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Gulfstream Fishing For Pelagics

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30 ft 1 - 6 People From $1,800

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trip description for Charleston Inshore Fun! in Mount Pleasant

Captain Matt will provide all you need for a great day battling these apex predators including all the tackle, bait, iced down cooler for food and drink, bottled water for all clients, all necessary safety gear, and life jackets. Everything you could possibly need for a safe, enjoyable, and successful adventure. He will also clean and bag your catch for you at the end of the day. He recommends you consider bringing, food/snacks, beverages other than water (Please no glass), weather-appropriate clothing (it can be quite a bit cooler out on the water than on land), sunscreen lotion (Please no spray sunscreen), non-marking footwear, sunglasses, camera, and a hat. Read More

Inshore Fishing Charter in Mount Pleasant

Charleston Inshore Fun!

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19 ft 1 - 3 People From $400
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trip description for Offshore Reef Fishing in Mount Pleasant

Launch aboard Captain TJ's fully decked out 26' Center Console for a freezer-filling fishing experience out of Charleston SC. Captain TJ will put all of his knowledge of fish habits, sea trends, and weather patterns toward getting you on these reef fish safely and in style! The boat you'll be fishing from is a "Just Right" 26-foot Mako 264. A true battle wagon designed for hardcore offshore fishing. She's equipped with twin 200 HP Suzuki engines, outriggers, VHF radio, Garmin radar, GPS, sonar satellite radio, bathroom, live wells, fishing boxes, sink, and top-of-the-line fishing equipment. After you get settled in, and Captain TJ cranks up his Suzuki outboard, you will motor out a couple of miles offshore to hit the reefs, wrecks less than 15 miles offshore, depending on how far out you'd like to go you can either hits the reefs and wrecks just offshore for snapper and grouper species or stay closer to fish the jetties where giant inshore species lurk like Bull Reds, and big sharks! On these trip, you will be using heavy tackle rods and weighted live bait or jig hooks that you'll drop down into the murky depths of the Atlantic. You can expect to hook into a variety of Snapper and Grouper species like Red Snapper, Lane Snapper, Vermillion Snapper, Red Grouper and Gag Grouper, but you never know what the murky depths of the Atlantic will produce! Fishing the reefs you can also catch an occasional Amberjack, and Cobia just to name a few, and there are plenty more species the productive waters of the Atlantic can offer up! You are welcome to get as involved as you would like with your adventure as well, whether you'd rather lounge until Captain TJ has hooked into the fish or if you want your hand on the rod the whole time to feel the bite, Captain TJ can make it happen! Beyond superior service and a stylish ride, Captain TJ also provides the best rods, reels, tackle, bait, and fishing licenses you could possibly need for a successful day out on the water. Thus, all you need to bring is your favorite lunch, snack, and drink, your sun protection, maybe a towel, and your camera! Otherwise, Captain TJ will take care of the rest to make the most of your Charleston offshore adventure! Read More

Deep Sea, Nearshore Fishing Charter in Mount Pleasant

Offshore Reef Fishing

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26 ft 1 - 6 People From $1,100
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trip description for Sharks/Redfish in Charleston Harbor in Mount Pleasant

Anchor up in some inshore deep holes and wait for the reel to SCREAM! Big Red Drum are also possible! Great for children and adults that want a short trip, but a big fight! Captain Matt will provide all you need for a great day battling these apex predators including all the tackle, bait, iced down cooler for food and drink, bottled water for all clients, all necessary safety gear, and life jackets. Everything you could possibly need for a safe, enjoyable, and successful adventure. He will also clean and bag your catch for you at the end of the day. He recommends you consider bringing, food/snacks, beverages other than water (Please no glass), weather-appropriate clothing (it can be quite a bit cooler out on the water than on land), sunscreen lotion (Please no spray sunscreen), non-marking footwear, sunglasses, camera, and a hat. Read More

