Captain Mike Able has a NEW Maverick boat and it is making waves on the waterway. Mike Jr. has been on the water since he could stand in it, and has a true passion for fishing. It shows in the way that he works in it, on it, and around it. Managing Haddrell's Point Tackle and Supply most of the time, and spending the rest of his time chartering on the inshore waters of Charleston, SC..... Read More
The fishing season has started off pretty good for Gerald Granier or aka “Jigging Jerry” of Charleston off the Mt. Pleasant Pier. So far, he has netted a 20-in speckled trout, and the season has just started.
Last year, Granier finished up the 2013 season with a 24-inch fish, which weighed four pounds, nine ounces, on Dec. 31. This was the largest speckled trout ever taken off the Mount.... Read More
Redfish are schooled up on the flats getting warm and can be caught using many different methods. Sending a chunk of cut mullet in ahead of the school and allowing the Reds to swim over it will usually produce a strike. Some anglers are sticking it out and having huge success. :)
What is your method ? Is it working ?
South Carolina Sportsman Field Representative Brian M..... Read More
Captain Mike Able Jr. will be sporting a BRAND NEW Maverick for the 2014 season. Able teamed up with Barrier Island Marine and will be running the Maverick for his charter business Able Minded Charters. Give him a call today and test out the new ride.
Captain Mike Able Jr. (843) 475-7696
South Carolina Sportsman Field Representative Brian M. Carroll Mount Pleasant, South.... Read More
Salty Sam and the Grub Draggers are at it again. Sam Limbaker and his trusty crew David & Tony are out chasing the trout before the snow storm takes over South Carolina. They said that the fish were ON THE BITE. They were fishing the deep holes in the Upper Wando river with Trout tricks and smoky grubs. Throughout the day they boated over 75 quality speckled trout. Here is a photo of two.... Read More
The red fish are schooling in the flats, and Capt. Jeremy Espiritu of Shallow Thoughts is catching these fish two hours before low tide in the intercoastal waters behind Goat Island and the Isle of Palms in Charleston.
Capt. Jeremy is finding these schooling reds by sight fishing for them while cruising along oyster banks. Not only is he looking for tailing fish, but he is also looking.... Read More
Captain Jeff Yates of TYJO KNOT CHARTERS is using DOA Shrimp and light weighted trout tricks to sucker speckled trout onto the hook. He has been watching for a moving barometer and getting out on even the coldest of days. The fish are biting, all you have to do is be there with the right stuff.
A light weighted trout trick bumped just off of the bottom seems to do the trick. They are.... Read More
Capt. Brian Vaughn of Off the Hook Fishing Charters in Hilton Head said redfishing in the Hilton Head area is all about quality over quantity right now. 'The few fish we got this afternoon were about as nice as they get here in the lowcountry,' Vaughn said after a recent trip.
Vaughn and his clients are catching bull redfish in the 40+ inch range. To hook into your bull red, call Capt..... Read More
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Great weekend in Georgetown (17-19th). Redfish bite was hot. Caught them all on the bank or in tight tight creeks on a falling tide. Cap'n Dave from south west Florida could not believe how big the fish were stacked up in the creeks. Good times!
Captain Jim Dodge the Charleston Fishing Guide has been catching HUGE redfish in the Charleston Harbor. When the water is dumping out of the harbor, he places his cut mullet baits on the bottom and waits for the tell tale drag pull of a monster redfish. These fish are regularly over 40 inches and can fight heavy tackle for a good battle. It takes stout tackle to battle these large specimens in.... Read More
Team REEL INTENSE takes THIRD in the Mount Pleasant Waterworks Annual Inshore Slam. Led by the Captain Kevin Peagler, mates Tom Kohler and Brian Carroll round out the team. They fished hard to put a 20 Inch Black Drum, 19 Inch Sheepshead, and a 17 inch trout in the mix. The tournament is based on aggregate length of 5 species.
My latest trick for redfish in the shallows. Sneaking into the spot with a soft paddle stroke and slowly dropping the anchor on the shells. I cast the DOA into the shell bed and simply twitch the lure ever so slightly. The redfish swirl on the bait and pick it up without having to cast and drag. :) Seems to be working fairly consistently.
Give it a shot next time you are out. I lose less.... Read More
These are two nice red's my buddy TJ Gray caught two weeks ago in the Cooper river. We were trolling the banks fishing with mud minnows. The tide was high going low and we caught several reds that day along with a few trout and flounder
Chris Pounder, manager of the Mt. Pleasant Pier, said, “The water seems to be clearing up (from all the rain), and the red and flounder bite is picking up.”
Recently, anglers have caught several reds ranging from 30-35 inches off the pier. Pounder said, “The best bet to land a red is to target the edge of the marsh grass on the last two-three hours of the outgoing tide.” The reds are.... Read More
Kris Fishing Charters
Kris' Fishing Charters in Lafitte, LA specializes in inshore charters for Redfish, Bull Reds, Speckled Trout, Corporate Trips, Bachelor Parties and more, located just 30 minutes from New Orleans, LA.