Little River Fishing Reports

Fishing reports from Little River, South Carolina, Late September 2022

Fishing report from Chris O. in Little River, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Chris here.

    On the nearshore reefs there’s been a good push of larger flounder with most ranging from 18”-25”. The flounder have been biting mullet, pogies, and baby croakers in the 3-7”range using a Carolina rig 1oz -3oz depending on the tide. Best bites have been around the barges and APCs. If you get a pretty day there’s been a good push of grouper as shallow as 50-60ft on the ledges. The best baits have been pin fish and live pogies. Around the jetties there has been some trout redfish flounder and Spanish . Most of the trout have been caught on live shrimp floating down along the rocks anywhere from 5 to 10 foot down. You can catch some of the redfish using the slip corks with live shrimp or Just off the rocks on the outside and around the channel there’s been some bigger (over slot)redfish you can use cut bait (blue fish, pogies, mullet) or live pogies on a Carolina rig (2-3oz weight with 12”-16” 40lb fluorocarbon leader with a 8/0 circle hook. These bigger reds aren’t the main bull run which should start very soon but are more of our local fish pushing to the jetties with all the bait in the ocean. While fishing for these reds there is a good amount of flounder have been tight to the rocks and hanging around any bottom structure don’t be surprised if you catch them in the channel too. If you just fishing for flounder the outside of the jetties when the water is cleanest with a 1/4 ounce jig head with a finger mullet has been the best. If you start seeing an area with Spanish jumping and chasing mullet try anchoring in that area and start throwing live mullet around the boat on
    On the nearshore reefs there’s been a good push of larger flounder with most ranging from 18”-25”. The flounder have been biting mullet, pogies, and baby croakers in the 3-7”range using a Carolina rig 1oz -3oz depending on the tide. Best bites have been around the barges and APCs. If you get a pretty day there’s been a good push of grouper as shallow as 50-60ft on the ledges. The best baits have been pin fish and live pogies. Around the jetties there has been some trout redfish flounder and Spanish . Most of the trout have been caught on live shrimp floating down along the rocks anywhere from 5 to 10 foot down. You can catch some of the redfish using the slip corks with live shrimp or Just off the rocks on the outside and around the channel there’s been some bigger (over slot)redfish you can use cut bait (blue fish, pogies, mullet) or live pogies on a Carolina rig (2-3oz weight with 12”-16” 40lb fluorocarbon leader with a 8/0 circle hook. These bigger reds aren’t the main bull run which should start very soon but are more of our local fish pushing to the jetties with all the bait in the ocean. While fishing for these reds there is a good amount of flounder have been tight to the rocks and hanging around any bottom structure don’t be surprised if you catch them in the channel too. If you just fishing for flounder the outside of the jetties when the water is cleanest with a 1/4 ounce jig head with a finger mullet has been the best. If you start seeing an area with Spanish jumping and chasing mullet try anchoring in that area and start throwing live mullet around the boat on
    On the nearshore reefs there’s been a good push of larger flounder with most ranging from 18”-25”. The flounder have been biting mullet, pogies, and baby croakers in the 3-7”range using a Carolina rig 1oz -3oz depending on the tide. Best bites have been around the barges and APCs. If you get a pretty day there’s been a good push of grouper as shallow as 50-60ft on the ledges. The best baits have been pin fish and live pogies. Around the jetties there has been some trout redfish flounder and Spanish . Most of the trout have been caught on live shrimp floating down along the rocks anywhere from 5 to 10 foot down. You can catch some of the redfish using the slip corks with live shrimp or Just off the rocks on the outside and around the channel there’s been some bigger (over slot)redfish you can use cut bait (blue fish, pogies, mullet) or live pogies on a Carolina rig (2-3oz weight with 12”-16” 40lb fluorocarbon leader with a 8/0 circle hook. These bigger reds aren’t the main bull run which should start very soon but are more of our local fish pushing to the jetties with all the bait in the ocean. While fishing for these reds there is a good amount of flounder have been tight to the rocks and hanging around any bottom structure don’t be surprised if you catch them in the channel too. If you just fishing for flounder the outside of the jetties when the water is cleanest with a 1/4 ounce jig head with a finger mullet has been the best. If you start seeing an area with Spanish jumping and chasing mullet try anchoring in that area and start throwing live mullet around the boat on
