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Beaufort Fishing Reports


2015-02-24
11:02 AM

Cold Weather Lowcountry Redfish - We have really struggled in the Lowcountry of South Carolina to get in some quality fishing time. As with the rest of the country, our winter has been tough to say the least. Cold temperatures, lots of rain, and wind have not been friendly to the gui more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2015-01-24
8:22 AM

January Redfish bite - Have had a few trips this month around the weather. Seems like we have had a number of fronts come through, bringing lots of rain and then cold and wind behind them. The water temps have dipped below 50, and the Redfish bite has been best on sunny af more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2015-01-08
9:36 AM

January is Redfish month - With the water temperatures dipping down below 50 now, our efforts have turned to Redfish on the flats. We are fishing them on low tides, as the sun tends to warm the mud and in turn the water, and the bite turns on. Have had several very good trips more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2014-12-08
9:43 AM

Great bite in the Sound creeks - Have been doing very well the last few weeks with the redfish and trout. The redfish bite has been on the flats, next to the grass or oyster beds, with live shrimp or mud minnows under a Midcoast popping cork. The trout bite is in deeper creeks near more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2014-11-18
8:52 AM

Inshore bite warms up in the cold Lowcountry - Our water temps continue to drop as we have had a number of cold fronts come through the last two weeks. Fishing is beginning to heat up for Speckled Trout, and inshore Redfish. Have had several trips with good success catching some nice slot Redfish more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


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

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