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AHQ Report - Charleston

December 2

Inshore surface water temperatures are still about 58 degrees around Charleston and the water is clear as a bell after very little rain.  

Batting leadoff this week is the inshore sheepshead fishing, and Captain Rob Bennett (843-367-3777) reports

November 19

Inshore surface water temperatures are about 58 degrees around Charleston and the water is relatively clear.

November 11

Inshore surface water temperatures are about 60 degrees around Charleston and the water is clearing.  

The trout fishing is nothing short of outstanding right now around Charleston, and Captain Rob Bennett (843-367-3777) reports

November 4

Inshore surface water temperatures are about 65 degrees around Charleston. 

The trout fishing is getting really good around Charleston, and Redfin Charters (843-277-5255) reports

October 20

Inshore surface water temperatures are about 75 degrees around Charleston and shrimp, mullet and menhaden are all prolific. 

From inshore to offshore, Captain Rob Bennett (843-367-3777) reports

October 7

Inshore surface water temperatures are still about 78 degrees around Charleston and the creeks are full of bait. 

There’s not too much change in the inshore bite around Charleston, and Captain Rob Bennett (843-367-3777) reports

September 29

Inshore surface water temperatures are down to about 78 degrees around Charleston and the creeks are full of bait. 

The inshore bite has gotten really, really good around Charleston, and Captain Rob Bennett (843-367-3777) reports

September 17

Inshore surface water temperatures are down to about 79 degrees around Charleston and the creeks are full of bait. The water has normal color but rain and some big tides should get it dirtier. 

Water temperatures dropping into the 70s has turned the fish on around Charleston, and Captain Rob Bennett (843-367-3777) reports

September 2

Inshore surface water temperatures remain about 85 degrees around Charleston and the creeks are still full of bait, especially shrimp.

Inshore fishing continues to be good in the Charleston area, and Captain Rob Bennett (843-367-3777) reports

August 26

Inshore surface water temperatures remain about 85 degrees around Charleston and the creeks are still full of bait, including shrimp.

Inshore fishing continues to be good in the Charleston area, but Captain Rob Bennett (843-367-3777) and Redfin Charters (843-277-5255) both report

August 5

Inshore surface water temperatures remain about 85-86 degrees around Charleston and the creeks are still full of bait, including shrimp.

It’s hard to believe how fast it happened, but Captain Rob Bennett (843-367-3777) and Redfin Charters (843-277-5255) both report

July 30

Inshore surface water temperatures are about 85-86 degrees around Charleston and shrimp have flooded into the creeks this week.

You wouldn’t have expected the fishing to turn on this week with water temperatures this hot, but Captain Rob Bennett(843-367-3777) reports

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