Target Species

Two Men Holding Caught Fish On A Boat

Fishing Report

Summer is a great time for fishing in the Georgetown area. The waters are packed with bait, including mullet, menhaden, shrimp, mud minnows, fiddler crabs, and more!

Sea Trout are very active right now, with plenty o keeper-size fish in the area. They are often found along the edges at the start of the falling tide but are sometimes seen in deeper water.

Flounder are in a frenzy this time of year, surrounded by bait. Found in the shallows, they can be targeted with popping corks and gulp bait. It is not unusual to pick one up while it is chasing after redfish, either.

Tarpons are trickling in while feeding on all of the menhaden and mullet in the area.

Contact captain Taylor for the most recent updates on the area!

Fishing Tips

Below is a list of the different species of fish that we target.  While we hope that we can help guide you to that monster catch, enjoy some of the same tips and techniques that we employ to get a fish on the line.

Flounder are probably the first fish most people think of with inshore saltwater fishing. Not only do they look unusual, they are some of the best eating fish the ocean offers. 

Two closely related species, Southern and Summer Flounder can be found in South Carolina. They look very similar and have the same bag limit. 

Speckled Trout Full
Spotted Seatrout
Redfish Illustration