|Fishin’ the ditch
38 Views - Posted: April 15 at 7:00 am
Bulls Bay is a massive, open bay with a mixture of deep and extremely shallow water. Fortunately for anglers and transient mariners, the entire length of the bay is flanked by the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway.
26 Views - Posted: April 15 at 7:00 am
Did you know that trout talk?
|Trout on a fly
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Yes, you can catch speckled trout on a fly rod, and when you get into a school, the action can be “a fish on every cast” frantic.
|Big gals like it on top
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Whether fishing for blue marlin in the Gulf Stream or copperhead bream in a farm pond, few experiences rival the pleasure of a topwater strike.
|Rigging for deep-hole trout
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Most anglers who fish baits or lures under corks or floats think of them as primarily used in relatively shallow water.
|Flounder fishing gets jump start with good weather in Murrells Inlet
516 Views - Posted: April 08 at 12:01 pm
Spring is bringing people out of hiding along the coast for more than just a suntan. At Murrells Inlet, the super-shallow creeks are heating up on the low end of the tide and are firing up the resident flounder. Capt. Jason Burton of Fly Girl Fishing Charters is catching more than his fair share lately, and even a few speckled trout are making the trip back to the dock.
|Are redfish in decline across SC coast? That's Georgetown guides' question.
476 Views - Posted: April 04 at 6:00 pm
South Carolina has become a great place to catch both the juvenile and adult varieties of the red drum. People come from miles around to hook one in Palmetto State waters, but the once abundant species may be showing signs of atrophy, and that is making waves across the fisheries community.
|April opens cobia love
101 Views - Posted: April 04 at 9:00 am
Many anglers choose to keep their excursions down to a minimum during the colder months. Cold and South Carolina don’t necessarily go well together, so when spring returns, eager saltwater fishermen are not far behind it.
|Charleston-area trout bite picking up as waters warm
409 Views - Posted: April 04 at 7:47 am
"Can you see where the sea grass makes a straight line where it meets the water, then the grass juts in to make a little pocket? That's a great spot for redfish or trout." said Capt. Amy Little of Fine Lines Charters as one of her clients tossed a mud minnow under a popping cork to the spot. A few minutes later, the cork silently slipped under water, and the angler reeled in a keeper trout.
|Hilton Head guide chalks up inshore grand slam
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|April kicks off a great spring for speckled trout in the Bulls Bay area.
72 Views - Posted: April 01 at 7:00 am
Few people need a calendar to know when spring arrives; the warm weather, new foliage and blooms erupt across the landscape. And for light-tackle saltwater anglers, the spring green is just the marker needed to slide back into the salty waters of Bulls Bay to latch into a snaggle-toothed yellowmouth.
|The spring trout bite can be a great time to take a great speck in South Carolina’s Lowcountry waters.
142 Views - Posted: April 01 at 7:00 am
Redfish are our No. 1 year-round saltwater target, really the only inshore fish we catch with any consistency during the coldest months. But now with the warming water, baitfish and other forms of forage return to shallow water, and so do the trout. Spotted seatrout, aka speckled trout, the favorite eating fish of many Lowcountry anglers, come out of hibernation and feed on finger mullet, crabs, tiny shrimp, mud minnows or anything else they can get their big mouths around.
|Santee Delta redfish action has been great when conditions are right
470 Views - Posted: March 26 at 4:47 pm
Warmer weather has brought redfish out of their winter posture and into a feeding mode along the Santee Delta, but you’d better check the moon phase and water clarity, because it can determine whether a trip is a banner day or an epic fail. Right now, Capt. Jordan Pate of Carolina Guide Service is smacking the redfish under the right conditions.
|Rising water temperatures have Charleston reds, trout ready to bite
771 Views - Posted: March 24 at 6:00 pm
With water temperatures approaching the 60-dgree mark, Capt. Kevin Blair of Charleston Fish Rod Bending Company, had only one thing to say. “It’s about to bust wide open here.”
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