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KricketKage
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Posted - 06/04/2012 :  10:10:58 PM  Show Profile Send KricketKage a Private Message  Reply with Quote
My wife caught this nice flounder (3 lbs and about 20") off of the Mt Pleasant pier this afternoon, and lost another big one that came off the hook. Plenty of bites, also caught a small bluefish as well. Fished the incoming tide with a bottom rig with mud minnows. We caught a flounder and trout there over the weekend as well on the afternoon incoming tide.

yakman72
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Posted - 06/04/2012 :  11:19:40 PM  Show Profile Send yakman72 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Nice, one of the few reports that I hear from there that ate productive, you mist be doing something different! Good report and welcome to the site!

I'm a high class redneck.

Fishing is a delusion entirely surrounded by liars in pfgs and buffs.
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KricketKage
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Posted - 06/05/2012 :  3:47:51 PM  Show Profile Send KricketKage a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Sorry about the photo not coming thru the first time, I compressed it so now it available.

BTW, we have fished this pier in the past many times with no real luck, only this time we were using living bait instead of cut bait. Seemed to make a difference.

We are going Kayak fishing this weekend putting in at Paradise island and going around the creeks in that area. We've had good luck there in the past few times we went with lures, but this time we will be using live bait.






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Hurricane701
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Posted - 06/05/2012 :  5:01:19 PM  Show Profile  Visit Hurricane701's Homepage Send Hurricane701 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Watch out for Mr. Gator in the first creek on the right paddling away from Paradise towards the harbor ....

Bragging may not bring happiness,
but no man having caught a large fish,
goes home through the alley.
-Anonymous
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bradkingsley
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Posted - 06/05/2012 :  5:27:34 PM  Show Profile Send bradkingsley a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Very nice!

~Brad

172 Sea Hunt Triton (current)
36' Heritage East trawler (sold)
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Vinman
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Posted - 06/05/2012 :  6:18:33 PM  Show Profile  Visit Vinman's Homepage Send Vinman a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Nice floundra. Thanks for sharing and welcome to the site!

Vinman
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fishinmyot
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Posted - 06/05/2012 :  7:30:10 PM  Show Profile Send fishinmyot a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I noticed that you have on a arm band.......does it cost to use the pier at Mt. P?




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Originally posted by KricketKage

My wife caught this nice flounder (3 lbs and about 20") off of the Mt Pleasant pier this afternoon, and lost another big one that came off the hook. Plenty of bites, also caught a small bluefish as well. Fished the incoming tide with a bottom rig with mud minnows. We caught a flounder and trout there over the weekend as well on the afternoon incoming tide.



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DFreedom
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Posted - 06/05/2012 :  8:13:15 PM  Show Profile Send DFreedom a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Nice flattie! Welcome.
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Hurricane701
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Posted - 06/05/2012 :  9:25:54 PM  Show Profile  Visit Hurricane701's Homepage Send Hurricane701 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
$5 for Charleston County Residents, $8 if you're not, they have a commercial fishing license

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Originally posted by fishinmyot

I noticed that you have on a arm band.......does it cost to use the pier at Mt. P?




quote:
Originally posted by KricketKage

My wife caught this nice flounder (3 lbs and about 20") off of the Mt Pleasant pier this afternoon, and lost another big one that came off the hook. Plenty of bites, also caught a small bluefish as well. Fished the incoming tide with a bottom rig with mud minnows. We caught a flounder and trout there over the weekend as well on the afternoon incoming tide.







Bragging may not bring happiness,
but no man having caught a large fish,
goes home through the alley.
-Anonymous
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kut08
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Posted - 06/05/2012 :  9:31:21 PM  Show Profile  Visit kut08's Homepage Send kut08 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Congrats. Fish can be caught if you know how, where, and when to fish for em. Flounder, Reds, Trout, and Sheepies are caught all the time!

*Insert Funny Line Here*
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Hurricane701
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Posted - 06/05/2012 :  10:42:28 PM  Show Profile  Visit Hurricane701's Homepage Send Hurricane701 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
The sheeps have drastically decreased in catch rate on the pier, have a friend that works out there and I have tried twice this year with no luck at all


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Originally posted by kut08

Congrats. Fish can be caught if you know how, where, and when to fish for em. Flounder, Reds, Trout, and Sheepies are caught all the time!

