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Lowcountry Nearshore Reefs and Wrecks on Fire

Capt. Rick Percy
April 14, 2015
Beaufort - Saltwater Fishing Report

Had a couple of trips this week where the seas were nice and we were able to go offshore comfortably. We fished two artificial reefs that are only 2 to 3 miles offshore. And they were loaded up with fish. Sheepshead to 6 pounds, weakfish, bluefish, Spanish mackerel, black drum, red drum, and tons of black sea bass were abundant. Both days we cracked the 100 fish mark. We used a variety of baits, including fiddler crabs, dead shrimp, live mud minnows, and a bucktail tipped with a Gulp Swimming Mullet. Everything produced fish. We were in 40 to 50 feet of water, and these were more "catching" trips than "fishing" trips. Tons of fun.

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Capt. Rick Percy
www.reelchancecharters.com
Cell: 803-535-6166

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Reel Chance Charters is owned and operated by Captain Rick Percy, and located in beautiful Beaufort, SC. Fishing for Redfish, Sea Trout, Cobia, and Tarpon with light tackle is our specialty. Nearshore wrecks for Black Drum, Spanish Mackerel, and other wreck fish is available. The Reel Chance is a 22 ft Pathfinder, equipped with trolling motor, Talon, and custom T-top to make your trip productive and enjoyable. Capt Rick has been fishing these waters over twenty years. Come see for yourself!

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Reel Chance Charters
103 Stuart Town Rd
Beaufort, SC 29902
Phone: 803-535-6166
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