Bull redfish are on fire at Georgetown jetties


The bull redfish are here, and they’re hungry

Every year in the late spring/early summer, bull redfish arrive at the Georgetown jetties. They patrol the rocks and move in and out of Winyah Bay before heading back to the open ocean in the late fall. Last year, the big fish arrived later than usual. But this year, they’re already here, and they’re gorging on all the baitfish.

In this episode of Sportsman TV, we tagged along with Capt. Rod Thomas of Capt. Ponytail Guide Service to experience what true bull redfishing is all about. Ride along as we catch some huge fish and Thomas (336-240-5649) explains what it takes to put these trophy fish in the boat.


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Brian Cope is the editor of Carolina Sportsman. He has won numerous awards for his writing, photography, and videography. He is a retired Air Force combat communications technician, and has a B.A. in English Literature from the University of South Carolina. You can reach him at brianc@sportsmannetwork.com.

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