Fishing Reports from the North Myrtle Beach/Little River area

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North Myrtle Beach September 1, 2005

Patrick Kelly, at Captain Smiley’s Fishing Charters, reports a few small cobia still hanging around the Little River jetties. There are also some big redfish (over 30 inches) around the jetties. Weather has made fishing challenging, but spanish are waiting just outside the inlet. In the shallows, the red drum and flounder are willing to […]

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North Myrtle Beach August 25, 2005

Mark Dickson, at Shallow Minded Guide Fishing, reports the full moon tides have changed up the fishing patterns, and the spanish mackerel are feeding better than ever. Drifting live mullets and then being ready to fire a plug at surfacing fish has provided the most action. The Jim Caudle Reef has been okay for flounder, […]

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North Myrtle Beach August 11, 2005

Mark Dickson, at Shallow Minded Guide Fishing, reports excellent flounder fishing in the Little River Inlet. Drifting live baits will catch plenty of fish, but the bigger fish (in the 3 to 5 lb. range) are along the rocks and out in the ocean on the nearshore reefs. Spanish and kings are still eating everything, […]

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North Myrtle Beach August 4, 2005

Patrick Kelly, at Captain Smiley’s Fishing Charters, reports the fishing has been good despite the hot weather. Flounder are dominating the catch in Little River Inlet, with the bait of choice being a live mullet. Redfish are averaging 27 to 30 inches around the jetties, but the bite has been either on or off. Try […]

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North Myrtle Beach July 28, 2005

Mark Dickson, at Shallow Minded Guide Fishing, reports king mackerel have been the hot bite from Myrtle Beach rocks, 390/390, and 410/510. There are 16 to 17 inch spanish along the beach being taken on clark spoons, but if you want more of a pull there are plenty of barracudas and amberjacks on the Sherman […]