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Need Some Help

Georgia to North Carolina

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Need Some Help

Postby Fly Chaser » Tue May 13, 2003 10:03 am

Can any of you guys give me some tips on were to fish and what to use in North Myrtle Beach, SC area. I will be there the 2nd week of June. I am an avid fly rodder or light tackle fisherman.
Thank You in advance.

I would be willing to trade advice and tips for PA stream run Steelhead.
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Postby mupchurch » Tue May 13, 2003 2:52 pm

Chaser,

Wish I could help with the North Myrtle info. I'm a guide out of Beaufort, SC which is a bit to the south of where you will be. Wish you had chosen the B'fort/Hilton Head area. Cobia fishing is good now and tarpon will be here in mid/late June. Good luck.
Some days you drink the wine and some days you stomp the grapes.
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Postby Fly Chaser » Tue May 13, 2003 3:03 pm

mup

My in-laws live there and we visit once a year. It's not my choice!! Thanks for the response though. Just lookin for someone to show me the ropes.
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Postby pgdickson » Tue May 13, 2003 10:47 pm

Fly Chaser,

There is no easy place to get to a fishing spot in that area, unless you're a surf caster. The closest inlet or such is at Little River, SC which is just a bit north of your area. I don't know of any guides that work that area, but, there may be one or two.

If you're interested in driving a bit south, about 40 miles, you will be in the Georgetown, SC area and there are lots of inshore areas where you can catch red drum (redfish) and sea trout.

Our guide service has a web site that offers information on our area. Georgetown was also selected by National Geographic as one of their top 10 adventure locations in America, and Delta Guide Service was their choice of the guides in this area. There is a link to that on our site also.

If I can be of any more help, please write or call.

Gene Dickson
Delta Guide Service http://www.deltaguideservice.com
Georgetown, SC
843-54-3645
We have been guiding saltwater flats trips since 1983. We specialize in catching large red drum (redfish) and spotted sea trout (specks) on light tackle or fly rods. All of our guides experienced and are fully licensed.
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Postby Fly Chaser » Fri May 16, 2003 9:05 am

pgdickson,

Thanks for your reply!!!! I was looking for some backwater or inlet to fish around the area. Off the beatin path. If you know of any in the area please help!!!

Thank You

FC
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