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South Carolina Fishing Reports


2016-03-04
9:03 AM

Reds on the flats - We continue to have decent water temperature in the mid 50's. This has kept our Redfishing on the flats very consistent. Had a couple of trips the past week and have had good success fishing the schools on the last of the outgoing tide and dead low. more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2016-02-19
8:57 AM

Redfish on the flats - February has been an unusual month as far as fishing goes in the lowcountry of South Carolina. Our weather has been all over the board, from cold and windy and rainy to pretty 70 degree days. The water temperatures have stayed close to the 50 degree more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2016-02-06
8:49 AM

February trout - In my 19 years of guiding in the low country, this may well be the first charter trip I have actually targeted Trout in the month of February. Normally by now our water temps have dipped down into the 40's, and the trout have gone to the deep holes i more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2016-01-12
8:27 AM

Winter Redfish in the Lowcountry - As the temperatures in South Carolina have finally fallen into the 50's, we are starting our winter pattern for Redfish. The last couple of hours of the ebb and first couple of the flood tide give anglers a great opportunity to sight fish. The Reds a more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2015-12-22
8:33 AM

Trout and Reds turn on - December has been as odd month for us as far as weather is concerned in the low country. We have had very few cold fronts come through, and our temperatures have stayed very mild too say the least. As a result the water temp has yet to drop into the more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2015-11-04
2:22 PM

Fair to middling bite so far this fall - The lowcountry of South Carolina has been like a lot of the country when it comes to weather matters. We had record flooding recently and very few cold fronts to help drop our water temperatures. As a result the normal pre-winter bite is a little beh more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2015-09-28
3:26 PM

Big tides and little bites - The past couple of weeks have been pretty slow. We have had a lot of rain, and some pretty big tides that have kept the water stirred up. Caught a few trout on a couple of trips on the incoming tides using live shrimp under popping corks. Have tried more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2015-09-12
8:33 AM

Bite goes up as temps go down - We are finally seeing our water temperatures start to fall a little here in the low country. And with our estuary system chocked full of bait shrimp and mullet, the bite is turning on. Both the Speckled trout and Redfish are currently being taken in more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2015-08-12
8:58 AM

Inshore bite picks up - Fished 7 of the last 8 days, and concentrated on the inside Redfish and Seatrout bite. As our estuary is chocked full of both shrimp and mullet, the bite is starting to turn on. Had a number of good days catching seatrout on live shrimp under popping more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2015-07-20
8:08 PM

Fair inshore bite - As our water temperatures have really climbed into the mid 80's, the inshore bite has slowed a bit. Having to work pretty hard to get on the redfish bite. Did fairly well on the high outgoing last week, using mud minnows under a popping cork. Had 7 R more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort

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