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South Carolina Fishing Reports


2013-07-07
12:33 PM

Hilton Head Fishing for July - One of the most common questions that I get throughout the year is are we going to be fishing in saltwater?. My answer is always Yes but more specifically we are fishing in a Saltwater Tidal Estuary. Moreover, the Beaufort and Hilton Head areas a more...
Capt. Charlie Beadon - Hilton Head


2013-07-04
4:00 PM

Tarpon are in the Port Royal Sound area - The tarpon fishery in the low country is underrated. We have several different populations that prowl our beach front areas, and up into our rivers and creeks. Our fishery here is pretty dependable starting July 1. I saw several last week up in the d more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2013-06-22
8:32 AM

Pelagics arrive in Port Royal Sound - Had a report from Capt Bryan Freeman this week that the big Jack Crevalle had arrived in the Broad River this week. Capt Bryan put a client on a beautiful fish of about 30 pounds on very light tackle, and the fight lasted over an hour. These are awes more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2013-06-06
3:37 PM

June is a great month in the Lowcountry - June is one of my favorite months in the Lowcountry. The variety of fish we can catch is great. This morning I had a trip just ahead of Tropical Storm Andrea. The seas were calm early so we ran off the beach at Hilton Head onto some numbers I have f more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2013-06-06
2:33 PM

June fishing Action - As we get deeper into the spring fishing season we will see an abundance of life all around us while out on the water. You might notice that the water clarity has gone from gin clear to dirty green-brown...this, in fact is not dirt or mud but rathe more...
Capt. Charlie Beadon - Hilton Head


2013-05-27
7:07 AM

The bite is hot in the Lowcountry - Had a very good week last week. The variety is really picking up as the bait has arrived in force in the Port Royal, Hilton Head, and Beaufort area.I did a trip nearshore to an artificial reef early in the week, and a client and I put 60 fish in the more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2013-05-21
12:15 PM

Vudu Trout - I read a report out of Louisiana about a new soft plastic bait folks were raving about called a Vudu Shrimp, and bought a couple. As I reported earlier, they work well here. I fished them this morning as I had the day off and just poked arou more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2013-05-09
8:44 AM

Cobia Bite near Beaufort, SC - Fished with Brian Dreyer and Barry from Brays Island this morning. Had a rain shower before we launched, but the weather was a little better today. Still not great to sight cast, so we set up on the hook at the bridge. Tried for several hours with no more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2013-05-03
10:24 AM

Beaufort SC Spring Fishing - Spring is finally here and with the exception of a possible late cold front we should be moving out of our winter fishing patterns and into our summer patterns. With longer days and raising temperatures the fishing should be firing up on both our ins more...
Capt. Charlie Beadon - Beaufort


2013-05-02
3:46 PM

Cobia have arrived in Port Royal - The cobia bite is on in the Port Royal Sound and in the Broad River. The river is unique in the fact that inshore anglers have a shot at a big Cobia. These fish normally come in to the sound and river on the big moon tides in April. They have showed more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort

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Specific South Carolina Fishing Report Locations:

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