching good numbers of fish. There have been […]

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North Myrtle Beach/Little River – Winter 2019-2020

North Myrtle Beach/Little River – Winter 2019-2020

Patrick, of Captain Smiley Fishing Charters, reports that inshore surface water temperatures on the north end of the Grand Strand have dropped into the lower 60s, but the typically clean cold water is still murky. This is one of the best times of year to fish in the Little River area, and it’s a no-brainer […]

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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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