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Fishing Reports by Capt. Charlie Beadon


2012-08-09
4:33 PM

Inshore Summer Fishing Action! - The largest and most powerful sport fish migrating through our inshore waters during September is the mighty silver king. These magnificent fish are sought after world wide for their explosive bites, acrobatic leaps and hard runs. Tarpon are long liv more...
Capt. Charlie Beadon - Hilton Head


2012-07-15
9:19 AM

Summer Fishing Report - By this time of the year the water temperature has warmed up significantly and we're getting into the dog days of summer. Just because it's hot don't think that the fishing will slow down, this is the time of year when we go after the big fish. With more...
Capt. Charlie Beadon - Hilton Head


2012-06-24
8:09 PM

Shark Fishing - Summer time offers us some excellent all around fishing and along with all of the fish we have had not trouble getting into toothy critters. Out on the wreck last week we hooked up a 200 pound hammerhead shark and put max pressure to break it off as more...
Capt. Charlie Beadon - Hilton Head


2012-05-27
10:46 AM

Offshore Cobia and Bottom Fishing - With summer upon us the temperatures are heating up and so is the fishing. I have been doing a little bit of fishing on the inshore waters for trout, redfish and flounder. Overall, the inshore bite has been fair to good. I say fair because the bite h more...
Capt. Charlie Beadon - Hilton Head


2012-05-13
3:28 PM

Cobia Fishing - We are in the middle of another cobia season here in the Beaufort and Hilton Head area. You can always tell when you go over the Broad River bridge and see 40 boats sitting on the rip. As it has been for the past two seasons the inshore cobia fishing more...
Capt. Charlie Beadon - Hilton Head


2012-04-29
8:33 AM

Redfish on Topwater Lures - Well it looks like we are well into spring and the fishing has been heating up along with the temperature! I have seen a dramatic change in the behavior of the redfish over the past few weeks. Fish that were schooled up are now breaking into smaller more...
Capt. Charlie Beadon - Beaufort


2012-04-07
1:50 PM

Sheepshead and Redfish - Nice Bite - We have really had a warm winter season this year and it seemed as though most of the fish were as confused as we were, but we are finally getting into some more regular patterns and the fish have responded well. I spent a few days out on the wrecks more...
Capt. Charlie Beadon - Hilton Head


2012-03-17
9:10 AM

Fishing is Heating Up! - Overall the redfish around Beaufort and Hilton Head have been a bit spotty over the past few weeks as many of the schools have been starting to break up. The schooling fish that we have been finding have been pretty spooky. Though spooky we have been more...
Capt. Charlie Beadon - Hilton Head


2012-03-03
2:34 PM

Warm Winter Pushing Redfish into Spring Patterns - I am sure that everyone can agree that it has been quite a mild winter. We had pollen falling in February and the water temperatures rarely dropped into the low 50's. For the fish they don't have a thermometer or the weather channel, but I do believe more...
Capt. Charlie Beadon - Hilton Head


2012-02-18
8:05 PM

Redfishing Excellent on the Shallow Flats - We have seen some really nice sight fishing conditions over this past week and getting out redfishing has been really good. We spent a few days throwing soft plastics on the flats to the schools of reds. Many of the schools were in pretty tight balls more...
Capt. Charlie Beadon - Hilton Head

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