Fish Finder: Week 8

Fishing at sunset on the Donegal coast (© John Rafferty Photography)
Although the last few days have been virtually unfishable due to the windy weather, the best bet is for sheepshead, black drum, black sea bass and possibly tautog at the near-shore reefs off Little River, Murrells Inlet and Georgetown. Sheepshead are the top target, and fiddler crabs are a prime bait. Keeper black sea bass over the 13-inch minimum size limit can be hard to find near-shore, with keepers more likely in depths of 50 feet and deeper. It’s been a slow week on Grand Strand piers, with chilly water temperatures and the surf churned up by the windy conditions. A few croaker, whiting, black drum and silver perch are possibly available among the desirable species, but catches are very scattered at best. The ocean water temperature at Springmaid Pier was 52.7 degrees

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CAPTAIN RAYBURN POSTON

Tiger Anglers Fishing Team Coach
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SALTT Fishing League Director
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