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AHQ Report - Charleston

December 11

Inshore surface water temperatures in Charleston have dropped into the low to mid-50s, and water clarity is very good. 

The troutfishing continues to be outstanding in Charleston, and Redfin Charters (843-277-5255) reports

It won’t last forever, but peak season for bull red drum in the Charleston area is here.  Captain Tucker Blythe of Grey Ghost Charters (843-670-8629) reports that in the inlets, in the surf and around the jetties big drum are fattening up before they go offshore, and they are chomping on a variety of baitfish.  […]
Captain Tucker Blythe of Grey Ghost Charters (843-670-8629) reports that he and other Charleston-area guides weren’t quite sure what to expect after record-setting rains flooded the lowcountry, and he was worried about what all the inflow would do to the fishing.  Changes were quickly apparent as water levels stayed higher than usual around the tide […]
Inshore: Haddrell’s Point (843-881-3644) reports that there is a fantastic tarpon bite right now, even ahead of the annual mullet migration.  Around most of the area inlets (actually, from Georgetown to Hilton Head) there are excellent reports wherever inlets are feeding into the ocean, particularly in the slews between sand bars and around channel drop-offs.  The […]
Inshore: Haddrell’s Point (843-881-3644) reports that scorching air temperatures have pushed water temperatures well into the 80s, and as a result fishermen are having the best inshore success early and late with the midday bite often being slow. Flounder continue to take live minnows and jerk shad fished in 3-8 feet of water along rocks edges […]
Inshore: Haddrell’s Point (843-881-3644) reports that water temperatures have touched 80 degrees and so the summer bite is on. Spanish mackerel have shown up around the tips of the jetties and inlets, sharks are about as thick as they get, and bull red drum are eating at the jetties as well as in the inlets. Inside the […]
Inshore: Haddrell’s Point (843-881-3644) reports that warmer water temperatures have the redfish schools feeding more actively again. Along the shallow mud flats cast a live mud minnow or a Savage Crab to schooling redfish. Sheepshead continue to feed on live fiddler crabs, clams, and oysters fished around bridge pilings and rock piles in 10-20 feet of water, […]

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