Fishing Reports from the North Myrtle Beach/Little River area

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North Myrtle Beach/Little River – Aug 16, 2018

North Myrtle Beach/Little River – Aug 16, 2018

Ken, of Shallow Minded Guide Fishing, reports that water conditions have finally caught up with the fishing action in the area. While there are still good numbers of redfish and flounder out there, both species have been a little on the lazy side, and baits need to be worked slower than usual in order to […]

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North Myrtle Beach – Aug 2, 2018

North Myrtle Beach – Aug 2, 2018

Ken, of Shallow Minded Guide Fishing, reports other than having to duck and dive a few storms over the past two weeks, the weather hasn’t had too much of an effect on the best inshore flounder and redfish summer that’s been seen in a while. The reds are in big schools, typically around oyster beds, […]

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North Myrtle Beach – July 19, 2018

North Myrtle Beach – July 19, 2018

Ken, of Shallow Minded Guide Fishing, reports that this has been the best July in years for red drum fishing. Double digit numbers of fish are coming over the rails in both the morning and afternoon, especially from deep water on grass edges in the inlets and creek mouths. The first three hours of an […]

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North Myrtle Beach – July 5, 2018

North Myrtle Beach – July 5, 2018

Ken, of Shallow Minded Guide Fishing, reports that the inshore flounder bite is still red hot. Working finger mullet on Carolina rigs has been the key, and while bigger mullet will produce bigger catches, most of the action has come from using smaller mullet. The average size for the flatties caught has been between 14-20”. […]

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North Myrtle Beach – June 21, 2018

North Myrtle Beach – June 21, 2018

Ken, of Shallow Minded Guide Fishing, reports that live bait is now readily available inshore, with finger mullet and shrimp being the easiest to find. More red drum are feeding in the area. Using live shrimp under corks around the grass in 3-5’ of water has proved effective, especially on the incoming tide. Vudu shrimp […]