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Fishing report from Brad B. in North Charleston, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Brad here.

Fishing report from Adrian J. in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Adrian here.

Fishing report from Christopher C. in Charleston, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Christopher here.

Fishing report from Matt S. in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Matt here.

Fishing report from Kurt J. in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Kurt here.

Fishing report from Carlo M. in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Carlo here.

    Bite has been fire! Lots of reds and trout! Some trips producing high numbers of trout and 20 to 50 reds per trip on the better days.
    Bite has been fire! Lots of reds and trout! Some trips producing high numbers of trout and 20 to 50 reds per trip on the better days.
    Bite has been fire! Lots of reds and trout! Some trips producing high numbers of trout and 20 to 50 reds per trip on the better days.
    Bite has been fire! Lots of reds and trout! Some trips producing high numbers of trout and 20 to 50 reds per trip on the better days.
    Bite has been fire! Lots of reds and trout! Some trips producing high numbers of trout and 20 to 50 reds per trip on the better days.
    Bite has been fire! Lots of reds and trout! Some trips producing high numbers of trout and 20 to 50 reds per trip on the better days.
    Bite has been fire! Lots of reds and trout! Some trips producing high numbers of trout and 20 to 50 reds per trip on the better days.
    Bite has been fire! Lots of reds and trout! Some trips producing high numbers of trout and 20 to 50 reds per trip on the better days.
    Bite has been fire! Lots of reds and trout! Some trips producing high numbers of trout and 20 to 50 reds per trip on the better days.
    Bite has been fire! Lots of reds and trout! Some trips producing high numbers of trout and 20 to 50 reds per trip on the better days.
    Bite has been fire! Lots of reds and trout! Some trips producing high numbers of trout and 20 to 50 reds per trip on the better days.
    Bite has been fire! Lots of reds and trout! Some trips producing high numbers of trout and 20 to 50 reds per trip on the better days.
    Bite has been fire! Lots of reds and trout! Some trips producing high numbers of trout and 20 to 50 reds per trip on the better days.
    Bite has been fire! Lots of reds and trout! Some trips producing high numbers of trout and 20 to 50 reds per trip on the better days.
    Bite has been fire! Lots of reds and trout! Some trips producing high numbers of trout and 20 to 50 reds per trip on the better days.

Fishing report from Chris M. in Charleston, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Chris here.

Fishing report from Bob U. in Charleston, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Bob here.

Fishing report from Adrian J. in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Adrian here.

Fishing report from Dustin S. in Folly Beach, South Carolina.

Fishing report from Bob U. in Charleston, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Bob here.

Fishing report from Will A. in Johns Island, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Will here.

Fishing report from Carlo M. in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Carlo here.

