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Summer Fishing Action in Charleston!

Capt. Michael Bales
August 31, 2017
Charleston - Saltwater Fishing Report

The summer bite continues to be good for redfish here in the lowcountry. Most trips we have been sight fishing with live shrimp and mud minnows.

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We have had most of our success on the outgoing tides fishing the creeks and oyster beds. Try using lighter braided line for casting distance when fishing to spooky fish in low water, it will increase your catch rate!

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Give us a call to experience some of the great fishing Charleston has to offer.

Target Species:

redfish, Black Drum, and Trout

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