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Rating - Excellent   

Thursday, Oct 07 2021
Inshore: Captain Patrick "Smiley" Kelly (843-361-7445) reports that October is often the best month of the year on the north end. Trout, redfish, flounder and black drum should all be gorging on bait before it gets harder to locate later in the season. During October the trout will get bigger and live shrimp will work inshore and at the jetties as long as its available. When shrimp gets hard to find anglers can switch over to DOA shrimp and Gulp! baits. Redfish will continue to eat mullet and shrimp around oyster beds or grass lines, and flounder will be caught on mullet in the same areas as the redfish and trout. Bigger flounder will almost certainly be caught this month. Black drum will eat shrimp and crabs at the jetties as well as at random spots. Through the middle of the month bull red drum should remain in the inlet and off the beaches.Cherry Grove Pier (843-249-1625) reports that they expect October fishing to continue to be excellent, and they are hopeful for more good king mackerel catches after a strong late September. Fishing for red drum, trout, black drum, whiting, and croaker should also be strong.




Thursday, Oct 07 2021




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Little River


Rating - Excellent

Inshore: Captain Patrick "Smiley" Kelly (843-361-7445) reports that October is often the best month of the year on the north end. Trout, redfish, flounder and black drum should all be gorging on bait before it gets harder to locate later in the season. During October the trout will get bigger and live shrimp will work inshore and at the jetties as long as its available. When shrimp gets hard to find anglers can switch over to DOA shrimp and Gulp! baits. Redfish will continue to eat mullet and shrimp around oyster beds or grass lines, and flounder will be caught on mullet in the same areas as the redfish and trout. Bigger flounder will almost certainly be caught this month. Black drum will eat shrimp and crabs at the jetties as well as at random spots. Through the middle of the month bull red drum should remain in the inlet and off the beaches.Cherry Grove Pier (843-249-1625) reports that they expect October fishing to continue to be excellent, and they are hopeful for more good king mackerel catches after a strong late September. Fishing for red drum, trout, black drum, whiting, and croaker should also be strong.


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