You recently heard some of All In One Charters, very own Captain Ronnie’s shallow water tips, so now he is going to switch it up to some deeper stuff, like his preferred big bull red drum for example….. Initially, I will utilize my Simrads, I have two 12in NS12 EVO3’s, allowing me to locate dramatic
Fall Fishing consists of drops in water temps due to our sporadic cold fronts; going from winter, summer, spring, fall all in a day. So dress warm for the sunrise, but have light layers as you will be sweating by lunch! Ok, ok, enough about the lovely weather, Captain Ronnie from All in One Charters,
The month of June is starting off strong in Charleston’s Inshore waters. Get in on the action! Here is a brief report about what’s happening on the water with the All in One Charters Fishing Report. Type of Fish Being Caught: If the seas aren’t too rocky, the nearshore reefs are the place to be.
Fishing in the Charleston waterways is year round however as our waters ways warm up and our summer species move in, we are gearing up for our inshore fights. Harbor water temps have reached the low 70s and bait is everywhere. Get your cast nets and rods ready! Back Water Creek Fishing Floating a popping cork
Charleston harbor water temps are warming up quickly which only means the bulls and sharks are ready to play! Harbor fishing is not for everyone however it is action packed and many catch their biggest fish ever. Bull Reds (AKA Large reddrum) can weigh around 20-40lbs; they are bottom feeders as they don’t want to
Started March out with a bang, inshore fishing was fantastic. Reddrum were biting fiercely using live bait (shrimp and mudminnows) on a Cajun Thunder Weighted Oval Click Popping cork, drifting them along grass lines and under docks with solid structure. Then the lovely Charleston weather decided it was spring time finally and started to warm
The recent cold fronts that have moved thru has the reds schooled up tight, and chewing any live bait put in there face. We’ve been catching on some trips upwards of 50 in a very short period. They’re holding tight in very shallow water on any structure close to deep water. Looking for a fun
We’ve been catching creek reds currently using jigs teamed with artificial gulp shrimp (pink, smoke, and chartreuse). Slow rolling bait on the bottom, along with dead sticking under docks and on grass lines. Warm weather is in and with that will come more bait followed by hungry fish. Spring is knocking on our doorstep along with a