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AHQ Report - Charleston

From the Charleston Harbor to the beaches to the inlets and rivers, the bull redfish have arrived in Charleston!

February 14

Morning surface water temperatures are still about 54 degrees in Charleston Harbor and with all the rain the water clarity is a little lower than usual. 

February 2

Morning surface water temperatures are about 54 degrees in Charleston Harbor. 

January 23

Morning surface water temperatures are about 50 degrees in Charleston Harbor.

January 4

Morning surface water temperatures are about 52 degrees in Charleston Harbor and the water is dirty.  

December 21

Morning surface water temperatures are about 53 degrees in Charleston Harbor and the water is dirty.  

December 14

Morning surface water temperatures are about 57 degrees inshore around Charleston.

November 30

Morning surface water temperatures are down to about 56 degrees inshore around Charleston.

November 16

Morning surface water temperatures are down to about 62 degrees in Charleston Harbor.

November 9

Morning surface water temperatures are down to about 65 degrees in Charleston Harbor, and around 62 in the creeks.

November 2

Morning surface water temperatures are down to about 67 degrees in Charleston Harbor, but obviously much cooler back in the creeks. 

October 27

Morning surface water temperatures are around 69 degrees in Charleston Harbor. 

October 19

Morning surface water temperatures are around 70 degrees in Charleston Harbor. Bait is still prolific, and with one throw of the net you can get more creek shrimp than you need.

October 12

Morning surface water temperatures are around 73-74 degrees in Charleston Harbor. Bait is still prolific, and with one throw of the net you can get more creek shrimp than you need.   

October 5

Morning surface water temperatures are around 75-76 degrees in Charleston Harbor. You can get all the shrimp you need for bait throwing a net once or twice at the mouths of gutter creeks on lower tides. 

September 28

Morning surface water temperatures are around 77 degrees in Charleston Harbor and the mullet run is well underway. 

September 21

Morning surface water temperatures are around 81 degrees in Charleston Harbor and the creeks are full of bait. 

September 7

Morning surface water temperatures are around 83 degrees in Charleston Harbor and the creeks are full of bait. 

August 24

Morning surface water temperatures are in the mid-80s in Charleston Harbor and the creeks are full of bait. 

August 17

Morning surface water temperatures are around 85 in Charleston Harbor and the creeks are full of bait. 

August 4

Morning surface water temperatures are around 85 inshore around Charleston and the creeks are full of bait. 

July 27

Morning surface water temperatures are around 85 inshore around Charleston.

June 29

Morning surface water temperatures are around 79 inshore around Charleston.

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