Inshore, Jetty, River Fishing Charter in Mount Pleasant

Sharks/Redfish In Charleston Harbor

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30 ft 1 - 6 People From $500
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trip description for 8 Hour Blackfin Tuna in Mount Pleasant

You’ll head 25-50 miles offshore to deep drop bottom rigs and or jig offshore structures to target mutton snapper, gag and scamp grouper, red snapper(seasonal), King Mackerel, barracuda, african pompano, cobia, amberjack, shark, triggerfish, and many more! All charters are aboard Captain Matt's 30' Contender center console powered by twin 250 hp Suzuki engines. This trip can handle up to 5 people, but just so you know, this trip can be heavily dependent on wind and sea conditions Captain Matt will get you all set up with top-of-the-line fishing gear with spinning and conventional gear available. Your license is provided along with all bait and tackle but feel free to bring along your own if you prefer. The boat comes loaded with bottled water and plenty of ice and cooler space for your use. You need only bring food and any other beverages you wish. Alcoholic beverages are permitted but overindulgence is obviously not tolerated for safety reasons. Read More

Deep Sea Fishing Charter in Mount Pleasant

8 Hour Blackfin Tuna

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30 ft 1 - 4 People From $1,800
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trip description for Offshore Grocery Store in Mount Pleasant

Don’t want to go way out in the ocean but want to still fill up the cooler and have fun 25 miles off the coast? Embark on Captain Matt's nearshore trip to fill the feezer and have a blast doing it! Destinations include artificial reefs and natural live bottom areas up to 9 miles offshore. Typical catches include black sea bass, vermillion snapper, red snapper, triggerfish, amberjack, cobia, sharks, and other species. For these trips, you'll be fishing out of Captain Matt's 30' Contender Center Console, that has a cruising speed of 33 Knots and can handle up to 4 passengers on these trips. Captain Matt will get you all set up with top-of-the-line fishing gear with spinning and conventional gear available. Your license is provided along with all bait and tackle but feel free to bring along your own if you prefer. The boat comes loaded with bottled water and plenty of ice and cooler space for your use. You need only bring food and any other beverages you wish. Alcoholic beverages are permitted but overindulgence is obviously not tolerated for safety reasons. Read More

Nearshore Fishing Charter in Mount Pleasant

Offshore Grocery Store

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30 ft 1 - 4 People From $1,400
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trip description for Inshore Saltwater in Mount Pleasant

Head out with Captain David to explore the complex web of small creeks and expansive marsh flats that line South Carolina's dynamic coast. This tidal ecosystem provides some of the best saltwater inshore fishing in the country. Often sheltered from the wind and waves these low country tidal waters are often characterized by crystal clear water and piles of happy fish. Captain David specializes in running light tackle and fly fishing charters for redfish, speckled trout and flounder. Whether you're an experienced angler or a beginner, USCG licensed Captain David customizes each inshore fishing charter to his client's level of experience, and of course, kids are always welcome. The South Carolina coast consists of a network of bays, rivers, creeks, marshes and flats creating a. His charters are convenient to Charleston, Mount Pleasant, Isle of Palms and Sullivans Island. Customers will fish out of Captain David's 17' Mitzi Skiff which is specifically designed to be able to chase inshore sportfish up into shallow water creeks and on the flooded marsh flats. Penn Conflict reels and Shimano rods are provided for spinning gear while Ross reels and G-Loomis rods are provided for fly fishing charters. Depending on the season and customer preference, Redfish, Speckled Trout and Flounder can be caught by utilizing an array of tactics including live bait and artificial lures. Whether you're wanting to cast a fly for a tailing red or a just looking to relax and catch fish, David will customize your trip to ensure your fishing experience in Charleston will be a memorable one. Read More

Flats, Inshore, River Fishing Charter in Mount Pleasant

Inshore Saltwater

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17 ft 1 - 2 People From $450
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trip description for 4hr Inshore in Mount Pleasant

