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AHQ Report - Beaufort

July 1

Morning surface water temperatures are 83-85 degrees inshore around Beaufort.  Shrimp and finger mullet are prolific in the creeks. 

With warm water temperatures there are plenty of migratory species around right now, and Captain Tuck Scott with Bay Street Outfitters (843-524-5250) reports

June 24

Morning surface water temperatures are still about 84 inshore around Beaufort.  Shrimp and finger mullet are prolific in the creeks. 

Even though it’s hot and bait is extremely abundant the redfish are still eating pretty well in Beaufort, and Captain Tuck Scott with Bay Street Outfitters (843-524-5250) reports

June 17

Morning surface water temperatures are about 84 inshore around Beaufort.  Shrimp and finger mullet are prolific in the creeks. 

Despite the summer heat redfish are eating around the tide cycle in Beaufort, and Captain Tuck Scott with Bay Street Outfitters (843-524-5250) reports

June 10

Morning surface water temperatures are about 82 inshore around Beaufort.  

The cobia fishing was just never very good this year, and even though there are still some fish around right now Captain Tuck Scott with Bay Street Outfitters (843-524-5250) reports

May 25

Morning surface water temperatures are about 78 inshore around Beaufort.  Between wind and a significant amount of rain a couple of days ago the water is muddier than normal, even though tides have normalized. Very few shrimp are around so far. 

It’s been a decent bite for redfish this week, and Captain Tuck Scott with Bay Street Outfitters (843-524-5250) reports

May 19

Morning surface water temperatures are up to the mid-70s inshore around Beaufort.

While tides aren’t as far above predictions this week as last week, Captain Tuck Scott with Bay Street Outfitters (843-524-5250) reports

May 12

Morning surface water temperatures are about 69 degrees inshore around Beaufort and the water is dirty from the wind. 

While there has been wind and more wind in Beaufort this week, Captain Tuck Scott with Bay Street Outfitters (843-524-5250) reports

May 4

Morning surface water temperatures are about 72 degrees inshore around Beaufort and baitfish are flooding into the area.   

As of yesterday Captain Tuck Scott with Bay Street Outfitters (843-524-5250) had to report

April 21

There have been some contradictory signals coming out of Beaufort, and Captain Tuck Scott with Bay Street Outfitters (843-524-5250) reports that even though there have been some cold overnight lows they saw a tripletail yesterday. 

April 8

Morning surface water temperatures are about 64 inshore around Beaufort and water clarity is starting to drop off. 

Difficult weather conditions have limited fishing this week, but Captain Tuck Scott with Bay Street Outfitters (843-524-5250) reports

April 1

Morning surface water temperatures are about 62 inshore around Beaufort, and the water clarity is still pretty high. 

Even though we’ve had some up-and-down weather this week, Captain Tuck Scott with Bay Street Outfitters (843-524-5250) reports

March 17

Inshore surface water temperatures were about 61 this morning around Beaufort, and the water clarity is down a little.

It’s still the March Madness transition period for redfish in the Lowcountry, but Captain Tuck Scott with Bay Street Outfitters (843-524-5250) reports

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