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Fishing Reports from the North Myrtle Beach/Little River area

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North Myrtle Beach – December 10, 2015

North Myrtle Beach – December 10, 2015

Patrick, of Capt. Smiley’s Fishing Charters, reports that there’s been a solid speckled trout bite around the NC/SC border over the past month, and it will hopefully hold up for most of the winter barring any extreme cold. The fish have been feeding at a variety of spots, but Tubbs Inlet, Coquina Harbor, Little River […]

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North Myrtle Beach – November 12, 2015

North Myrtle Beach – November 12, 2015

Patrick, of Capt. Smiley’s Fishing Charters, reports that anglers are seeing an excellent speckled trout bite around Little River at present. The fish are feeding along shell and grass banks and around current breaks like points and docks. Live shrimp have been producing the lion’s share of the trout action, but anglers are also hooking […]

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North Myrtle Beach – October 22, 2015

North Myrtle Beach – October 22, 2015

Mark, of Shallow Minded Inshore Fishing Charters, reports that anglers are still connecting with some large red drum around Little River Inlet and in the ocean just off the local beaches. The inlet reds are biting menhaden and mullet fished on the bottom, and anglers are hooking up while drifting and anchoring in the inlet. […]

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North Myrtle Beach – October 8, 2015

North Myrtle Beach – October 8, 2015

Patrick, of Capt. Smiley’s Fishing Charters, reports that anglers saw some solid fishing around Little River before last week’s storm and are hoping to see the action get back on track as the water settles down in its wake. Large red drum have been biting in Little River Inlet, and anglers hooked big numbers before […]

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North Myrtle Beach – September 24, 2015

North Myrtle Beach – September 24, 2015

Patrick, of Capt. Smiley’s Fishing Charters, reports that there’s been some good speckled trout fishing around Tubbs Inlet, the Little River crossroads, and near Calabash lately. Most of the specks are falling for live shrimp drifted near the banks on float rigs. Flounder are feeding in many of the same areas and around Little River […]

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