Our Fishing charters in Charleston and Folly Beach have seen plenty of action lately as mild weather and calm conditions have settled into our area. Resident Redfish have begun to gather up in schools on and near the flats and can be seen cruising and sunning themselves at low tide. Black Drum and Sheepshead have moved into the creeks and structure on main river points and reefs.  We have been catching Redfish using soft plastic baits by Z-Man and a variety of cut or live bait including shrimp and mud minnows. Light tackle and accurate casts help present our baits more naturally to these wary fish. Black Drum and Sheepshead are foraging on cut and live shrimp which is still plentiful if you know where to net it. We have been using Carolina rigs to get these baits to where the fish are and we have been most successful at the lower end of the tide.

The Speckled Trout bite has been good wherever you can find a combination of structure and current. These fish have been taking both plastics and live shrimp very well and when you locate them they seem to be appearing in solid numbers. This time of year the Speckled Trout are often far off the bank so start fan casting 100 feet off the bank and work your way in until you get your first bite.

Deep Sea fishing charters at the nearshore reefs have been finding Black Sea Bass, Sheepshead, Black Drum and some big Bull Reds! These bruisers have been cruising the surface chasing live baits. We have been able to catch them on top water plugs, metal jigs and soft plastics. Most of these fish are well over 30 inches long and have plenty of room to run when hooked so when you get connected be ready for a long fight! I expect January to provide lots of action this year so get to my online calendar and get your spot saved. I look forward to seeing you on deck soon! Book online now or Text/call 843-696-4231 for availability.

Inshore Redfish

Black Drum Inshore