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Redfish bite still good in St Helena Sound

Capt. Rick Percy
March 3, 2012
Beaufort - Saltwater Fishing Report

Fished a couple of trips in St Helena Sound the last several weeks, and caught Redfish, a few trout, and even a flounder. Most were caught on mud minnows under popping corks. The water temps are on their way up, and the trout and Redfish bite should continue to improve. With water temps hovering around 63 degrees, the arrival of Cobia into the sounds may be earlier than normal. A water temp of 68 degrees is our magic number to start fishing Cobia, and we are not that far off. If the weather continues to show above normal temperatures, I would not be surprised to hear of Cobia coming to the boat by the 10th of April.

Beaufort Fishing Forecast:

As the water temps move up into the upper 60's, our pelagics will start to show, including cobia, mackerel, blues and the inshore bite should just get better.

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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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