Johns Island Fishing Reports

Fishing reports from Johns Island, South Carolina, Late August 2022

Fishing report from Will A. in Johns Island, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Will here.

    September is the month to remember. Sheepshead, flounder, and trout are gonna be looking to feed now that water temp is slowly dropping. Always look for moving water and depth with structure around. I personally go during the low tide and look for areas that has both and come back during the high tide and set up for the stopping tide. Usually i do the best the first three hours of the dropping tide. I've found that smaller baits do well such as mud minnows and finger mullet. September usually has slot if rain so if the water looks cloudy from sunshine the run off use finger mullet. Finger mullet can be seen easier than mud minnows, they are white and not dark like the mud minnows. With using shrimp, one also noticed if you use large shrimp that they too can be seen easier and it can keep the trash fish away due to the size but not always. Popping corks will be starting their way back into my tackle box as well. Along with artificial baits such as the Vudu shrimp. Con't forget your Pro Cure and please don't over do the amount needed. It can and will ruin not only the color but also the dexterity of the bait.
    September is the month to remember. Sheepshead, flounder, and trout are gonna be looking to feed now that water temp is slowly dropping. Always look for moving water and depth with structure around. I personally go during the low tide and look for areas that has both and come back during the high tide and set up for the stopping tide. Usually i do the best the first three hours of the dropping tide. I've found that smaller baits do well such as mud minnows and finger mullet. September usually has slot if rain so if the water looks cloudy from sunshine the run off use finger mullet. Finger mullet can be seen easier than mud minnows, they are white and not dark like the mud minnows. With using shrimp, one also noticed if you use large shrimp that they too can be seen easier and it can keep the trash fish away due to the size but not always. Popping corks will be starting their way back into my tackle box as well. Along with artificial baits such as the Vudu shrimp. Con't forget your Pro Cure and please don't over do the amount needed. It can and will ruin not only the color but also the dexterity of the bait.

Fishing report from Will A. in Johns Island, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Will here.

Fishing report from Will A. in Johns Island, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Will here.

Fishing report from Conner B. in Johns Island, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Conner here.

Fishing report from Derrick B. in Johns Island, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Derrick here.

Fishing report from Conner B. in Johns Island, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Conner here.

Fishing report from Conner B. in Johns Island, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Conner here.

Fishing report from Conner B. in Johns Island, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Conner here.

Fishing report from Will A. in Johns Island, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Will here.

Fishing report from Will A. in Johns Island, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Will here.

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