Let’s talk Fall Fishing in the beautiful shallow inshore waterways of Charleston, SC.
Thursday, 26 September 2019 by Kendra Kinner
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,
February’s Charleston Inshore Fishing Report
Wednesday, 07 February 2018 by Kendra Kinner
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
- Published in Charleston's Fishing Reports
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