Bull redfish action is INSANE in Winyah Bay

Huge redfish are biting at the Georgetown jetties

If you’re looking to catch the biggest fish of your life before stowing your fishing gear for the upcoming winter, right now is the time to go. The Georgetown jetties in Winyah Bay are stacked with bull redfish, staging up to head offshore for the winter. They’re hungry, and they’re biting, and anglers are experiencing multiple hookups with these giants.

Check out the video to see how Capt. Rod Thomas with Capt. Ponytail Guide Service is catching these fish. And watch the method he uses to revive a big one to keep it from becoming shark bait.

This bite is as hot as it gets, so don’t let the holidays sneak up on you before you have a chance to get out there and catch the fish of your life.

Click here to read about the time Thomas was fishing for bull redfish and some false albacore showed up.

 

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