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Inshore water temperatures have risen to around 73 degrees. More mullet are starting to show up every day.
The inshore fishing has been really good around Charleston recently, and Redfin Charters (843-277-5255) reports
Inshore water temperatures have risen into the low to mid-70s, and the water is overall pretty dirty with big tides recently.
The inshore redfish action is pretty steady around Charleston, and Redfin Charters (843-277-5255) reports
Inshore water temperatures have risen into the mid to upper 60s.
It’s been a funny week for inshore redfish, and just a few days ago Redfin Charters (843-277-5255) reports
Inshore water temperatures have risen to the low 60s and the water is surprisingly clean for the amount of recent rain.
As temperatures warm Redfin Charters (843-277-5255) reports
Inshore water temperatures are in the mid-50s and the water is clear.
The most exciting thing going in the Charleston areas right now is out at the reefs, and in 40 feet of water Captain Rob Bennett (843-367-3777) reports
Inshore water temperatures are still in the upper 40s.
It’s a feast-or-famine time of year for catching redfish inshore, but recently Captain Rob Bennett (843-367-3777) reports
Inshore water temperatures are down to about 48 degrees.
It’s not technically a saltwater report, but Captain Rob Bennett (843-367-3777) reports
Inshore water temperatures are down to the low 50s, but between the wind and larger tides a few days ago the water is still pretty dirty.
The redfish are still the headline species around Charleston, and Redfin Charters (843-277-5255) reports
Inshore waters have gotten cold and mostly clear, but Redfin Charters (843-277-5255) reports that the fishing has been pretty awesome recently. Low tides in warmer parts of the day
Inshore surface water temperatures around Charleston have fallen into the low 50s, and the water is clearing as expected.
The fishing is different than it was a few weeks ago, but Captain Rob Bennett (843-367-3777) reports
Inshore surface water temperatures around Charleston reached 68 yesterday, and while there is still some bait around shrimp are getting much harder to find.
You can scroll back through old reports to see that he is willing to call a spade a spade, but right now Captain Rob Bennett (843-367-3777) advises
Surface water temperatures around Charleston are still in the upper 60s. Shrimp remain prolific although the next cold snap should send them on their way.
The inshore fishing has been nothing short of phenomenal in Charleston, and Captain Rob Bennett (843-367-3777) reports
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