If you're looking for a fun and family-friendly inshore fishing experience, an inshore fishing charter with Captain Tim out of Mount Pleasant, SC is the perfect choice. With Captain Tim's local knowledge and experience, you'll have a chance to catch a variety of species and have a blast, whether it's your first time or your 100th! Captain Tim is a native of Mt. Pleasant, SC and has been an offshore and inshore fishing guide for over 15 years. Fishing with a local has many advantages. This trip is designed for people of all ages and skill levels, making it perfect for families or groups of friends. You'll be targeting species such as Redfish, Speckled Sea trout, Black Drum, Sheepshead, shark, and others. These fish are known for their abundance and are relatively easy to catch, making for an enjoyable and rewarding fishing experience. The charter will take you out to the shallow waters of the local estuaries and tidal creeks, where you'll have a chance to fish in a variety of habitats, including grass beds, oyster beds, and rocky shorelines. Captain Tim's 23' Pathfinder Bay boat is equipped with top-quality fishing gear, including all rods, reels, and tackle! During the trip, Captain Tim will provide you with tips and guidance on how to catch the target species, including the best techniques and baits to use. You'll also have plenty of opportunities to ask questions and learn more about the local fishing scene and the different types of fish that inhabit the area Overall, an inshore fishing charter with Captain Tim is a fun and family-friendly sportfishing experience that you won't forget. Whether you're a seasoned angler or a first-timer, this trip is sure to provide you with plenty of excitement, adventure, and memories that will last a lifetime! Read More

Flats, Inshore, Jetty, River Fishing Charter in Mount Pleasant

4hr Inshore

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23 ft 1 - 6 People From $550
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trip description for Insane Inshore Trips in Mount Pleasant

Launch aboard Captain Brad's fully decked out 26' Center Console for a freezer-filling fishing experience out of historic Charleston SC. With a background in the US Coast Guard and a resulting 10+ years of experience fishing the Atlantic Coast all the way from Maine down to the Florida Keys, Captain Brad will put all of his knowledge toward getting you on the fish safely and in style! Captain Brad usually likes to launch from the WO Thomas Jr. Boat Landing by the Westmoreland bridge, but there is no need to waste your time hailing an uber or fretting showing up on time, if transportation is a problem Brad is more than happy to come to pick you up! Just let us know where you'd like to be picked up from. Either way, after you get settled in, and Captain Brad starts up his twin 150 Yamahas, you will motor around Charleston Harbor and the surrounding Low Country chasing delicious table fare that puts up a fight! You are welcome to get as involved as you would like with your adventure as well, whether you'd rather lounge until Captain Brad has hooked into the fish or if you want your hand on the rod the whole time to feel the bite, Captain Brad can make it happen! Beyond superior service and luxurious amenities, Captain Brad also provides the best rods, reels, tackle, bait, and fishing licenses you could possibly need for a successful day out on the water. Thus, all you need to bring is your favorite lunch, snack, and drink, your sun protection, maybe a towel, and your camera! Otherwise, Captain Brad will take care of the rest to make the most of your Charleston Inshore adventure! Read More

Inshore, River Fishing Charter in Mount Pleasant

Insane Inshore Trips

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26 ft 1 - 6 People From $600
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trip description for Shark & Bull Drum Fishing in Mount Pleasant

On this trip, you'll mix it up and target Sharks and Redfish—both super fun species for anglers of all levels! These species can be caught fairly close to shore, so you can get a lot of "bang for your buck" on a six-hour trip. With years of experience navigating these waters, Captain Bob knows all the best spots to find the fish, so whether you're a seasoned angler or a first-timer, he'll make sure you have a blast and come away with a great catch. On the morning of your trip, you'll load up aboard Captain Bob's luxurious 30' Grady White center console and head out to the fishing grounds. Captain Bob will make sure you're hooked up with the right bait and tackle, and then you'll wait for the action to kick off! Both "Bull Reds" and Sharks are powerful fish, and when one of them grabs the hook, you'll be on for the ride! With Captain Bob's expertise, you'll reel in a bunch of trophy fish and even some trophies. The fish are biting—get out there and bag some! *Fuel is not included* Guest will be charge for fuel used at the end of the charter. Contact the captain for current marina pricing. Read More