    Fishing in July is Hot! Early Morning bite is the best for inshore Reds, shark fishing is active in the Harbor. Fishing in July can be extremely productive but everyday is different and we are just a couple of months away from the best fishing we have to offer and that is the fall bite!
    Fishing in July is Hot! Early Morning bite is the best for inshore Reds, shark fishing is active in the Harbor. Fishing in July can be extremely productive but everyday is different and we are just a couple of months away from the best fishing we have to offer and that is the fall bite!
    Fishing in July is Hot! Early Morning bite is the best for inshore Reds, shark fishing is active in the Harbor. Fishing in July can be extremely productive but everyday is different and we are just a couple of months away from the best fishing we have to offer and that is the fall bite!
    Fishing in July is Hot! Early Morning bite is the best for inshore Reds, shark fishing is active in the Harbor. Fishing in July can be extremely productive but everyday is different and we are just a couple of months away from the best fishing we have to offer and that is the fall bite!
    Fishing in July is Hot! Early Morning bite is the best for inshore Reds, shark fishing is active in the Harbor. Fishing in July can be extremely productive but everyday is different and we are just a couple of months away from the best fishing we have to offer and that is the fall bite!
    Fishing in July is Hot! Early Morning bite is the best for inshore Reds, shark fishing is active in the Harbor. Fishing in July can be extremely productive but everyday is different and we are just a couple of months away from the best fishing we have to offer and that is the fall bite!
    Fishing in July is Hot! Early Morning bite is the best for inshore Reds, shark fishing is active in the Harbor. Fishing in July can be extremely productive but everyday is different and we are just a couple of months away from the best fishing we have to offer and that is the fall bite!
    Fishing in July is Hot! Early Morning bite is the best for inshore Reds, shark fishing is active in the Harbor. Fishing in July can be extremely productive but everyday is different and we are just a couple of months away from the best fishing we have to offer and that is the fall bite!
    Fishing in July is Hot! Early Morning bite is the best for inshore Reds, shark fishing is active in the Harbor. Fishing in July can be extremely productive but everyday is different and we are just a couple of months away from the best fishing we have to offer and that is the fall bite!
    Fishing in July is Hot! Early Morning bite is the best for inshore Reds, shark fishing is active in the Harbor. Fishing in July can be extremely productive but everyday is different and we are just a couple of months away from the best fishing we have to offer and that is the fall bite!
    Fishing in July is Hot! Early Morning bite is the best for inshore Reds, shark fishing is active in the Harbor. Fishing in July can be extremely productive but everyday is different and we are just a couple of months away from the best fishing we have to offer and that is the fall bite!
    Fishing in July is Hot! Early Morning bite is the best for inshore Reds, shark fishing is active in the Harbor. Fishing in July can be extremely productive but everyday is different and we are just a couple of months away from the best fishing we have to offer and that is the fall bite!
    Fishing in July is Hot! Early Morning bite is the best for inshore Reds, shark fishing is active in the Harbor. Fishing in July can be extremely productive but everyday is different and we are just a couple of months away from the best fishing we have to offer and that is the fall bite!
    Fishing in July is Hot! Early Morning bite is the best for inshore Reds, shark fishing is active in the Harbor. Fishing in July can be extremely productive but everyday is different and we are just a couple of months away from the best fishing we have to offer and that is the fall bite!
    Fishing in July is Hot! Early Morning bite is the best for inshore Reds, shark fishing is active in the Harbor. Fishing in July can be extremely productive but everyday is different and we are just a couple of months away from the best fishing we have to offer and that is the fall bite!
    Fishing in July is Hot! Early Morning bite is the best for inshore Reds, shark fishing is active in the Harbor. Fishing in July can be extremely productive but everyday is different and we are just a couple of months away from the best fishing we have to offer and that is the fall bite!
    Fishing in July is Hot! Early Morning bite is the best for inshore Reds, shark fishing is active in the Harbor. Fishing in July can be extremely productive but everyday is different and we are just a couple of months away from the best fishing we have to offer and that is the fall bite!
    Fishing in July is Hot! Early Morning bite is the best for inshore Reds, shark fishing is active in the Harbor. Fishing in July can be extremely productive but everyday is different and we are just a couple of months away from the best fishing we have to offer and that is the fall bite!
    Fishing in July is Hot! Early Morning bite is the best for inshore Reds, shark fishing is active in the Harbor. Fishing in July can be extremely productive but everyday is different and we are just a couple of months away from the best fishing we have to offer and that is the fall bite!
    Fishing in July is Hot! Early Morning bite is the best for inshore Reds, shark fishing is active in the Harbor. Fishing in July can be extremely productive but everyday is different and we are just a couple of months away from the best fishing we have to offer and that is the fall bite!
    Fishing in July is Hot! Early Morning bite is the best for inshore Reds, shark fishing is active in the Harbor. Fishing in July can be extremely productive but everyday is different and we are just a couple of months away from the best fishing we have to offer and that is the fall bite!
    Fishing in July is Hot! Early Morning bite is the best for inshore Reds, shark fishing is active in the Harbor. Fishing in July can be extremely productive but everyday is different and we are just a couple of months away from the best fishing we have to offer and that is the fall bite!
    Fishing in July is Hot! Early Morning bite is the best for inshore Reds, shark fishing is active in the Harbor. Fishing in July can be extremely productive but everyday is different and we are just a couple of months away from the best fishing we have to offer and that is the fall bite!
    Fishing in July is Hot! Early Morning bite is the best for inshore Reds, shark fishing is active in the Harbor. Fishing in July can be extremely productive but everyday is different and we are just a couple of months away from the best fishing we have to offer and that is the fall bite!
    Fishing in July is Hot! Early Morning bite is the best for inshore Reds, shark fishing is active in the Harbor. Fishing in July can be extremely productive but everyday is different and we are just a couple of months away from the best fishing we have to offer and that is the fall bite!
    Fishing in July is Hot! Early Morning bite is the best for inshore Reds, shark fishing is active in the Harbor. Fishing in July can be extremely productive but everyday is different and we are just a couple of months away from the best fishing we have to offer and that is the fall bite!
    Fishing in July is Hot! Early Morning bite is the best for inshore Reds, shark fishing is active in the Harbor. Fishing in July can be extremely productive but everyday is different and we are just a couple of months away from the best fishing we have to offer and that is the fall bite!
    Fishing in July is Hot! Early Morning bite is the best for inshore Reds, shark fishing is active in the Harbor. Fishing in July can be extremely productive but everyday is different and we are just a couple of months away from the best fishing we have to offer and that is the fall bite!

