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Beaufort Fishing Reports


2014-10-27
8:23 AM

Bulls running hard in Port Royal Sound - We've had some fabulous trips this month catching big bull Redfish. These are the fish that stay in ocean, and come into the sound to spawn. They stay in the deep holes, and love rocks and live bottom. Catching them is not rocket science. Live menhad more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2014-10-11
8:15 AM

Fall is fantastic in the Lowcountry - I love this time of year in the Lowcountry. The bite turns on both inside and nearshore. Have done very well on slot Redfish and a few trout on my last few inshore trips, and we have started in strong on the Bull Redfish. Had a trip yesterday and fis more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2014-09-10
1:38 PM

Bull Reds coming into Port Royal Sound - We have been doing fairly well the last several weeks on inshore flats and creeks on the Redfish. One nice thing is the number of under slot Reds that are showing now as they leave the marshes where they have spent the first year of their lives. I ha more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2014-08-28
4:14 PM

August temps and bites heat up in the Lowcountry - We've had some very hot weather in August so far, but the fishing has actually been very good. The inshore bite has really improved as the creek shrimp are starting to move, and have sized up to great bait size. A little bit of current, clean water, more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2014-08-09
7:46 AM

Redfish bite strong in Port Royal Sound area - The Redfish bite has been picking up the last couple of weeks in the Port Royal Sound area. I've had several excellent trips, with double digit numbers of Redfish. We are seeing schools of under slot fish beginning to show up now, as they leave the e more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2014-07-27
8:10 AM

Summer fishing in the lowcountry - Summer brings higher water temperatures, and with it the bite can slow down a little, and that has been the case for the most part. Have done a little nearshore reef fishing this past month, with Bluefish, Black sea bass, Jack crevalle, and flounder more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2014-07-03
8:06 PM

Redfish bite picking up in the Port Royal Sound area - After a slow few weeks, the Redfish bite has started to pick up a bite the last 10 days or so. I have been catching them on high tide in the grass, using cut mullet on big circle hooks, just free lining the bait. Had several fish pushing the 30 inch more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


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

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