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Shark & Bull Drum Fishing

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30 ft 1 - 6 People From $1,300
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trip description for Wrecks, Reefs, and Ledges in Mount Pleasant

On this trip, you'll head go offshore to different wrecks, reefs and ledges for bottom fishing and trolling. Depending on targeted species and the time of year this can be as close as two miles from shore and as deep as thirty-five miles from shore. Captain Bob uses and provides Penn spinning and conventional reels to pull up a variety of species. Typical catches include Black Seabass, Triggerfish, Snappers, Grouper, Amberjack, Barracuda, Sharks, Cobia, Kingfish, and Sheepshead. On the morning of your trip, you'll load up aboard Captain Bob's luxurious 30' Grady White center console. You'll get comfortable in a bean bag and settle in for the ride out to the fishing grounds. Then, the real adventure will begin! Whether you're trolling or bottomfishing, you'll be able to fight fish and collect trophies all day. The fish are biting—get out there and have some fun! *Fuel not included* Guest pays for fuel used at the end of the charter. Contact the captain for current marina fuel prices. Read More

Deep Sea, Nearshore Fishing Charter in Mount Pleasant

Wrecks, Reefs, And Ledges

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30 ft 1 - 6 People From $1,300
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trip description for Bottom Fishing with Captain Brad in Mount Pleasant

Launch aboard Captain Brad's fully decked out 26' Center Console for a freezer-filling fishing experience out of historic Charleston SC. With a background in the US Coast Guard and a resulting 10+ years of experience fishing the Atlantic Coast all the way from Maine down to the Florida Keys, Captain Brad will put all of his knowledge toward getting you on the fish safely and in style! Captain Brad usually likes to launch from the WO Thomas Jr. Boat Landing by the Westmoreland bridge, but there is no need to waste your time hailing an uber or fretting showing up on time, if transportation is a problem Brad is more than happy to come to pick you up! Just let us know where you'd like to be picked up from. Either way, after you get settled in, and Captain Brad starts up his twin 150 Yamahas, you will motor out a couple of miles offshore to hit the reefs, wrecks, and deepwater structures for some delicious table fare that puts up a fight! On these trip, you will be using heavy tackle rods and weighted live bait or jig hooks that you'll drop down into the murky depths of the Atlantic. You can expect to hook into a variety of Snapper and Grouper species like Red Snapper, Lane Snapper, Vermillion Snapper, Red Grouper and Gag Grouper, but you never know what the murky depths of the Atlantic will produce! Fishing the reefs you can also catch an occasional Amberjack, and Cobia just to name a few, and there are plenty more species the productive waters of the Atlantic can offer up! You are welcome to get as involved as you would like with your adventure as well, whether you'd rather lounge until Captain Brad has hooked into the fish or if you want your hand on the rod the whole time to feel the bite, Captain Brad can make it happen! Beyond superior service and luxurious amenities, Captain Brad also provides the best rods, reels, tackle, bait, and fishing licenses you could possibly need for a successful day out on the water. Thus, all you need to bring is your favorite lunch, snack, and drink, your sun protection, maybe a towel, and your camera! Otherwise, Captain Brad will take care of the rest to make the most of your Charleston offshore adventure! Read More

Nearshore Fishing Charter in Mount Pleasant

Bottom Fishing With Captain Brad

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26 ft 1 - 6 People From $1,000
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trip description for Half Day on Light Tackle in Mount Pleasant

