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Charleston Fishing report FinAddict Fly/light tackle charters

Capt. Chris Wilson
October 23, 2009
Charleston - Saltwater Fishing Report

The cooler weather has move in and the Redfish and Trout Bite has turn on!! still seeing a few tailing Redfish on the flood tides and large schools of Reds on the l

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ow tides.Spin Anglers top-water has been great on the overcast days.jerk baits and gulps are working rigged on fullter hooks are the best right now.Fly anglers the sight fishing is getting better with the clearer water.shrimp patterns are the key right now.

Speckle Trout have move into the creeks are bitting good on DOA shrimps fish by them self or under cajun thunder cork.top water is good in the morning and afternoons.this time of the year its not uncommon to catch 20-100 Trout!!

Capt Chris Wilson
FinAddict Fly/Light Tackle Charters
www.charlestonflatsfishing.com
843-2247462

Target Species:

Redfish and Speckle Trout

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Year Round Fly/Light Tackle fishing for Redfish, Speckled Trout, BlackDrum and Flounder. Seasonal Species Jack Crevelle, Spanish mackerel, Cobia, Tarpon and a variety of Sharks. Vast miles of mud flats, tidal creeks, and beaches around Beautiful Charleston SC Capt. Chris is a Charleston Native and has been fishing SC local waters over 25 years and a Full Time Guide for 14 years!! Come see what The Low Country has to offer Fly/Light Tackle Anglers.

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FinAddict Charters
15 Krier Lane
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
Phone: 843-224-7462
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