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Capt. Shane Sinclair
January 27, 2011
Charleston - Saltwater Fishing Report

The redfish bite has been very good when the weather has cooperated. The temps have been below normal for most of the month, but the days that have been fishable have been pretty good. I've had several 10 to 15 fish days fly fishing, throwing artificals, and using bait. Sight fishing large schools of reds have been easy. Jerkbaits, earth tone colored flies, and dead finger mullet have seemed to do the trick for me. The fish have been very sluggish and need some warmer temps soon.

Capt Shane Sinclair

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Charleston Fishing Forecast:

February and March will hopefully bring some more consistent temps ranging in the high 50's and mid 60's. The movement of the redfish schools should pick up with warmer water temps.

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Fish Charleston's Harbor and surrounding areas for local and migratory species. Charleston has an abundant number of year round trout, flounder, and redfish. We also have many migratory species during the spring and summer such as: Jack Crevalle, tarpon, bonnethead sharks,ladyfish, cobia, and many species of sharks. Sight fishing and fly fishing provide anglers with many opportunities to catch trophy fish using different techniques and styles. Don't miss out on what Charleston has to offer!

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Charleston Inshore Charters
1174 Freelock Drive
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
Phone: 843-270-6556
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