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Charleston’s spring spawning season is a real speck-tacle for trout fishermen

April showers may bring May flowers, but too much rain means muddy water, and South Carolina has had more than its muddy water over the past year. That’s just one reason that inshore fishermen in the Charleston area are dreaming of settled, stable weather on the horizon.

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May 01 at 7:00 am
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Curiosity killed the cobia - Be ready for this spring’s cobia run in South Carolina’s St. Helena Sound

It’s cobia season, and while this year’s will be a shortened version thanks to new federal regulations, plenty of anglers will be lining up in St. Helena Sound fishing for “the man in the brown suit.” 

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May 01 at 7:00 am
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How to catch more flounder

Martin Dane stood along the bank of a small creek as the tide came in, slowly reeling in a curly-tailed grub, rod tip held high. He seemed to be concentrating really hard, lowered the rod tip, and continued reeling slowly.

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April 17 at 9:59 pm
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Catching big S.C. redfish, in the Hilton Head lagoon

According to inshore fishing guides up and down South Carolina’s coast, redfish are biting like mad. But if you want a unique redfish trip, head to the Palmetto Dunes Lagoon on Hilton Head Island, where bull redfish are ready and willing to battle anglers in much closer quarters than they’ll find in the inshore creeks and inlets.

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April 10 at 9:39 pm
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Charleston fishing guide lands 10-pound speckled trout

At first, Justin Carter of DIG Charters in Mt Pleasant thought he’d hooked into a nice sized redfish. Carter and pal Dolphin Dave Hamilton were fishing the mouth of a tributary in the Wando River on Wednesday when his 3/8 oz Z-Man Trout Eye jighead paired with a Blue Pearl SwimmerZ body was engulfed by the trout of a lifetime in any part of the country, but nearly unheard of in Charleston area waters.

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April 07 at 11:47 pm
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Wilderness Systems Tarpon 130X

This performance driven Tarpon kayak has the speediness and exceptional stability of the original Tarpon, but has been updated with modern visuals and abundant features. Those feature upgrades include the new ultra-comfortable AirPro MAX Lite seat with a slide-on-track system for increased fore/aft trimming and the versatile FlexPod OS, a drop-in, self-contained console that adds more storage, electronic and propulsion opportunities. 

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April 01 at 7:00 am
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Tackle Wimbee Creek trout

Wiimbee Creek is one of the creeks above Lady’s Island in the Beaufort area that doesn’t get a lot of fanfare. It’s an unsung hero of sorts for inshore anglers, and March is a good time to focus on trout in the creeks leading into the main waterway.

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March 15 at 2:03 pm
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Time to bang the drum

March weather can be fickle along South Carolina’s coast, with some days close to freezing and others inviting T-shirts and shorts. Regardless, inshore anglers can count on a solid black drum bite in Little River’s waters.  

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March 15 at 1:24 pm
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