The Myrtle Beach Inshore Fishing and backwater fishing has been on FIRE the last few weeks here in Northeastern SC and Southeastern NC and should continue throughout the winter months to be good for redfish and speckled trout.
We are blessed with some awesome Winter Myrtle Beach Fishing for redfish, speckled trout, and black drum. Some of the best fishing of the year for these species can occur in the winter time. Redfishing can be awesome in December and January and may be good thru February depending on water temps. Speckled Trout fishing is good thru December with spurts thru January depending on water temps. Black drum fishing can be good thru December and pick back up in March. We only run one trip a day this time of year so we can catch the best tides to catch fish on.
The speckled trout are here and the bite is on FIRE! It’s the best I have seen in a few years. Most days we catch out limit in two hours. The best bait has been live shrimp when we can get them. They are also hitting soft plastics, Gulp baits, Voodoo Shrimp, on 1/8 oz jigs and under popping corks. They should be here through December and a few will hangout through the winter months depending on water temps. Unlike redfish, specks will move to deeper water and shut down when the water temps get to cold.
We are catching some black drum on live and fresh shrimp while fishing for trout. Most are under size, but fun to catch on light tackle. We are also catching a few keeper size one too. Last winter we had a good black drum that lasted all winter. It is looking like we’ll have a good winter on them this year too.
We are picking up a few flounder on Gulp baits still. Most of the flounder have moved offshore or bedded up for the winters. The will Show back up the first of April. With the best spring bite being mid-April thru mid-May.
The redfish are starting too schooled up on the flats and in the creeks. We have been having good luck on them with live mud minnows, live shrimp, and Gulp baits. It want be long before we can start shallowwater sightfishing for redfish in the flats and grass. The redfish will be here all winter long and school up better as the water cools. In the winter months redfish school up on dark, muddy flats and creeks seeking warmer waters that these areas create from the afternoon sun. Schools range from 5 to 10 fish to schools of 100 to 200 fish on the flats.
Myrtle Beach Inshore Fishing
SPECIAL WINTER REDFISH, SPECKLED TROUT,
AND BLACK DRUM TRIP RATES
November 20 thru March 31st
1-3 Angler Myrtle Beach Winter Inshore Fishing for Redfish, Speckled Trout, and Black Drum Trips with Captain Keith Logan are $300.00 for four hours or $400.00 for 4 people.
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