Little River Fishing Report Reviewed by Momizat on . Cherry Grove Pier (843-249-1625) reports that water temperatures are still in the 50s and over the last two or three weeks mostly small whiting, croaker and sil Cherry Grove Pier (843-249-1625) reports that water temperatures are still in the 50s and over the last two or three weeks mostly small whiting, croaker and sil Rating: 0
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Cherry Grove Pier (843-249-1625) reports that water temperatures are still in the 50s and over the last two or three weeks mostly small whiting, croaker and silver perch have been caught.  Some small flounder and black drum have also been landed.  Fishing should improve once water temperatures warm.

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  • Michael

    Last week July 10-15 I fished during the incoming low tide out just beyond the breakers using blood worma and was pulling in good sized spots as fast as I could reel them in. Sometimes two at time. I would fish a couple hours each day and averaged 50 decent sized spots and whiting each day, Many locals stopped to talk and actually had to look in the cooler to believe what I said, thinking that the fish I just reeled in was the only fish I had caught all day. Unusual for mid summer, but fun just the same.

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    • Jesse

      Hey! That sounds awesome. Im located of of ocean drive blvd and am here for the week, I dont know much about fishing but I do enjoy it, i dont want to fish off the pier, are there any good spots of the land, like in channels and inlets that are close by that I can fish, away from tons of people? also, what would be the best time?
      Thanks so much!

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      • Michael

        I just spoke to my sister, who was in Cherry Grove this week end. She said the spots and whiting were still biting very good. On the north end of Cherry Grove if you can find a place to park, you could try the inlet there. Your best bet for catching the fish is in the surf. You should go early in the mornings or late afternoon.This way you can stay away from the crowd. If you can find a place where there are mostly cottages or houses and no hotels or condos and walk halfway between public access points you might be able to fish more during the day. It is not against the law to fish there and if you are watchful of swimmers, you can co-exist.

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