    On the nearshore reefs there’s been a good push of larger flounder with most ranging from 18”-25”. The flounder have been biting mullet, pogies, and baby croakers in the 3-7”range using a Carolina rig 1oz -3oz depending on the tide. Best bites have been around the barges and APCs. If you get a pretty day there’s been a good push of grouper as shallow as 50-60ft on the ledges. The best baits have been pin fish and live pogies. Around the jetties there has been some trout redfish flounder and Spanish . Most of the trout have been caught on live shrimp floating down along the rocks anywhere from 5 to 10 foot down. You can catch some of the redfish using the slip corks with live shrimp or Just off the rocks on the outside and around the channel there’s been some bigger (over slot)redfish you can use cut bait (blue fish, pogies, mullet) or live pogies on a Carolina rig (2-3oz weight with 12”-16” 40lb fluorocarbon leader with a 8/0 circle hook. These bigger reds aren’t the main bull run which should start very soon but are more of our local fish pushing to the jetties with all the bait in the ocean. While fishing for these reds there is a good amount of flounder have been tight to the rocks and hanging around any bottom structure don’t be surprised if you catch them in the channel too. If you just fishing for flounder the outside of the jetties when the water is cleanest with a 1/4 ounce jig head with a finger mullet has been the best. If you start seeing an area with Spanish jumping and chasing mullet try anchoring in that area and start throwing live mullet around the boat on
    On the nearshore reefs there’s been a good push of larger flounder with most ranging from 18”-25”. The flounder have been biting mullet, pogies, and baby croakers in the 3-7”range using a Carolina rig 1oz -3oz depending on the tide. Best bites have been around the barges and APCs. If you get a pretty day there’s been a good push of grouper as shallow as 50-60ft on the ledges. The best baits have been pin fish and live pogies. Around the jetties there has been some trout redfish flounder and Spanish . Most of the trout have been caught on live shrimp floating down along the rocks anywhere from 5 to 10 foot down. You can catch some of the redfish using the slip corks with live shrimp or Just off the rocks on the outside and around the channel there’s been some bigger (over slot)redfish you can use cut bait (blue fish, pogies, mullet) or live pogies on a Carolina rig (2-3oz weight with 12”-16” 40lb fluorocarbon leader with a 8/0 circle hook. These bigger reds aren’t the main bull run which should start very soon but are more of our local fish pushing to the jetties with all the bait in the ocean. While fishing for these reds there is a good amount of flounder have been tight to the rocks and hanging around any bottom structure don’t be surprised if you catch them in the channel too. If you just fishing for flounder the outside of the jetties when the water is cleanest with a 1/4 ounce jig head with a finger mullet has been the best. If you start seeing an area with Spanish jumping and chasing mullet try anchoring in that area and start throwing live mullet around the boat on
    On the nearshore reefs there’s been a good push of larger flounder with most ranging from 18”-25”. The flounder have been biting mullet, pogies, and baby croakers in the 3-7”range using a Carolina rig 1oz -3oz depending on the tide. Best bites have been around the barges and APCs. If you get a pretty day there’s been a good push of grouper as shallow as 50-60ft on the ledges. The best baits have been pin fish and live pogies. Around the jetties there has been some trout redfish flounder and Spanish . Most of the trout have been caught on live shrimp floating down along the rocks anywhere from 5 to 10 foot down. You can catch some of the redfish using the slip corks with live shrimp or Just off the rocks on the outside and around the channel there’s been some bigger (over slot)redfish you can use cut bait (blue fish, pogies, mullet) or live pogies on a Carolina rig (2-3oz weight with 12”-16” 40lb fluorocarbon leader with a 8/0 circle hook. These bigger reds aren’t the main bull run which should start very soon but are more of our local fish pushing to the jetties with all the bait in the ocean. While fishing for these reds there is a good amount of flounder have been tight to the rocks and hanging around any bottom structure don’t be surprised if you catch them in the channel too. If you just fishing for flounder the outside of the jetties when the water is cleanest with a 1/4 ounce jig head with a finger mullet has been the best. If you start seeing an area with Spanish jumping and chasing mullet try anchoring in that area and start throwing live mullet around the boat on
