Saltwater Fishing Trends - Nov. 28
Fishing trends courtesy www.SCFishingReport.com. Check the site for recent updates and detailed reports.
- Cherry Grove Pier reports a few whiting, croaker with smaller flounder. The spots have disappeared.
- Spottail Bass: Good. Nice catches of slot sized red drum and short fish in the 13 inch range continue to be made in the creeks. Finger mullet continue to be the bait. On low tide fish can be found on creek edges and patrolling around oyster rakes; on higher tides the fish will move alongside and then into the grass. Bigger fish can be found in the surf and around the jetties.
- Spotted Sea Trout: Very good. Look in Murrells Inlet area creeks and the creeks behind Pawley’s Island and fish in holes at lower stages of the tide and along the grass on higher tides. Fish are also being caught off the Second Avenue Pier in Myrtle Beach.
- The Charleston Angler reports that some action has been had on redfish around docks. Use a combination of live bait or a circle hook jighead.
- With the drop in water temp the trout bite has turned on. Top water in the morning produces the biggest fish. 1/4 ounce jigs with metal flake screw tails produces bites also. The redfish are also much more aggressive and large schools are on the flats.