The inshore and backwater fishing has slowed a little due to the inconsistent weather patterns we have experienced lately. The up and down temps have kept the water cooler and prevented some of our inshore species from moving in. This should change as soon as spring has fully sprung and the fish get more active in the warmer water temps.
On a good note the flounder are showing up! They are about two weeks late showing up. On Thursday we Caught 2o flounder in four hours. The only problem is that on two were keeper. This is a good sign… The keeper size flounder will be here any day now! The next two weeks should be prime time for the flounder bite.
We have been catching bluefish at the jetties from 2 to 8 lbs. Redfish and black drum are still biting as they have all winter. It will only get better as the weather and water warms up in the weeks ahead. This will provide us with a lot of action and a good variety of inshore fish to pursue too and will provide us with good numbers of reds and speckled trout along with flounder to produce our Carolina inshore slams.
The redfishing has been good on most days and should be getting better as the water warms. May is typically a excellent month for catching reds in the backwaters of Little River, Ocean Isle Beach and Sunset Beach area.Â We are catching reds on Gulp baits, live minnows and fresh shrimp.
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