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Hot Summertime Redfish and Trout bite in the Lowcountry

Capt. Michael Bales
July 12, 2017
Charleston - Saltwater Fishing Report

The fishing here in Charleston continues to be good the past weeks. We have been targeting redfish with live shrimp, live finger mullet and soft plastics. The Zman PaddlerZ continues to produce casting the weediness and oyster bars un the outgoing tides, preferably in the morning.

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When using the live shrimp or mullet under a popping cork, use a circle hook and let the rod do the work! Remember there is no ned to 'set the hook' If you find schools of redfish put the anchor out and try a live shrimp on a circle hook with a pinch of splot shot for casting weight.

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I hope to see you out there on the water, or you always give us a call! www.hotfishcharleston.com

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Come spend a day with HotFish Charters Capt. Michael Bales on the water around Charleston. South Carolina has some of the best Redfish fishing in the world. It is truly an anglerís paradise! This amazing world-class fishery has some of the best shallow water sight casting to tailing redfish in the grass and schools of redfish found anywhere.

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206 South Villa Avenue
Fruitland Park, FL 34731
Phone: 843-606-2827
Alt. Phone: 352-255-8175
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