Thursday, February 21, 2019

 Capt. Rawling Pratt-Thomas (843) 834 1061

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The Fishing Report

February Winds

      Man, the last couple of days have been tough with winds consistently being about 15-25 mph. It's been tough finding any spots that aren't being affected by the wind. I have been having to fish schools that I don't need to pole to far to get to them and then stake out a ...

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Spring Fever

    Yesterday was one of the warmer days we have been able to fish in months. We ended up started out fishing artificials:spoons and grubs for Redfish. We caught 3 Reds doing that and then the wind picked up substantially. Poling the boat was tough but we knew where the fish were so o ...

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Stalking Redfish

  On yesterday's trip I got to experience in full effect one of the parts I love so much about my job as an inshore fishing guide,stalking Redfish. In the winter these fish are schooled up in very large schools in numbers from 100-500 Redfish. Being able to sightcast to these fish by poling up ...

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