Inshore surface water temperatures are in the upper 60s to low 70s in Beaufort.
Beaufort has had a true spring this year, and the fact that we didn’t go from late winter to summer temperatures overnight means that the migration of bait and sharks into the area has proceeded a little slower than usual.What is in the water is tons of baby shrimp, and
Inshore surface water temperatures were around 65 degrees yesterday in Beaufort, but weather rolling in today is certain to drop them.Even with the high winds it is still fairly clear, but the water is more tannic than usual.
The redfish remain in a transition mode in the Beaufort area, but Bay Street Outfitters (843-524-5250) reports
Inshore surface water temperatures are down to 52 or 53 degrees in Beaufort, and water clarity is very high.
The trout fishing is not as hot as it was a couple of weeks ago, but it deserves the lead-off spot in this week’s fishing report because there is still a topwater bite in the morning almost at Christmas.Bay Street Outfitters (843-524-5250) reports