Fishing Reports from the North Myrtle Beach/Little River area

 Sarah Gagliardo

North Myrtle – October 13, 2016

North Myrtle – October 13, 2016

Mark, of Shallow Minded Fishing Charters, reports that fishing the past week has been some of the best red drum fishing of the year. Every fish caught was over-slot, and anglers looking to target the big reds should cast lines around the Little River Inlet. Use live or cut pogies on a 1.5 oz. Carolina […]

 Sarah Gagliardo

North Myrtle – September 29, 2016

North Myrtle – September 29, 2016

Patrick, of Captain Smiley Fishing Charters, reports that there are a few speckled trout in the area, and the fish can be targeted using popping corks and live shrimp. Small redfish have also been hooked in similar areas, although they are all undersized (between 15-17”). There are flounder in the area, legal size and up, […]

 Gary Hurley

North Myrtle – September 15, 2016

North Myrtle – September 15, 2016

Mark, of Shallow Minded Guide Fishing, reports that anglers are connecting with reds around the jetties, ranging from slot-sized fish to 10-15 lb. fish. The fish are falling for finger mullet, and those targeting the reds may also hook up with flounder. They are also falling for the same bait. There are big spanish sitting […]

 Sarah Gagliardo

North Myrtle – September 1, 2016

North Myrtle – September 1, 2016

Patrick, of Captain Smiley Fishing Charters, reports that anglers are connecting with speckled trout in the Little River Inlet on fresh shrimp. Trout are also hanging out in the Calabash River, and all can be targeted with Gulp jerk shad on a 1/4 oz. jighead. There have been reds reported around Sunset Beach Bridge, and […]

 Fish Post

North Myrtle Beach – August 18, 2016

North Myrtle Beach – August 18, 2016

Patrick, of Captain Smiley Fishing Charters, reports that anglers are connecting with redfish, both under and over-slot. Use live shrimp, finger mullet, or Gulp soft plastics to connect with the reds, and chunking cut mullet may tempt bites from bigger fish that are starting to show up in the area. Flounder fishing is staying strong […]