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AHQ INSIDER Charleston (SC) Spring 2019 Fishing Report – Updated April 9

-- April 9 Inshore water temperatures in Charleston are in the low 60s. It’s been a very strange week for inshore fishing in the Charleston area, and David Fladd with Eye Strike Fishing reports that the consensus among inshore fishermen is that fishing has been very tough.  This is apparently due to the worm hatch that just happened around the new moon, and species such as redfish and trout gorge on the wor ...

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AHQ INSIDER South Grand Strand (SC) Spring 2019 Fishing Report – Updated April 9

-- April 9 Inshore water temperatures at the Murrells Inlet jetties are 62-63 degrees, and the water is still very clear. As water temperatures have risen into the 60s Captain J Baisch of Fishful Thinking Guide Service (843-902-0356) and Baisch Boys Bait and Tackle (843-651-1915) reports that inshore and nearshore fishing is coming alive on the south end of the Grand Strand. Good-sized flounder are starting ...

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AHQ INSIDER Edisto Island (SC) Spring 2019 Fishing Report – Updated April 3

-- April 3 Inshore surface water temperatures around Edisto Island are in the low 60s, and because of the lack of rain before yesterday the water is very clear. As is typical for redfish in March and April, Captain Ron Davis, Jr. (843-513-0143) reports that the flats redfish have gotten very skittish. The ones his boat is catching are coming on mud minnows fished 1 ½ to 2 feet below a cork, and they seem to ...

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AHQ INSIDER Charleston (SC) Spring 2019 Fishing Report – Updated April 2

-- The newest Charleston fishing report can be found at: http://www.anglersheadquarters.com/ahq-insider-charleston-sc-spring-2019-fishing-report/ April 2 Inshore water temperatures in Charleston are around 61 degrees, and water clarity is starting to decrease as temperatures rise. As the spring progresses, albeit haltingly, inshore fishing around Charleston is getting better.  Captain Rob Bennett (843-367-3 ...

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AHQ INSIDER North Grand Strand (SC) Spring 2019 Fishing Report – Updated April 2

-- April 2 Inshore water temperatures on the north end of the Grand Strand range from about 57 to 58 degrees, while the ocean is around 61.  Overall the water is still pretty clear. Fishing in the Little River area is excellent, and Captain Patrick “Smiley” Kelly (843-361-7445) reports that their main focus continues to be trout.  Not only are they extremely plentiful, but when there are lots of huge fish i ...

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