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April 8, 2010

Governor signs new Pawley’s Inlet/Murrells Inlet flounder regulations

Changes to flounder regulations in regard to the Pawley’s Inlet/Murrells Inlet region of Georgetown County were recently signed into law. The daily bag limit for flounder is now 10 per person per daySouthern flounder and 20 per boat per day in all inland waters from Pawley’s Inlet north to the northern terminus of Main Creek at Garden City Beach.
           
The new regulations also prohibit the use of artificial illumination produced by motor fuel powered generators while gigging or fishing for flounder in all inland waters from Pawley’s Inlet north to the northern terminus of Main Creek at Garden City Beach
           
These flounder regulations are scheduled to expire as of June 30, 2014.      

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