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  1. Details: north myrth beach, sc

  2. Details: Whiting

    Decent whiting caught on my last day at myrtle beach 2016. Didn't find the school of blues or pompano like I wanted to but still had a great week.

  3. Details: Spotted (Speckled) Trout

    A nice spotted trout in the myrtle beach surf. Would like to get something bigger but I won't complain! Any tips for catching bigger / different fish?

    1. Wallard 0
      No problem!
    2. Jesse Webb 0
      I'll pick some up and give it a shot. Thanks man! @taylorG
    3. Taylor Glover 0
      sounds crazy to use bass lures...but it works for me! confidence bait
    4. Jesse Webb 0
      Hmm ok. Thanks. I use those at home on the river. I'll give it a try. Also bought some spoons to try @taylorG
    5. Taylor Glover 0
      @jman559 storm wild eye swim shad....i caught nice fish on those this year in the gulf
    6. Jesse Webb 0
      @taylorG can you reccomend a good swimbait for surf fishing? I would assume something looking like mullet since that's what they are feeding on.
    7. Jesse Webb 0
      Oh. I see it now. Thanks guys @wallard @JustFish
    8. Just Fish 0
      @jman559 compare the tails from this blert and your other bluefish and you will see the difference
    9. Jesse Webb 0
      I've tried swim baits and plugs with no success @taylorg
    10. Jesse Webb 0
    11. Jesse Webb 0
      It had the 2 teeth on the top of its mouth, I thought that meant it was a blue?
    12. Taylor Glover 0
      throw a swimbait
    13. Wallard 0
      That looks like a speckled trout. Not a blue fish @jman559
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  4. Same as previous blert. Don't know what it is. Help please

    1. Matthew32505 0
      Blue fish
    2. Jesse Webb 0
      Thanks @SCfishinfever @ea120454
    3. B W 0
      Definitely a blue fish
    4. easton Armstrong 0
      Blue fish?
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  5. Caught this earlier surf fishing. Unsure what it is. Any guesses?

    1. Jesse Webb 0
      Thanks @lhp9
    2. Lucas Pennington 0
      Blue fish
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  6. Details: Atlantic Croaker

    First night fishing in myrtle beach didn't produce any big fish but did have fun catching about 30 little croaker. Tried using a few for bait but nothing would ...more hit them. Hope the fishing is this good all week. If anyone around myrtle beach wants to meet up and fish let me know. I'm here till next Sunday.

  7. Details: Whiting

    This pic is from last year. I'm going to be in myrtle beach next week golfing and fishing the surf if anyone wants to meet up and fish or golf with me. I'd ...more love some pointers on fishing from the surf. I usually only catch whiting and little sharks. I'd love to learn how to catch different stuff. Anyone who want to meet up just let me know!

  8. Details: Fantail Mullet

    mullet were jumping like crazy. I caught about 11 in one throw with my cast net

    1. Jakeo3 0
      You probably can't cast net good at allπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ jk jk
    2. Bassin02 0
      naw thisbwas in south Carolina
    3. miguel moreno 0
      I guess it's not the same surf side as here in tx?
    4. miguel moreno 0
      what was the water conditions? the color.. did u see the jetties?
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  9. Details: Pinfish with a Shrimp

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