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AHQ INSIDER Hilton Head Island (SC) Fall Fishing Report – Updated September 15

-- September 15 Inshore water temperatures in the Hilton Head area should still be in the lower 80s, even after 4-6 inches of rain.  The water is very dirty but starting to clear slightly. Before the storm Captain Dan “Fishin’ Coach” Utley (843-368-2126) reports that the bite was pretty similar to two weeks ago, meaning he was catching a lot of small redfish and the occasional bigger fish.  They had two 31- ...

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Edisto Island (SC) Fall Fishing Report – Updated September 15

-- September 15 Inshore water temperatures around Edisto Island have dropped to around 81 or 82, and with 8 inches of rain during the storm the water is very tannic – although it is beginning to clear.  Clarity is better in the North Edisto.  In a few days Captain Ron Davis, Jr. (843-513-0143) expects water conditions to normalize. Before the storm fishing hadn’t changed much from the last report, and since ...

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AHQ INSIDER Charleston (SC) Fall Fishing Report – Updated September 15

-- September 15 Inshore temperatures in the Charleston are are around 80 degrees, and Captain Rob Bennett of Lowcountry Inshore Charters (843-367-3777) tells anglers that it’s time to get excited – the fishing from about September 15 until October 15 is what fishermen wait all year for. Before talking about the fish, Rob points out that it’s important to talk about another season that is upon us.  The shrim ...

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AHQ INSIDER Southern Grand Strand (SC) Fall Fishing Report – Updated September 15

-- September 15 Water temperatures in the Murrells Inlet area are around 80 degrees.  Conditions were muddy until yesterday, when some crystal clear water came through (possibly pushed up from further south).  It’s unclear if that will last. It doesn’t appear that too much has changed at the south end of the Grand Strand after the storm, although Captain J of Fishful Thinking Guide Service (843-902-0356) di ...

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AHQ INSIDER North Grand Strand (SC) Fall 2017 Fishing Report – Updated September 15

-- September 15 Inshore water temperatures on the north end of the Grand Strand have dropped and range from the low 80s in the creeks to about 77 in the surf.  The water is very dirty. The bite hasn’t changed a lot since the storm even though the water has gotten dirty, but there have been decent numbers of small redfish caught inshore – before the storm they were a little hard to locate.  Captain Patrick “ ...

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