New critters are starting to show up along the coast, Cobia are moving in the area with a few being caught last week on fly. The season in South Carolina is closed, but you can still go harass them and let’m go. This is going to reduce boat traffic tremendously and hopefully provide us with more fish cruising the surface. I will be looking for them this week , and would love to see one inhale a customers fly. Please no clouds ! George Brownie and I headed out chasing some reds the other day and found some fish willing to take some feathers, but many fish were a bit funny acting. All in all it was good day, pesky clouds were killing us at times then the wind decided to visit.
I have a couple of shots from this weekends fishing. I left my good camera at home but had the I phone to get a couple of shots If I knew my phone could take good pics I would have taken more. Conditions were perfect for Jim Richmond this weekend. Low tide winter fishing this weekend left plenty of sore lips for the reds, but they all swim off fine. Hopefully they can avoid bait fishermans coolers. I will be posting plenty more shots from Sundays major excursion to the bay of pigs. Seemed as though the larger fish of so called flat have moved out to be with their mom and dads, but plenty of younger fish have taken up residence and providing plenty of fun for fly and light tackle anglers.