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AHQ INSIDER North Grand Strand (SC) Summer 2019 Fishing Report – Updated August 1

-- August 1 Inshore surface water temperatures in the morning on the north end of the Grand Strand are around 84 degrees.  There are massive schools of finger mullet in the IntraCoastal Waterway and its tributaries, and bait-sized shrimp are also abundant. The cool snap has really helped the fishing on the north end of the Grand Strand, and Captain Patrick “Smiley” Kelly (843-361-7445) reports that a variet ...

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AHQ INSIDER Beaufort (SC) Summer 2019 Fishing Report – Updated August 1

-- August 1 Inshore surface water temperatures in the morning have dropped to about 84 around Beaufort, and water clarity varies wildly from very dirty (in areas where tide and wind have stirred it up) to clear.  There are lots of finger mullet in the creeks and a decent number of bait-sized shrimp. The tailing redfish action continues to buoy what is otherwise a lackluster bite, and Captain Tuck Scott with ...

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AHQ INSIDER Hilton Head Island (SC) Summer 2019 Fishing Report – Updated July 31

-- July 31 Inshore morning surface water temperatures around Hilton Head are around 87 degrees.  With some big tides water is overall dirty.  Finger mullet and mud minnows are easy to catch, while bait shrimp are too small for a ½ inch mesh net. Fishing for redfish numbers is straight-forward right now, and Captain Dan “Fishin’ Coach” Utley (843-368-2126) reports that fishing mud minnows in smaller creeks w ...

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AHQ INSIDER South Grand Strand (SC) Summer 2019 Fishing Report – Updated July 31

-- July 31 Inshore water temperatures inside the Murrells Inlet jetties have dropped from about 89 to 84.  Finger mullet are a good bait size, and if you know where to look there are good bait-sized shrimp.  Overall the water is pretty clear.  Baisch Boys Bait and Tackle (843-651-1915) has regular and jumbo mud minnows, live shrimp, live fiddler crabs, live finger mullet, live pinfish, salt clam, salt sand ...

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AHQ INSIDER Charleston (SC) Summer 2019 Fishing Report – Updated July 31

-- July 31 Inshore water temperatures in Charleston are in the mid-80s.  Finger mullet are abundant in the creeks while shrimp are just approaching bait size. With slightly cooler temperatures the fishing for several resident species has picked up this week, but Captain Rob Bennett (843-367-3777) reports that the most exciting bite has been for jack crevalle.  At times they are schooling in the Charleston H ...

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