Fishing Reports from the North Myrtle Beach/Little River area

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North Myrtle Beach – July 6, 2017

North Myrtle Beach – July 6, 2017

Ken, of Shallow Minded Guide Fishing, reports that the flounder bite is still going strong, but most fish are now prefering finger mullet. Finding creeks with clean water and then throwing finger mullet on Carolina rigs has worked best, but bouncing Vudu shrimp off the bottom has accounted for a few fish as well. Most […]

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North Myrtle Beach – June 22, 2017

North Myrtle Beach – June 22, 2017

Ken, of Shallow Minded Guide Fishing, reports that the redfish have been feeding on the flats and are willing to take Zara Spook topwaters in black and silver early in the morning. Later into the morning, the reds are hitting Vudu shrimp rigged on a popping cork (as well as worked off the bottom). When […]

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North Myrtle Beach – June 8, 2017

North Myrtle Beach – June 8, 2017

Ken, of Shallow Minded Guide Fishing, reports that anglers are connecting with good numbers of keeper flounder. Most of the fish have bit on Vudu shrimp and Zoom flukes, and the falling tide around deeper holes and cuts has produced the most action. Anglers focusing on speckled trout have had success around high tide. Targeting […]

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North Myrtle Beach – May 25, 2017

North Myrtle Beach – May 25, 2017

Ken, of Shallow Minded Guide Fishing, reports that flounder have been the most aggressive fish in the area this past week. The sizes of the flatfish have ranged from 12-22”, but the majority of the fish have been in the 15-18” range. Vudu shrimp worked on the bottom has been the ticket for the flounder, […]

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North Myrtle – May 11, 2017

North Myrtle – May 11, 2017

Patrick, of Captain Smiley Fishing Charters, reports that the trout have been active and are hitting artificials like topwater plugs, MirrOlures, and Vudu and Gulp shrimp under a popping cork. Anglers should target ledges and drop-offs around the waterways, in depths of 5-13’. The rat reds are around, and anglers are connecting with fish in […]