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South Carolina Fishing Reports


2017-01-05
11:46 AM

Winter Redfish in the Lowcountry of South Carolina - Winter conditions here in Charleston this week. The weather has been somewhat moderate allowing for some great days on the water. Cooler temperatures are forecast for the next few days so this should really start to heat up the fishing. Water level more...
Capt. Michael Bales - Charleston


2016-12-30
9:02 AM

Trout, Trout, and more Trout - Finished up the year with several trips this past week. Our go to fish have been the Speckled Seatrout. We have been averaging 20 to 40 trout per half day trip. Our water temperatures have stayed in the mid fifties range, and the bite has been very a more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2016-12-02
8:14 AM

Best Trout bite in years - After two winters of mild temperatures with no cold fish kills, our Seatrout fishing in the Lowcountry is the best I have seen it in years, in terms of quantity and quality. Our water temperatures are still in the low sixties, and the bite won't turn more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2016-11-03
9:23 AM

Great Trout bite in the Lowcountry - It is looking like we will be having one of the best speckled trout years we have had in ages. I have been catching them in good numbers on all my trips this month. We have a lot of fish right now that are just hitting the 14 inch minimum length, and more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2016-08-19
3:43 PM

Hot bite in Hot weather - Have had several good trips lately, catching a lot of different species inshore on live shrimp, or Vudu Shrimp, under a Midcoast popping cork. Some of the species include Redfish, Seatrout, Bluefish, Ladyfish, Black Drum, and Bonnethead sharks. Movin more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2016-08-15
2:37 PM

Lowcountry Trout Turn On - Have had several trips lately where I pretty much targeted Seatrout. And they have paid off. Not only are we seeing pretty good numbers, but the quality fish we are catching are really surprising for this time of year. We are using live shrimp under more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2016-07-28
7:36 AM

Trout galore - Haven't reported for a bit, but wanted to let everyone know that our late spring and summer trout bite has really been the best in years. Following 3 straight mild winters with no fish kills, we are seeing a tremendous increase in the number of trout more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2016-05-17
8:59 AM

Lowcountry bite is on - As we find ourselves in the middle of May, lots of things are happening in the South Carolina Lowcountry. Our waters have warmed up and many of the pelagics have worked their way north, filling up our waters with a lot of different opportunities for more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2016-03-31
8:43 AM

Trout and Reds heating up - The trout and Redfish bite has begun to heat up in the low country along with the water and air temperatures. Have had several good trips the last couple of weeks, with a one client trip that picked up 15 trout and 4 nice Redfish. The trout came on a more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2016-03-17
6:13 AM

Redfish transition - Every March it seems like we run into a period where the Redfish bite on the flat slows down. I'm not sure what the exact cause is, but the effect is the same for everyone. Slow days. I have several good friends that are guiding and on the water ever more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort

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