On this trip, you'll fish the Charleston Harbor and the surrounding estuaries for Redfish, Speckled Trout, Black Drum, and Flounder. This rich inshore fishery is one of the best in South Carolina, and is perfect for a half day trip! Whether you're an experienced angler or just looking to try something new on your vacation, you'll have a great time on the water with Captain Christoper! His trips are extremely reliable, and you can be confident that he'll put you right on the fish and help you land a bunch! You'll be fishing on spinning gear with live bait, but if you want to try your hand at lure-fishing, just let Christopher know and he'll get you set up. Captai Christopher runs his trips aboard his 23' SeaPro bay boat. She's equipped with a 200-HP Suzuki engine to get you out there quickly, and features a ton of amenities including a PowerPole for manuvering in shallow water, a live well for bait, a wireless trolling motor, and a full suite of Simrad electronics. Get out there and get ready for a fantastic fishing experience! Read More

Inshore, River Fishing Charter in Mount Pleasant

Half Day On Light Tackle

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23 ft 1 - 4 People From $600

Everything to Know About Booking a Mount Pleasant striped marlin fishing charter

What are the best striped marlin fishing charters in Mount Pleasant?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 1 striped marlin trip in Mount Pleasant: Gulfstream Fishing for Pelagics guided by Bob.

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What types of striped marlin fishing charters are common in Mount Pleasant?

Deep Sea fishing is the most popular for striped marlin in Mount Pleasant.

The most common fishing techniques in Mount Pleasant are artificial lure fishing, bottom fishing, and deep dropping but heavy tackle fishing and trolling are popular as well.

How much do Mount Pleasant striped marlin fishing charters cost?

for striped marlin in Mount Pleasant prices can range anywhere from about $1,840 to $2,160, but the average price for a full day trip for striped marlin in Mount Pleasant is $2,000.

What month is best for striped marlin fishing in Mount Pleasant?

The most popular season for striped marlin fishing in Mount Pleasant is fall, and most anglers book their trips 50 days in advance.

Do I need a Mount Pleasant fishing license for striped marlin and what are the bag limits for striped marlin in Mount Pleasant?

You’re in luck! Our fishing tours in Mount Pleasant don’t require you to purchase a fishing license – your group is covered by your boat’s captain. See here for more information on bag limits and fishing season regulations in Mount Pleasant.

What is striped marlin fishing in Mount Pleasant all about?

In Mount Pleasant, encountering striped marlin offers anglers an exhilarating addition to the local fishing scene. Striped marlin, known for their impressive size and acrobatic displays, are highly sought-after game fish in offshore waters. These majestic predators inhabit the open ocean, often found in areas with abundant baitfish and favorable water temperatures. Anglers targeting striped marlin in Mount Pleasant can expect an exciting and challenging fishing experience, as these fish are known for their powerful runs and aerial leaps once hooked.

Anglers in Mount Pleasant employ various techniques to target striped marlin, drawing upon their understanding of the species' behavior and preferred habitats. One common method is trolling with artificial lures or rigged baits. Anglers troll near offshore banks, ridges, and drop-offs, presenting their baits at varying depths and speeds to entice strikes from striped marlin. This method allows anglers to cover a larger area of water and increase their chances of encountering these elusive predators.

Furthermore, live bait fishing is another effective technique for targeting striped marlin in Mount Pleasant. Anglers use live baitfish such as mackerel, bonito, or squid rigged on heavy tackle and deployed near the surface or at mid-depths. By presenting live bait in areas where striped marlin are known to feed, anglers can attract strikes from these powerful fish. Patience and persistence are key when targeting striped marlin, as these fish can be elusive and may require skilled angling to successfully hook and land. Understanding the behavior and habitat preferences of striped marlin is essential for a successful fishing trip in the offshore waters off the coast of Mount Pleasant, where these prized fish roam the open ocean.

What are the most popular months to fish for striped marlin fishing in Mount Pleasant?

In Mount Pleasant, the seasons for targeting striped marlin are influenced by various environmental factors, including water temperature, ocean currents, and prey availability. Generally, the prime season for striped marlin fishing extends from late spring through early fall. During this time, warmer water temperatures stimulate increased activity among striped marlin, prompting them to migrate closer to shore and inhabit offshore waters where they can be targeted by anglers.

