Red drum (above) and black drum have been the hottest species in the near-shore waters following the effects of Hurricane Irma early in the week, with fish caught from Grand Strand piers, the surf, area jetties and near-shore hard-bottom areas.
Red drum (above) and black drum have been the hottest species in the near-shore waters following the effects of Hurricane Irma early in the week, with fish caught from Grand Strand piers, the surf, area jetties and near-shore hard-bottom areas. Submitted photo
Red drum (above) and black drum have been the hottest species in the near-shore waters following the effects of Hurricane Irma early in the week, with fish caught from Grand Strand piers, the surf, area jetties and near-shore hard-bottom areas. Submitted photo

How Hurricane Irma’s effects are slowing fishing action locally

September 15, 2017 06:52 PM

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