    On the nearshore reefs there’s been a good push of larger flounder with most ranging from 18”-25”. The flounder have been biting mullet, pogies, and baby croakers in the 3-7”range using a Carolina rig 1oz -3oz depending on the tide. Best bites have been around the barges and APCs. If you get a pretty day there’s been a good push of grouper as shallow as 50-60ft on the ledges. The best baits have been pin fish and live pogies. Around the jetties there has been some trout redfish flounder and Spanish . Most of the trout have been caught on live shrimp floating down along the rocks anywhere from 5 to 10 foot down. You can catch some of the redfish using the slip corks with live shrimp or Just off the rocks on the outside and around the channel there’s been some bigger (over slot)redfish you can use cut bait (blue fish, pogies, mullet) or live pogies on a Carolina rig (2-3oz weight with 12”-16” 40lb fluorocarbon leader with a 8/0 circle hook. These bigger reds aren’t the main bull run which should start very soon but are more of our local fish pushing to the jetties with all the bait in the ocean. While fishing for these reds there is a good amount of flounder have been tight to the rocks and hanging around any bottom structure don’t be surprised if you catch them in the channel too. If you just fishing for flounder the outside of the jetties when the water is cleanest with a 1/4 ounce jig head with a finger mullet has been the best. If you start seeing an area with Spanish jumping and chasing mullet try anchoring in that area and start throwing live mullet around the boat on

Fishing report from Chris O. in Little River, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Chris here.

    The grouper are starting to moving in about 60 to 70 foot of water. We're catching a good mix of keepers and a few shorts on live pin fish and pogies. As for inshore most of the flounder are moving in from the reefs and there's a good amount of fish around the creek mouths and deeper channels. The best baits have been finger mullet or smaller pogies. Theres been a good push of redfish around the jetty rocks, grass flats and backwater creeks. We've been catching them on live shrimp, pogies, and finger mullet. As for trout it's been slim pickins the few we've been catching have been around the jetties and shell banks on live shrimp.
    The grouper are starting to moving in about 60 to 70 foot of water. We're catching a good mix of keepers and a few shorts on live pin fish and pogies. As for inshore most of the flounder are moving in from the reefs and there's a good amount of fish around the creek mouths and deeper channels. The best baits have been finger mullet or smaller pogies. Theres been a good push of redfish around the jetty rocks, grass flats and backwater creeks. We've been catching them on live shrimp, pogies, and finger mullet. As for trout it's been slim pickins the few we've been catching have been around the jetties and shell banks on live shrimp.
    The grouper are starting to moving in about 60 to 70 foot of water. We're catching a good mix of keepers and a few shorts on live pin fish and pogies. As for inshore most of the flounder are moving in from the reefs and there's a good amount of fish around the creek mouths and deeper channels. The best baits have been finger mullet or smaller pogies. Theres been a good push of redfish around the jetty rocks, grass flats and backwater creeks. We've been catching them on live shrimp, pogies, and finger mullet. As for trout it's been slim pickins the few we've been catching have been around the jetties and shell banks on live shrimp.
    The grouper are starting to moving in about 60 to 70 foot of water. We're catching a good mix of keepers and a few shorts on live pin fish and pogies. As for inshore most of the flounder are moving in from the reefs and there's a good amount of fish around the creek mouths and deeper channels. The best baits have been finger mullet or smaller pogies. Theres been a good push of redfish around the jetty rocks, grass flats and backwater creeks. We've been catching them on live shrimp, pogies, and finger mullet. As for trout it's been slim pickins the few we've been catching have been around the jetties and shell banks on live shrimp.
    The grouper are starting to moving in about 60 to 70 foot of water. We're catching a good mix of keepers and a few shorts on live pin fish and pogies. As for inshore most of the flounder are moving in from the reefs and there's a good amount of fish around the creek mouths and deeper channels. The best baits have been finger mullet or smaller pogies. Theres been a good push of redfish around the jetty rocks, grass flats and backwater creeks. We've been catching them on live shrimp, pogies, and finger mullet. As for trout it's been slim pickins the few we've been catching have been around the jetties and shell banks on live shrimp.

Fishing report from Chris O. in Little River, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Chris here.

