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South Carolina Fishing Reports


2013-12-08
10:19 AM

Cold Water Hot Bite in the Lowcountry - Our water temperatures have really dropped the last month. With one cold front we got clear down to the lower 50's, but it warmed back up to upper 50's this past week. And the bite has been hot. The Speckled Trout have really taken off. They are scho more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2013-11-24
8:01 AM

Inshore bite is hot in the lowcountry - With our water temperatures now dipping to 60 degrees, the inshore bite is really turning on in the low country. This past Friday I took a quick scouting trip as I hadn't been on the water for a couple of weeks due to some family health issues. I put more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2013-11-01
7:04 AM

Nearshore bite off Hilton Head - The early fall has brought on a great bite on the nearshore reefs and wrecks outside of Port Royal Sound and off the beach at Hilton Head. Huge schools of Weakfish have moved onto the structure, and will readily take a variety of both live and artifi more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2013-10-14
8:32 AM

Great bite in the Lowcountry - Have had a simply great last two weeks. Every trip has just been super. And have been doing a lot of different things. Had several trips nearshore on reefs and wrecks, and caught a real mix of species. Absolutely hammered the Spanish Mackerel, Jack C more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2013-09-30
7:05 AM

Big Redfish in Port Royal Sound - Every year in the middle of September, the big bull Redfish move up into the sound and river from the ocean. We find them at a couple of bridges, and also on the old ballast rock piles in the mouth of the sound. These fish are the big breeders that c more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2013-09-16
7:19 AM

September brings the Bulls to Port Royal sound - As the month of September has already slipped half away, another great opportunity for fish in the lowcountry arises. Our breeding population of Redfish, known as bulls, move inside from the ocean to deep holes in the sound, and several bridge sites. more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2013-08-30
2:48 PM

Excellent light tackle bite in the Lowcountry - My last few trips have been really good for mixed bags and lots of bites and pulls. We are currently catching some nice big Redfish on the flats up to 32 inches, with lots of under the slot fish in the creek mouths. And a few real nice roe trout are more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2013-08-13
11:37 AM

Good Trout and Redfish Day - Fished with an old friend today, Drake Perrow of Cameron, SC. His son John came along, as did his son-in-law Tyler Law, and Tyler's Dad Ken. Tyler lives here in Beaufort. Drake and I have worked together since 1990, and had the opportunity to fish bo more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2013-08-01
7:47 AM

Mixed bite on Lowcountry Reefs - Finally have had some decent weather the past two weeks and have made several trips to artificial reefs out of Port Royal Sound. Our reefs nearshore are in fairly shallow water, and my favorite averages from 12 foot on low water to 18 foot deep on th more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2013-07-18
12:15 PM

Full swing summer bite in Port Royal Sound - We are in our summertime mode as the sound is currently loaded with bait. Menhaden schools run in and out with the tides, and the predators follow. The tarpon and big blacktips stay fat on the Menhaden, along with big Crevalle Jack. Some of these Jac more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort

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