Originally Posted by ice cream man
Fished with Mungo & Harold today.
No wind, clear water, hungry Reds.
We had them all to ourselves today & they were chewing.
We had a few double hook ups & three triples.
All on 3 different topwaters, in 2 feet of water.
Very exciting morning of explosive blows, with hooked upper slot Reds running in all directions.
Chinese fire drill time with rods weaving over,
Originally Posted by Dylar
I made yet another run to South Carolina's beautiful Low Country in looking to scratch that redfish itch. Early returns were disappointing, as I only managed to eke out a few slot fish and a bunch of rats through the expedient of slinging bait and jigs while wade fishing. Wednesday morning we hoped to get out and sight fish some low tide flats. No dice. Lightning and heavy chop kept us back at the house, grumbling and dissatisfied.
Originally Posted by mrpossumtail
Hiked down endless skinny water to get to the good stuff.
Originally Posted by Whitewater
Fished two rivers today, the Tuck and French. Was on the Tuck by 7:50am in Webster floating the delayed harvest section. Caught about ten trout between the two of us in a couple hours on flies. Not great numbers but, three of the fish were over 15in. so I can't complain to much. Woolly Buggers, and worm patterns caught all the fish. I was home by noon.
Was on the French in the late afternoon floated
Originally Posted by striperjunkie
Hey guys i haven't posted on here in a while but thought this would be one for the site to see. we had our vacation on Sept 27- Oct 5. and the following is each days events of the trip. I was able to fish 6 days in a row and lets just say the fishing is on fire right now if you have a boat.
Day 1 we arrived on saturday and just took out time