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Looking for some advice I will be camping at tuck in the woods camp ground on st Helena island and was thinking about dragging the skiff up there looks like there is a lot of good water up there and the camp ground advertises plenty of places to launch a boat near by. Just curious if anyone fishes around there
 

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Eddings point landing
Russ point landing
Station creek landing
Sams point landing
If it’s just you I’d have 3 rods
One soaking bait on the bottom
One popping cork
One jig head soft plastic ticking along the bottom
More like bass fishing hit structure
Oyster bars dock pilings grass lines
Creek mouths
It’s a lot of water fish a spot for 15 minutes and move on until you get some bites
Ps we have 6-9 foot tide swings so pay attention
 

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Flyrod, pumpkin rattle shrimp. Go by Bay Street outfitters in Beaufort. Doa, either , glow or root beer shrimp, no cork. Either Incoming or beginning of outgoing.
 

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Alright sweet I appreciate it! I’m coming from Brunswick so I’m assuming it’s pretty similar but I really appreciate all the help you guys are giving me!
 

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Eddings point landing
Russ point landing
Station creek landing
Sams point landing
If it’s just you I’d have 3 rods
One soaking bait on the bottom
One popping cork
One jig head soft plastic ticking along the bottom
More like bass fishing hit structure
Oyster bars dock pilings grass lines
Creek mouths
It’s a lot of water fish a spot for 15 minutes and move on until you get some bites
Ps we have 6-9 foot tide swings so pay attention
Wow , thanks ,nice to know about the tide swings . Sometimes we forget about that in a new place . Tight lines .
 
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