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South Carolina Fishing Reports

South Carolina Fishing Reports by Location:

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South Carolina Fishing Reports


2018-12-06
8:02 AM

November to Remember - Wow what a month of fishing we had in Charleston, SC. It all started with a great trout bite followed by an insane redfish bite. The trout were holding next to deep drop offs, and the reds were found all over the place (mostly around docks and oyster more...
Capt. Alex Pennekamp - Charleston


2018-11-08
12:15 PM

Trout Fishing - The trout fishing around the Charleston area is heating up. Targeting good current rips with live shrimp under popping corks seems to the most productive method. Fish are feeding heavily on mullet in deeper water, so artificial baits that look simila more...
Capt. Alex Pennekamp - Charleston


2018-10-01
3:17 PM

Fall Bite in Full Swing - The fall bite in Charleston is in full swing. The bull reds are biting, and the nearshore fishing is getting fired up. Plenty of King Mackerels being caught off of the beach, and plenty of bull reds being caught around deep drop offs. The key right n more...
Capt. Alex Pennekamp - Charleston


2018-08-16
10:34 AM

Nearshore Fishing - The king mackerel bite is off the charts right now. Almost every piece of live and hard bottom is holding king mackerel. Slow trolling menhaden and mullet is working very well. Trolling rapalas and spoons is also proving to be very effective. Kings more...
Capt. Alex Pennekamp - Charleston


2018-05-29
7:33 AM

Summer Patterns - The bull red action is heating up! We are currently catching some really nice bull reds at the jetties and along deep drop offs around the harbor. Shark fishing is also in full swing! We are having double and triple hook ups on some nice sandbar, spi more...
Capt. Alex Pennekamp - Charleston


2018-03-05
3:09 PM

Hot Redfish Bite - Took some guys out from Charleston this morning, and we went in search of a good redfish bite. We spent the morning casting soft plastics to reds on the flats. Ended the 1/2 day inshore charter with 15 reds and 2 black drum (all on artificals). Hot b more...
Capt. Alex Pennekamp - Charleston


2018-02-08
7:26 AM

Winter time Redfish in the Lowcountry - It is that time of year again, when the Redfish are schooled up tight on the flats. With most of the bait gone south, our resident dolphin population turns to Redfish as their number one pick on the menu. And this triggers the Reds to school up big more...
Capt. Rick Percy - Beaufort


2017-08-31
5:00 PM

Summer Fishing Action in Charleston! - 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. We have had most of our success on the outgoing tides fishing the creeks and oyster beds. Try using ligh more...
Capt. Michael Bales - Charleston


2017-07-12
10:37 AM

Hot Summertime Redfish and Trout bite in the Lowcountry - 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 more...
Capt. Michael Bales - Charleston


2017-06-20
12:15 PM

Redfish on the flats of Charleston, SC! - The fishing in and around Charleston harbor has been red hot these past few weeks! Schools of Redfish continue to roam the shallow water flats and backcountry creeks searching for food during the warmer periods of the day. They have aggressively bee more...
Capt. Michael Bales - Charleston

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