In April, redfish are plentiful and hungry in the Georgetown area. With plenty of baitfish moving into the area, the fish get in a feeding frenzy, making them vulnerable to live bait and artificial lures. […]
Anglers can find redfish in large schools in the Georgetown, S.C. area in February, and the fish are willing to bite, especially at high tide. Live bait is a great choice, but soft plastics will also work well on most days. […]
Winter is a great time to catch schooling redfish in South Carolina’s Lowcountry, especially since fewer anglers are on the water and the bait-thieving trash fish have also headed offshore for the next several months. […]
The NCWRC hoped to stock redfish a/k/a red drum, in Hyco Lake to help control the population of tilapia, but their studies determined redfish would not survive due to the quality of water hardness in the reservoir. […]
It’s summer; it’s hot, and almost every living creature is seeking shade every day. The Stono River south of Charleston, S.C., has plenty of docks — and plenty of redfish. It follows that redfish in the Stono will spend a good portion of their summer in the shade of docks, and that’s where Stephen Fields of Charleston Fishing Company likes to concentrate his fishing efforts in July.