    On the nearshore reefs there’s been a good flounder and Spanish bite. Which should continue into September. The flounder have been biting mullet, pogies, and baby croakers in the 3-7”range using a Carolina rig around the barges and APCs. the Spanish have been biting Spoons and mackerel trees either trolling the mackerel tree with a number one planer or casting gold or silver spoons. You can also chum with live mullet to get the Spanish fired up then live line a mullet on a number 4 treble with 3-4” of wire. Around the jetties there has been some trout redfish flounder and Spanish . Most of the trout have been caught on live shrimp floating down along the rocks anywhere from 5 to 10 foot down. You can catch some of the redfish using the slip corks with live shrimp or Just off the rocks and around the channel there’s been some bull redfish you can use cut bait (blue fish, pogies, mullet) or live pogies on a Carolina rig (2-3oz weight with 12”-16” 40lb fluorocarbon leader with a 8/0 circle hook. This bull redfish bite should only get better moving into September/October. The flounder have been tight to the rocks and hanging around any bottom structure. Fishing the outside of the jetties when the water is cleanest with a 1/4 ounce jig head with a finger mullet has been the best. If you start seeing an area with Spanish jumping and chasing mullet try anchoring in that area and start throwing live mullet around the boat once you start seeing the Spanish around the boat pitch a mullet on a number 4 treble with 2-3” of wire or any top water bait and they should hammer it!
    On the nearshore reefs there’s been a good flounder and Spanish bite. Which should continue into September. The flounder have been biting mullet, pogies, and baby croakers in the 3-7”range using a Carolina rig around the barges and APCs. the Spanish have been biting Spoons and mackerel trees either trolling the mackerel tree with a number one planer or casting gold or silver spoons. You can also chum with live mullet to get the Spanish fired up then live line a mullet on a number 4 treble with 3-4” of wire. Around the jetties there has been some trout redfish flounder and Spanish . Most of the trout have been caught on live shrimp floating down along the rocks anywhere from 5 to 10 foot down. You can catch some of the redfish using the slip corks with live shrimp or Just off the rocks and around the channel there’s been some bull redfish you can use cut bait (blue fish, pogies, mullet) or live pogies on a Carolina rig (2-3oz weight with 12”-16” 40lb fluorocarbon leader with a 8/0 circle hook. This bull redfish bite should only get better moving into September/October. The flounder have been tight to the rocks and hanging around any bottom structure. Fishing the outside of the jetties when the water is cleanest with a 1/4 ounce jig head with a finger mullet has been the best. If you start seeing an area with Spanish jumping and chasing mullet try anchoring in that area and start throwing live mullet around the boat once you start seeing the Spanish around the boat pitch a mullet on a number 4 treble with 2-3” of wire or any top water bait and they should hammer it!
    On the nearshore reefs there’s been a good flounder and Spanish bite. Which should continue into September. The flounder have been biting mullet, pogies, and baby croakers in the 3-7”range using a Carolina rig around the barges and APCs. the Spanish have been biting Spoons and mackerel trees either trolling the mackerel tree with a number one planer or casting gold or silver spoons. You can also chum with live mullet to get the Spanish fired up then live line a mullet on a number 4 treble with 3-4” of wire. Around the jetties there has been some trout redfish flounder and Spanish . Most of the trout have been caught on live shrimp floating down along the rocks anywhere from 5 to 10 foot down. You can catch some of the redfish using the slip corks with live shrimp or Just off the rocks and around the channel there’s been some bull redfish you can use cut bait (blue fish, pogies, mullet) or live pogies on a Carolina rig (2-3oz weight with 12”-16” 40lb fluorocarbon leader with a 8/0 circle hook. This bull redfish bite should only get better moving into September/October. The flounder have been tight to the rocks and hanging around any bottom structure. Fishing the outside of the jetties when the water is cleanest with a 1/4 ounce jig head with a finger mullet has been the best. If you start seeing an area with Spanish jumping and chasing mullet try anchoring in that area and start throwing live mullet around the boat once you start seeing the Spanish around the boat pitch a mullet on a number 4 treble with 2-3” of wire or any top water bait and they should hammer it!
