Cooking on the Wild Side

Cooking flounder without frying

This unusual recipe will have you asking for more August is the hottest month for sportsmen in the Carolinas. Fishing has been good all summer, but being smart rather than bold helps keep fishermen a […]


The Jim Caudle Reef off Little River is tops for summer flounder

Over the summer, the flounder fishery runs strong inside the estuaries and around the inlets close to Little River. Anglers get plenty of opportunities to reach their limit with a bucketful of mud minnows or their favorite soft-plastic bait, but the inshore lairs aren’t the only places to load up on a limit of flounder either. 



Blue ribbon flounder fishing around Little River is great during the summer

In the middle of the summer, the Grand Strand’s public waterways fill up with just about every type of vessel imaginable, from kayaks and jet skis to the 200-foot gambling ships loaded with vacationers looking to hit the jackpot. Folks looking to take home the top fishing prize should troll their way to Little River’s flounder grounds, where a bona fide reward is lurking below the water’s surface.