13 Jun fishing report June 12 2016

Summer has definitely  arrived in the lowcountry! We usually beg for as little wind as possible but this time of year a light breeze is always welcome to beat the heat. The redfish have slowed down a bit like they do every summer but we are still getting some on cut bait and artificials and we’re still seeing fish on every tailing tide. This cobia season was better than expected, but with water temps in the low 80’s they’ll be looking to head north soon. The good news is the jack crevale have already moved into some areas chasing menhaden and I expect tarpon won’t be far behind. I have a new tarpon technique that I’m dying to try on the fly. For those of you who like to catch sharks, now is the time! The smaller ones are eating our cut bait while redfishing and the bridge is loaded with larger ones. It may be a little warm, but summer is the best season for catching a variety of fish!

Shannon OQuinn
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