Last Updated on July 23, 2022 by Eric Bonneman
Georgetown and Pawleys Island, SC offer some of the best bull redfish and tarpon fishing around. Whether you’re a seasoned fisherman or someone who’s just looking to try out something new, a fishing charter in either of these areas is definitely worth your time.
Mid-Late summer is the time for tarpon along the Grand Strand. At the same time, as we head into August and here in July, bull reds have become a common occurrence. We have even seen big gator seatrout boated recently.
Tarpon Along The Grand Strand: 2022
As mentioned in a previous report; South Carolina’s 2022 tarpon season has been gradually finding its groove. We’ve seen fish mulling around for the past couple of weeks, but everything is spread thin due to the lack of rain and high salinity levels. However, we’re beginning to see more fish congregating in some regions of the bay as the weather and tides change. See Full Report
Tarpon are known for being one of the most challenging – and rewarding – fish to catch, and anglers from all over the world come to the Grand Strand in hopes of getting a bite.
The good news is that the fish are around, and we have had our shots at some prime catches. The season is still early, which is a good indicator for the peak of the season which is still inbound.
So while things may be different this year, there are still plenty of opportunities to get out there and enjoy some great tarpon fishing.
For those who love to fish, the fall and winter months typically mean heading out in search of big reds. But did you know that there are great opportunities to catch bull redfish right here in the Grand Strand, even during the summer?
The waters of Winyah Bay are known to be particularly fertile, and as a result, they are home to a large population of these impressive fish.
Why Winyah Bay For Georgetown and Pawleys Island Fishing
Winyah Bay, located at the confluence of five rivers in South Carolina, is renowned for its excellent fishing. The bay is home to a variety of aquatic life, including flounder, redfish, trout, and tarpon.
Georgetown and Pawleys Island are located on the bay, offering unique summertime fishing opportunities. Winyah Bay is known for its shallow waters and calm currents, combined with deep channels and direct ocean access, makes it ideal for fishing any time of the year.
Join Us On The Water
If you love fishing, then you’ll definitely want to check out Winyah Bay in Georgetown, South Carolina. The shallow waters are perfect for redfish, speckled trout, flounder, sheepshead, tarpon, and many other inshore game fish.
Captain R.C. has been fishing these waters his whole life and loves sharing his experience with others.
So if you’re looking for a great day on the water, seeing amazing sights, and catching some great fish, be sure to book a charter with Captain R.C. today!
Summer fishing is hot right now, so don’t miss your chance.