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South Carolina Fishing Reports


2014-06-20
3:53 PM

Mixed bite in the Lowcountry - As our water temps have warmed to over 80 degrees now, lots of different fishing opportunities are available. Some Cobia are still being caught in the Broad River, and at the offshore reefs. The nearshore Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish bite has slowed more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2014-06-01
9:50 AM

Slow Cobia year inside Port Royal Sound - With all the screwy weather we have had this spring and the slow water warm up, our Cobia run never really materialized like normal. There were certainly fish caught in the Broad River, but I have to believe the numbers were never near what we have s more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2014-05-10
7:40 PM

Cobia arriving in Port Royal Sound area - After a very unusual strectch of cold weather this late winter and early spring, our water temps have finally gotten over 70 degrees, and the Cobia are starting to show up in the sound and Broad River. They are certainly late compared to normal years more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2014-04-27
8:28 AM

Cobia Time in the lowcountry - Our Cobia season is finally upon us. Water temperatures are hitting the 70 degree mark, and the bait and fish are just now starting to show in the Broad River. Several were caught last week, but the fish should pour into the sound and Broad River thi more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2014-03-25
8:48 AM

Redfish are the name of the game - As we move out of March shortly, hopefully our weather will improve the next couple of weeks. Our trips have been restricted due to winds and rain much of the month, but the Redfish bite has been good on the good days. Live mud minnows under popping more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2014-03-06
7:23 AM

Redfish on the Broad River - Had several trips the last two weeks of February when the weather permitted. The Redfish are still in survival mode, schooled up in big numbers and staying very shallow to avoid being eaten by our numerous bottle nose dolphins, or Flipper. These fi more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2014-02-13
8:18 AM

Redfish bite is on the flats - Fished 3 days recently before our winter storm, and had pretty good success finding some nice Redfish schools on the flats during periods of low water. The fish were in schools of from 10 fish to 150. Our water is very clear right now, and you are ab more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2014-01-27
5:44 PM

Cold in Carolina! - I know this is a fishing report blog and not a weather blog, but man our weather has brought on a lot of conversations. And looking for an ice storm starting tomorrow. Needless to say, fishing days have been pretty limited. We've had lower water temp more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2014-01-02
10:58 PM

Wintertime Sight Fishing in Charleston, SC - Sight Fishing has been great for Redfish the last few month around the Charleston area and will only get better in the months ahead! Fly & Spin Anglers are enjoying seeing some large schools of Redfish cruising the flats on the lower stages of the ti more...
Capt. Chris Wilson - Charleston


2013-12-26
3:45 PM

Bite still on in Lowcountry - Even though the temperatures have dropped the water temps down into the low 50's, the bite continues to be pretty good in the rivers and creeks. Lots of reports of trout in the creeks, although many are having trouble finding fish over the 14 inch mi more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort

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