My hope for this trip was to target sheepshead at a few pilings along the way. The first stop was a few pilings that I have had some success with. Unfortunately on this day I did not lose any bait nor had any bites. Uff da! I did manage to snap a photo of a nice blue crab resting on a piling that I had anchored.
Eventually we made our way to the mouth of the Folly Creek. Right in this area there is a nice flat on the right with some great looking oyster rakes that could hold some nice fish. Uff da; not on this day there was no action. At this point you can decide either to continue to paddle further up the Folly Creek or take the small creek to the right known as Oak Island Creek. I decided to travel up Oak Island Creek check out this area for some fish. Along this creek I eventually meet up with some of the yak anglers on the meet and fish. They reported catching some small sharks and one managed to hook into a nice red. The red broke off and the popping cork went bobbing down the creek. The unfortunate angler paddled after the redfish and his popping cork. The good news is that the redfish throw the hook and the angler got his popping cork back.