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Beaufort Fishing Reports


2012-12-13
8:02 AM

Beaufort area trout bite best in years - The speckled sea trout bite is the best without a doubt that we have had in years. After a couple of killer cold winters, our trout have rebounded at an incredible pace. I have been targeting trout on almost every trip now for better than a month. Fi more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2012-11-27
6:52 AM

Banner Trout year - Trout catches have been terrific in the last few weeks in the entire area of the low country. I had a day off yesterday and did a scouting trip by myself. I fished a Norton Sand Eel Jr on a quarter ounce Jenny Jig, and absolutely tore them up. I caug more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2012-11-08
6:11 AM

Port Royal Sound Seatrout bite is hot - The Broad River, Beaufort River, and Chechessee River have come alive with Speckled Trout. The trout are showing on all the old familiar drops, and about anywhere else you try. The falling tide has been terrific, simply finding a decent size feeder c more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2012-10-25
6:19 PM

Hot Trout bite - The sea trout bite has really started to turn on big time in the St. Helena and Port Royal Sound area. Reports of good numbers are coming in everyday, and the fish seem to be sizing up nicely to exceed our 14 inch minimum. This looks like it will be more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2012-10-15
7:24 AM

Strong bite in the lowcountry - Fishing has been very good for the most part the last couple of weeks. Have had a few excellent trips on slot Redfish and Sea Trout. Also did a trip on Saturday where we targeted Bull Redfish. We put 7 fish in the boat that weighed between 20 and 25 more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2012-09-16
2:07 PM

Tarpon and Redfish still strong in the Port Royal Sound - Having had a couple weeks off for an Alaska salmon trip, got back on the water this past week. Still hearing reports of Tarpon being jumped. Most are being caught with live or fresh dead Menhaden, some fished on top and some on the bottom. The key to more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2012-08-23
7:31 AM

Tarpon bite is strong in the Broad River - Had a trip Saturday with a Chris and Erin Skinner from Jacksonville. Erin has had catching a Tarpon on her bucket list for 10 years, so we sat up on a flat's edge and watched several smash the Menhaden as they flowed through our area on the outgoing more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2012-08-09
6:44 PM

Trout bite in Port Royal Sound area - The Speckled Trout are beginning to show up in good numbers in the creeks and rivers pouring in to Port Royal Sound. Had a trip today and put 33 in the boat, all released. Most of them are just under the 14 inch minimum slot, but are gorging on shrim more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2012-07-26
6:38 AM

Fishing remains hot (literally) in Lowcountry - The fishing in the Beaufort area continues to be hot. Almost as hot as the daily high temperatures. Most trips are being conducted in the early morning, as the winds are down and the temps at least moderate. Sea Trout are starting to show everywhere more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2012-07-12
12:09 PM

Nearshore reefs and wrecks producing great - Have started out my summer pattern of fishing the nearshore wrecks and reefs, most of them within 3 miles of the beach. There are a number of these locations located between Hilton Head and St Helena Sound. GPS coordinates for most of them are availa more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort

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