Spring marks the beginning of the striped marlin season in Mount Pleasant, as water temperatures gradually rise and marine life becomes more abundant. Striped marlin become more active during this time, venturing into shallower waters in search of prey such as small fish, squid, and crustaceans. As summer progresses and water temperatures peak, striped marlin fishing tends to peak as well, with anglers encountering larger concentrations of these majestic predators feeding voraciously on abundant prey.

In the fall, striped marlin fishing in Mount Pleasant may continue to be productive, although their abundance may start to taper off as water temperatures begin to cool. However, dedicated anglers can still find opportunities to target striped marlin, particularly in areas with relatively warmer water temperatures or where concentrations of baitfish or other prey remain high. Understanding the seasonal patterns and behaviors of striped marlin can help anglers maximize their chances of success when fishing in the offshore waters off the coast of Mount Pleasant throughout the year.

What techniques are popular for catching striped marlin in Mount Pleasant?

In Mount Pleasant, anglers employ a variety of techniques to target striped marlin, utilizing their knowledge of the species' behavior and habitat preferences. One effective method is trolling with artificial lures or rigged baits. Anglers troll near offshore banks, ridges, and drop-offs, presenting their baits at varying depths and speeds to entice strikes from striped marlin. This method allows anglers to cover a larger area of water and increases their chances of encountering these elusive predators.

Another successful technique for striped marlin fishing in Mount Pleasant is live bait fishing. Anglers use live baitfish such as mackerel, bonito, or squid rigged on heavy tackle and deployed near the surface or at mid-depths. By presenting live bait in areas where striped marlin are known to feed, anglers can attract strikes from these powerful fish. Patience and persistence are key when targeting striped marlin, as they can be elusive and may require skilled angling to successfully hook and land.

Furthermore, when targeting striped marlin in Mount Pleasant, it's essential to employ proper hook setting and fighting techniques. Anglers should be prepared for the swift and powerful runs of striped marlin once hooked, as they are known for their acrobatic displays and stamina. Using appropriate tackle and gear to handle these formidable fish is crucial to ensure a successful catch and release. Understanding the nuances of striped marlin fishing techniques can greatly enhance the angling experience in the offshore waters off the coast of Mount Pleasant, providing anglers with thrilling battles and memorable encounters with these majestic predators.

What techniques are popular for catching striped marlin in Mount Pleasant?

Aside from targeting striped marlin, Mount Pleasant offers anglers a diverse range of species to pursue, ensuring an exciting and varied fishing experience. One notable catch is the sailfish, renowned for its impressive size and acrobatic displays. Sailfish are commonly found in offshore waters near underwater structures such as reefs, ledges, and weed lines, where they prey on small fish and squid. Anglers targeting sailfish often employ trolling techniques, presenting artificial lures or rigged baits at varying depths and speeds to entice strikes. Sailfish provide anglers with thrilling battles and are highly prized for their sportfishing value.

Another sought-after species in Mount Pleasant is the mahi-mahi, also known as dorado or dolphinfish. These colorful and fast-swimming fish are often found near floating debris, weed lines, and temperature breaks in offshore waters. Anglers targeting mahi-mahi typically employ trolling techniques, presenting lures or rigged baits at different depths and speeds to attract strikes. Mahi-mahi offer anglers exciting battles and are prized for their delicious flesh, making them a popular target among recreational fishermen.

Furthermore, Mount Pleasant offers excellent opportunities for anglers to target yellowfin tuna, a powerful and highly prized game fish. Yellowfin tuna are commonly found in offshore waters near underwater structures and current edges, where they feed on baitfish and squid. Anglers targeting yellowfin tuna often use trolling techniques, presenting artificial lures or rigged baits at varying depths and speeds to entice strikes. Yellowfin tuna provide anglers with thrilling battles and are highly esteemed for their firm texture and rich flavor, making them a sought-after catch among both recreational and commercial fishermen.

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