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South Carolina Fishing Reports


2012-09-09
8:56 AM

Summer Fishing Report - Overall the fishing action around Hilton Head and Beaufort has been very good as we are starting to get to the end of the summer season. It seems that no matter where you go there have been an abundance of speckled sea trout, ladyfish and jacks. Thes more...
Capt. Charlie Beadon - Hilton Head


2012-08-23
7:31 AM

Tarpon bite is strong in the Broad River - Had a trip Saturday with a Chris and Erin Skinner from Jacksonville. Erin has had catching a Tarpon on her bucket list for 10 years, so we sat up on a flat's edge and watched several smash the Menhaden as they flowed through our area on the outgoing more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2012-08-09
6:44 PM

Trout bite in Port Royal Sound area - The Speckled Trout are beginning to show up in good numbers in the creeks and rivers pouring in to Port Royal Sound. Had a trip today and put 33 in the boat, all released. Most of them are just under the 14 inch minimum slot, but are gorging on shrim more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


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


2012-07-26
6:38 AM

Fishing remains hot (literally) in Lowcountry - The fishing in the Beaufort area continues to be hot. Almost as hot as the daily high temperatures. Most trips are being conducted in the early morning, as the winds are down and the temps at least moderate. Sea Trout are starting to show everywhere more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


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


2012-07-12
12:09 PM

Nearshore reefs and wrecks producing great - Have started out my summer pattern of fishing the nearshore wrecks and reefs, most of them within 3 miles of the beach. There are a number of these locations located between Hilton Head and St Helena Sound. GPS coordinates for most of them are availa more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


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


2012-06-20
6:26 AM

Bite is on inshore and nearshore - Had several really good trips the last week, probably the best of the year so far. Made two trips offshore to reefs, and had great days on multi species. Caught lots of Weakfish, several nice Flounder, Bluefish, Black sea bass, and a few Speckled tro more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2012-05-29
1:56 PM

Cobia bite still good in Port Royal Sound - The Cobia bite continues to be good in Port Royal sound. Heard reports of multiple Cobia catches on some of the nearshore and offshore wrecks. Our Redfish action continues to get better. Johnny Ulmer reported a nice mixed bag of Sea Trout, Redfish an more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort

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