Fishing report from Adrian J. in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Adrian here.

Fishing report from Bob U. in Charleston, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Bob here.

Fishing report from Dustin S. in Folly Beach, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Dustin here.

Fishing report from Chris A. in Charleston, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Chris here.

Fishing report from Matt S. in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Matt here.

Fishing report from Adrian J. in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Adrian here.

Fishing report from Bob U. in Charleston, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Bob here.

Fishing report from Carlo M. in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Carlo here.

Fishing report from Dustin S. in Folly Beach, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Dustin here.

Fishing report from Dustin S. in Folly Beach, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Dustin here.

Fishing report from Matt S. in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Matt here.

Fishing report from Chris O. in Little River, South Carolina. Book a trip with Captain Chris here.

    At the 15 mile ledges, there are plenty of red snapper and grouper, with a few keeper Seabass though the sharks have also moved in. These fish have been caught on Carolina Rigs and grouper rigs with pogies or cut bait. If you don’t have live bait, you can also use grubs- fishbites or gulp brand work the best. At 3 mile reef, there is still Spanish, bluefish , weakfish with some flounder moving in on the bottom. Most of the bluefish and Spanish are coming off of peanut pogies or spoons. The flounder and weakfish are caught off of white and chartreuse baits on the bottom. On the jetties there’s some larger trout, sheepshead and redfish tied to the rocks, along with Spanish. Most of the redfish have been along the bottom in the rocks with the trout and sheepshead being tight on the rocks. You can use a fiddler on a hook for the sheepshead or a live shrimp or artificial for the trout. While you’re fishing the rocks, you can toss a rig out for Spanish- any spoon that resembles a glass minnow will work perfect. In the back water creeks, there are still some redfish, holding in some of the deeper pockets, along with some black drum mixed in.as you get out of those creeks on some of the oyster beds. There’s been a good push of some smaller trout with some bigger ones mixed in. Most of the trout have been coming off live shrimp with the slip cork while the black drum and redfish in the holes have been eating cut shrimp or mullet or mudminnow on the Carolina rig or Jig head on the bottom. Along the ICW there as been a good amount of trout with some redfish and black drum. M
    At the 15 mile ledges, there are plenty of red snapper and grouper, with a few keeper Seabass though the sharks have also moved in. These fish have been caught on Carolina Rigs and grouper rigs with pogies or cut bait. If you don’t have live bait, you can also use grubs- fishbites or gulp brand work the best. At 3 mile reef, there is still Spanish, bluefish , weakfish with some flounder moving in on the bottom. Most of the bluefish and Spanish are coming off of peanut pogies or spoons. The flounder and weakfish are caught off of white and chartreuse baits on the bottom. On the jetties there’s some larger trout, sheepshead and redfish tied to the rocks, along with Spanish. Most of the redfish have been along the bottom in the rocks with the trout and sheepshead being tight on the rocks. You can use a fiddler on a hook for the sheepshead or a live shrimp or artificial for the trout. While you’re fishing the rocks, you can toss a rig out for Spanish- any spoon that resembles a glass minnow will work perfect. In the back water creeks, there are still some redfish, holding in some of the deeper pockets, along with some black drum mixed in.as you get out of those creeks on some of the oyster beds. There’s been a good push of some smaller trout with some bigger ones mixed in. Most of the trout have been coming off live shrimp with the slip cork while the black drum and redfish in the holes have been eating cut shrimp or mullet or mudminnow on the Carolina rig or Jig head on the bottom. Along the ICW there as been a good amount of trout with some redfish and black drum. M
