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    Got an 8 weight and some flies, and no watercraft to speak of..never been to Folly Beach and will be there over Labor Day...looking for clues. I do have flats boots, so I got that going for me...

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    You probably won't ever go back after this experience...

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    haaaa...thx
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    We were there at the end of July and saw quite a few schools of Spottails within 20 yards of the beach every morning at low tide.
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    Just Damn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitro5x6's View Post
    We were there at the end of July and saw quite a few schools of Spottails within 20 yards of the beach every morning at low tide.
    awesome...many thx!
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    The bridges leading to folly have bank fishing available- walkable on bottom half of the tide
    Go to Sol Legare landing- there are numerous flats available to walk from the road- I have seen fish 20' from the pavement
    Go to Riley road on James Island- it dead ends at a dirt ramp- most of that is wadable on the lower half of a tide- plenty of fish back there
    Sunrise park ( also called Demetre park)on James Island has a pond full of fish and lots of wadable flats in the harbor from there
    Morris island lighthouse end of Folly has plenty of fishing available

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad Habit View Post
    The bridges leading to folly have bank fishing available- walkable on bottom half of the tide
    Go to Sol Legare landing- there are numerous flats available to walk from the road- I have seen fish 20' from the pavement
    Go to Riley road on James Island- it dead ends at a dirt ramp- most of that is wadable on the lower half of a tide- plenty of fish back there
    Sunrise park ( also called Demetre park)on James Island has a pond full of fish and lots of wadable flats in the harbor from there
    Morris island lighthouse end of Folly has plenty of fishing available
    I appreciate that. Thank you.
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    Thanks SouthernWake!
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    be sure to go swimming in breach inlet.
    Ugh. Stupid people piss me off.

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    Duh leeeted
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    my mom's dead....so that's kinda weird....

    I was gonna take you fishing but now i'm gonna take my boat and go home....
    Ugh. Stupid people piss me off.

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    It is a funny sticker tho..
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    fo sho
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