    On the nearshore reefs there’s been a good flounder and Spanish bite. Which should continue into September. The flounder have been biting mullet, pogies, and baby croakers in the 3-7”range using a Carolina rig around the barges and APCs. the Spanish have been biting Spoons and mackerel trees either trolling the mackerel tree with a number one planer or casting gold or silver spoons. You can also chum with live mullet to get the Spanish fired up then live line a mullet on a number 4 treble with 3-4” of wire. Around the jetties there has been some trout redfish flounder and Spanish . Most of the trout have been caught on live shrimp floating down along the rocks anywhere from 5 to 10 foot down. You can catch some of the redfish using the slip corks with live shrimp or Just off the rocks and around the channel there’s been some bull redfish you can use cut bait (blue fish, pogies, mullet) or live pogies on a Carolina rig (2-3oz weight with 12”-16” 40lb fluorocarbon leader with a 8/0 circle hook. This bull redfish bite should only get better moving into September/October. The flounder have been tight to the rocks and hanging around any bottom structure. Fishing the outside of the jetties when the water is cleanest with a 1/4 ounce jig head with a finger mullet has been the best. If you start seeing an area with Spanish jumping and chasing mullet try anchoring in that area and start throwing live mullet around the boat once you start seeing the Spanish around the boat pitch a mullet on a number 4 treble with 2-3” of wire or any top water bait and they should hammer it!
    On the nearshore reefs there’s been a good flounder and Spanish bite. Which should continue into September. The flounder have been biting mullet, pogies, and baby croakers in the 3-7”range using a Carolina rig around the barges and APCs. the Spanish have been biting Spoons and mackerel trees either trolling the mackerel tree with a number one planer or casting gold or silver spoons. You can also chum with live mullet to get the Spanish fired up then live line a mullet on a number 4 treble with 3-4” of wire. Around the jetties there has been some trout redfish flounder and Spanish . Most of the trout have been caught on live shrimp floating down along the rocks anywhere from 5 to 10 foot down. You can catch some of the redfish using the slip corks with live shrimp or Just off the rocks and around the channel there’s been some bull redfish you can use cut bait (blue fish, pogies, mullet) or live pogies on a Carolina rig (2-3oz weight with 12”-16” 40lb fluorocarbon leader with a 8/0 circle hook. This bull redfish bite should only get better moving into September/October. The flounder have been tight to the rocks and hanging around any bottom structure. Fishing the outside of the jetties when the water is cleanest with a 1/4 ounce jig head with a finger mullet has been the best. If you start seeing an area with Spanish jumping and chasing mullet try anchoring in that area and start throwing live mullet around the boat once you start seeing the Spanish around the boat pitch a mullet on a number 4 treble with 2-3” of wire or any top water bait and they should hammer it!
    On the nearshore reefs there’s been a good flounder and Spanish bite. Which should continue into September. The flounder have been biting mullet, pogies, and baby croakers in the 3-7”range using a Carolina rig around the barges and APCs. the Spanish have been biting Spoons and mackerel trees either trolling the mackerel tree with a number one planer or casting gold or silver spoons. You can also chum with live mullet to get the Spanish fired up then live line a mullet on a number 4 treble with 3-4” of wire. Around the jetties there has been some trout redfish flounder and Spanish . Most of the trout have been caught on live shrimp floating down along the rocks anywhere from 5 to 10 foot down. You can catch some of the redfish using the slip corks with live shrimp or Just off the rocks and around the channel there’s been some bull redfish you can use cut bait (blue fish, pogies, mullet) or live pogies on a Carolina rig (2-3oz weight with 12”-16” 40lb fluorocarbon leader with a 8/0 circle hook. This bull redfish bite should only get better moving into September/October. The flounder have been tight to the rocks and hanging around any bottom structure. Fishing the outside of the jetties when the water is cleanest with a 1/4 ounce jig head with a finger mullet has been the best. If you start seeing an area with Spanish jumping and chasing mullet try anchoring in that area and start throwing live mullet around the boat once you start seeing the Spanish around the boat pitch a mullet on a number 4 treble with 2-3” of wire or any top water bait and they should hammer it!
