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AHQ INSIDER Beaufort (SC) Spring 2019 Fishing Report – Updated June 21

-- June 21 Inshore water temperatures are 82-84 degrees around Beaufort, and the water is pretty dirty. It’s been a good summer bite for redfish, and Captain Tuck Scott with Bay Street Outfitters (843-524-5250) reports that they are tailing well.  When it is too high to see tails they are still being caught up in the grass when redfish can be heard sucking shrimp off the surface in the tall stuff. On the dr ...

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AHQ INSIDER South Grand Strand (SC) Spring 2019 Fishing Report – Updated June 21

-- June 21 Inshore water temperatures at the Murrells Inlet jetties are in the lower 80s. Flounder fishing has been strong on the sound end of the Grand Strand, and Captain J Baisch (843-902-0356) also of Baisch Boys Bait and Tackle (843-651-1915) reports that in a local flounder tournament last week the winning fish was over 6 pounds and second place was not far off.  Fish can be caught on mullet or mud mi ...

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AHQ INSIDER Hilton Head Island (SC) Summer 2019 Fishing Report – Updated June 21

-- June 21 Inshore surface water temperatures around Hilton Head are about 85 degrees.  Clarity seems to be improving again after some wet weather a week or two ago.  Shrimp, menhaden and mullet are all prolific in the rivers and creeks. Even in the later part of June the cobia fishing is still good around Hilton Head, and Captain Kai Williams (843-816-7475) reports that they are still catching a good numbe ...

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AHQ INSIDER Edisto Island (SC) Summer 2019 Fishing Report – Updated June 21

-- June 21 Inshore surface water temperatures around Edisto Island are about 82 degrees in the mornings.  Clarity is good in the North Edisto, while the South Edisto is dirty.  Bait shrimp have gotten easy to find. Trout fishing remains the best thing going inshore around Edisto, and Captain Ron Davis, Jr. (843-513-0143) reports that there is still a good topwater bite first thing around main river points.  ...

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AHQ INSIDER Charleston (SC) Summer 2019 Fishing Report – Updated June 20

-- June 20 Inshore water temperatures in Charleston are still around 83 degrees. It’s that time of year when the best fishing is often early in the day, and Captain Rob Bennett (843-367-3777) points out that this is particularly the case with the threat of afternoon pop-up thunderstorms. Early in the morning you can catch trout on mud minnows or live shrimp fished around oyster beds, and right at daybreak y ...

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