This weeks charter fishing continued to produce good sized Redfish mixed in with some smaller “rat” reds. The numbers varied with total fish hooked in a typical 4 hour charter ranging from 15 to 30. We even managed to boat a few trout this week as well. The fish have kept us moving as slower tides have the schools scouring the landscape for forage. When we locate a school we have been able to keep them biting by constantly changing baits and presentation techniques. The old adage applies here, “never leave fish to go look for fish” so we have worked a school sometimes for as long as 2 hours. The result being that we pull a fish from it every 5 or 10 minutes while paying attention to how and where they move when we hook up. Then we make a small adjustment, set up on them again and get another fish on. With the winter pattern well in place now we can expect small changes in the fishing rather than big ones. Give me a call or send me an email so I can get you hooked up on some great action here in the Charleston. Before you do take a look at some of this weeks great catches!

Justin put 10 pounds of fins in the boat with this guy!

Justin put 10 pounds of fins in the boat with this guy!

William landed this stout Red on his charter

William landed this stout Red on his charter

Kevin brought this fish over the rail

Kevin brought this fish over the rail

Derrick with a nice Red

Derrick with a nice Red

Allie with her first Red

Allie with her first Red