*Insert Funny Line Here*



Bragging may not bring happiness,
but no man having caught a large fish,
goes home through the alley.
-Anonymous
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KricketKage
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Posted - 06/06/2012 :  3:26:54 PM  Show Profile Send KricketKage a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Thanks for all the positive kudos, well appreciated. We enjoy reading the forum a lot, we are new to fishing here but are from here originally. Caught the bug last year and started going more and more and now we're hooked on it.

We had a boat up until about 3 weeks ago, and sold it to put a deposit down on a new one. Hope to be getting a 20' Seafox XT bay boat in the next week or so. Plan on trying some off shore fishing later as well with it on calm days. Can't wait!
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northchucky
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Posted - 06/06/2012 :  6:58:32 PM  Show Profile Send northchucky a Private Message  Reply with Quote
drastically reduced sir? perhaps but they also caught the new pier record sheepshead not too long ago

i worked there for almost 2 years. great fishing at times... not so great at other times... just like anywhere else

my experience leads me to believe that yes live bait is indeed the key out there... although jiggin jerry absolutley slays the trout using yes jigs

seriously a fantastic place to spend a day. put in some time out there and figure it out. good luck
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lfaltus
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Posted - 06/07/2012 :  5:15:50 PM  Show Profile Send lfaltus a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Where is the pier located?
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yakman72
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Posted - 06/07/2012 :  11:42:51 PM  Show Profile Send yakman72 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
At the foot of ravenel bridge opposite the bridge of pats park. On left going in Mt p, but with the "construction land" I'm not sure exactly how you get there

I'm a high class redneck.

Fishing is a delusion entirely surrounded by liars in pfgs and buffs.
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StretchArmStrong
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Posted - 06/10/2012 :  1:16:00 PM  Show Profile Send StretchArmStrong a Private Message  Reply with Quote
when structure is fished correctley even crowded areas produce.

xHCFCx

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Hurricane701
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Posted - 06/10/2012 :  1:42:11 PM  Show Profile  Visit Hurricane701's Homepage Send Hurricane701 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Wow, spend my time, I have fished that pier more than most, and have caught a lot of fish from over slot reds, large trout, big flounder, and lots of sheeps last year ... Yes I jigged for them ... and use live bait for the fiddlers. But compared to the past 2 years, it is producing less fish than before

But that is only my opinion ... which does equate to much

and Stretch don't team up with northchucky haha

quote:
Originally posted by northchucky

drastically reduced sir? perhaps but they also caught the new pier record sheepshead not too long ago

i worked there for almost 2 years. great fishing at times... not so great at other times... just like anywhere else

my experience leads me to believe that yes live bait is indeed the key out there... although jiggin jerry absolutley slays the trout using yes jigs

seriously a fantastic place to spend a day. put in some time out there and figure it out. good luck



Bragging may not bring happiness,
but no man having caught a large fish,
goes home through the alley.
-Anonymous
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StretchArmStrong
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Posted - 06/10/2012 :  3:52:10 PM  Show Profile Send StretchArmStrong a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I never said they would produce as well as before crowds got there...but the 10% of fishermen will still catch 90% of the fish.

xHCFCx

Here's my 10 cents, my 2 cents is free
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DFreedom
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Posted - 06/10/2012 :  4:11:33 PM  Show Profile Send DFreedom a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Stretch ain't lying because I am the 90% that catches the remaining 10%.
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Hurricane701
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Posted - 06/10/2012 :  4:13:26 PM  Show Profile  Visit Hurricane701's Homepage Send Hurricane701 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
haha

Bragging may not bring happiness,
but no man having caught a large fish,
goes home through the alley.
-Anonymous
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Kayak-Will
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Posted - 06/10/2012 :  9:12:03 PM  Show Profile Send Kayak-Will a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I fished there Saturday morning from 7-11 and came home with a 17 inch flounder and a 16 in trout. The pier has produced pretty well for me the few times I fished there.
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Hurricane701
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Posted - 06/12/2012 :  12:41:29 AM  Show Profile  Visit Hurricane701's Homepage Send Hurricane701 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Never said that it wasn't producing Flounder and Trout, I said it wasn't producing Sheepshead for me, but then again I am just one person

Bragging may not bring happiness,
but no man having caught a large fish,
goes home through the alley.
-Anonymous
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StretchArmStrong
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Posted - 06/12/2012 :  1:40:56 PM  Show Profile Send StretchArmStrong a Private Message  Reply with Quote
time of year simon...

xHCFCx

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