    On the nearshore reefs there’s been a good flounder and Spanish bite. Which should continue into September. The flounder have been biting mullet, pogies, and baby croakers in the 3-7”range using a Carolina rig around the barges and APCs. the Spanish have been biting Spoons and mackerel trees either trolling the mackerel tree with a number one planer or casting gold or silver spoons. You can also chum with live mullet to get the Spanish fired up then live line a mullet on a number 4 treble with 3-4” of wire. Around the jetties there has been some trout redfish flounder and Spanish . Most of the trout have been caught on live shrimp floating down along the rocks anywhere from 5 to 10 foot down. You can catch some of the redfish using the slip corks with live shrimp or Just off the rocks and around the channel there’s been some bull redfish you can use cut bait (blue fish, pogies, mullet) or live pogies on a Carolina rig (2-3oz weight with 12”-16” 40lb fluorocarbon leader with a 8/0 circle hook. This bull redfish bite should only get better moving into September/October. The flounder have been tight to the rocks and hanging around any bottom structure. Fishing the outside of the jetties when the water is cleanest with a 1/4 ounce jig head with a finger mullet has been the best. If you start seeing an area with Spanish jumping and chasing mullet try anchoring in that area and start throwing live mullet around the boat once you start seeing the Spanish around the boat pitch a mullet on a number 4 treble with 2-3” of wire or any top water bait and they should hammer it!
    On the nearshore reefs there’s been a good flounder and Spanish bite. Which should continue into September. The flounder have been biting mullet, pogies, and baby croakers in the 3-7”range using a Carolina rig around the barges and APCs. the Spanish have been biting Spoons and mackerel trees either trolling the mackerel tree with a number one planer or casting gold or silver spoons. You can also chum with live mullet to get the Spanish fired up then live line a mullet on a number 4 treble with 3-4” of wire. Around the jetties there has been some trout redfish flounder and Spanish . Most of the trout have been caught on live shrimp floating down along the rocks anywhere from 5 to 10 foot down. You can catch some of the redfish using the slip corks with live shrimp or Just off the rocks and around the channel there’s been some bull redfish you can use cut bait (blue fish, pogies, mullet) or live pogies on a Carolina rig (2-3oz weight with 12”-16” 40lb fluorocarbon leader with a 8/0 circle hook. This bull redfish bite should only get better moving into September/October. The flounder have been tight to the rocks and hanging around any bottom structure. Fishing the outside of the jetties when the water is cleanest with a 1/4 ounce jig head with a finger mullet has been the best. If you start seeing an area with Spanish jumping and chasing mullet try anchoring in that area and start throwing live mullet around the boat once you start seeing the Spanish around the boat pitch a mullet on a number 4 treble with 2-3” of wire or any top water bait and they should hammer it!

Fishing report from Chris O. in Little River, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Chris here.

Fishing report from Chris O. in Little River, South Carolina.

    Hot, windy, lots of rain. Tough conditions. Smaller reds, trout, flounder. Looking for sharks on the intracoastal, 4-7 feet. Mostly sandbar sharks and bull sharks, a few spinners and lemon sharks. Lots of overslot reds in deeper channels, caught on menhaden and porgies. Mullet letting us down. Hot water depleting oxygen in the water, keeping flounder out on the reefs rather than inshore.
    Hot, windy, lots of rain. Tough conditions. Smaller reds, trout, flounder. Looking for sharks on the intracoastal, 4-7 feet. Mostly sandbar sharks and bull sharks, a few spinners and lemon sharks. Lots of overslot reds in deeper channels, caught on menhaden and porgies. Mullet letting us down. Hot water depleting oxygen in the water, keeping flounder out on the reefs rather than inshore.
    Hot, windy, lots of rain. Tough conditions. Smaller reds, trout, flounder. Looking for sharks on the intracoastal, 4-7 feet. Mostly sandbar sharks and bull sharks, a few spinners and lemon sharks. Lots of overslot reds in deeper channels, caught on menhaden and porgies. Mullet letting us down. Hot water depleting oxygen in the water, keeping flounder out on the reefs rather than inshore.
    Hot, windy, lots of rain. Tough conditions. Smaller reds, trout, flounder. Looking for sharks on the intracoastal, 4-7 feet. Mostly sandbar sharks and bull sharks, a few spinners and lemon sharks. Lots of overslot reds in deeper channels, caught on menhaden and porgies. Mullet letting us down. Hot water depleting oxygen in the water, keeping flounder out on the reefs rather than inshore.
    Hot, windy, lots of rain. Tough conditions. Smaller reds, trout, flounder. Looking for sharks on the intracoastal, 4-7 feet. Mostly sandbar sharks and bull sharks, a few spinners and lemon sharks. Lots of overslot reds in deeper channels, caught on menhaden and porgies. Mullet letting us down. Hot water depleting oxygen in the water, keeping flounder out on the reefs rather than inshore.
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