    At the 15 mile ledges, there are plenty of red snapper and grouper, with a few keeper Seabass though the sharks have also moved in. These fish have been caught on Carolina Rigs and grouper rigs with pogies or cut bait. If you don’t have live bait, you can also use grubs- fishbites or gulp brand work the best. At 3 mile reef, there is still Spanish, bluefish , weakfish with some flounder moving in on the bottom. Most of the bluefish and Spanish are coming off of peanut pogies or spoons. The flounder and weakfish are caught off of white and chartreuse baits on the bottom. On the jetties there’s some larger trout, sheepshead and redfish tied to the rocks, along with Spanish. Most of the redfish have been along the bottom in the rocks with the trout and sheepshead being tight on the rocks. You can use a fiddler on a hook for the sheepshead or a live shrimp or artificial for the trout. While you’re fishing the rocks, you can toss a rig out for Spanish- any spoon that resembles a glass minnow will work perfect. In the back water creeks, there are still some redfish, holding in some of the deeper pockets, along with some black drum mixed in.as you get out of those creeks on some of the oyster beds. There’s been a good push of some smaller trout with some bigger ones mixed in. Most of the trout have been coming off live shrimp with the slip cork while the black drum and redfish in the holes have been eating cut shrimp or mullet or mudminnow on the Carolina rig or Jig head on the bottom. Along the ICW there as been a good amount of trout with some redfish and black drum. M
    At the 15 mile ledges, there are plenty of red snapper and grouper, with a few keeper Seabass though the sharks have also moved in. These fish have been caught on Carolina Rigs and grouper rigs with pogies or cut bait. If you don’t have live bait, you can also use grubs- fishbites or gulp brand work the best. At 3 mile reef, there is still Spanish, bluefish , weakfish with some flounder moving in on the bottom. Most of the bluefish and Spanish are coming off of peanut pogies or spoons. The flounder and weakfish are caught off of white and chartreuse baits on the bottom. On the jetties there’s some larger trout, sheepshead and redfish tied to the rocks, along with Spanish. Most of the redfish have been along the bottom in the rocks with the trout and sheepshead being tight on the rocks. You can use a fiddler on a hook for the sheepshead or a live shrimp or artificial for the trout. While you’re fishing the rocks, you can toss a rig out for Spanish- any spoon that resembles a glass minnow will work perfect. In the back water creeks, there are still some redfish, holding in some of the deeper pockets, along with some black drum mixed in.as you get out of those creeks on some of the oyster beds. There’s been a good push of some smaller trout with some bigger ones mixed in. Most of the trout have been coming off live shrimp with the slip cork while the black drum and redfish in the holes have been eating cut shrimp or mullet or mudminnow on the Carolina rig or Jig head on the bottom. Along the ICW there as been a good amount of trout with some redfish and black drum. M
    At the 15 mile ledges, there are plenty of red snapper and grouper, with a few keeper Seabass though the sharks have also moved in. These fish have been caught on Carolina Rigs and grouper rigs with pogies or cut bait. If you don’t have live bait, you can also use grubs- fishbites or gulp brand work the best. At 3 mile reef, there is still Spanish, bluefish , weakfish with some flounder moving in on the bottom. Most of the bluefish and Spanish are coming off of peanut pogies or spoons. The flounder and weakfish are caught off of white and chartreuse baits on the bottom. On the jetties there’s some larger trout, sheepshead and redfish tied to the rocks, along with Spanish. Most of the redfish have been along the bottom in the rocks with the trout and sheepshead being tight on the rocks. You can use a fiddler on a hook for the sheepshead or a live shrimp or artificial for the trout. While you’re fishing the rocks, you can toss a rig out for Spanish- any spoon that resembles a glass minnow will work perfect. In the back water creeks, there are still some redfish, holding in some of the deeper pockets, along with some black drum mixed in.as you get out of those creeks on some of the oyster beds. There’s been a good push of some smaller trout with some bigger ones mixed in. Most of the trout have been coming off live shrimp with the slip cork while the black drum and redfish in the holes have been eating cut shrimp or mullet or mudminnow on the Carolina rig or Jig head on the bottom. Along the ICW there as been a good amount of trout with some redfish and black drum. M
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