Fishing in Charleston and Folly Beach has recovered nicely from the heavy rains we had last month. As the water continues to cool we are seeing greater numbers of Redfish move into the creeks and flats as they actively feed for the upcoming winter. We are also still targeting big Bull Redfish in the deeper channels and heavy structure around the jetties. Speckled Trout fishing has improved greatly over the past week as the bigger tides have started to moderate. We have been using a variety of baits for the Trout including live shrimp, mud minnows, z-man soft plastics and DOA shrimp. Trout like to feed in moving water so find some current and set yourself up with gear that will give you a nicer long cast. Some Trout bites can be pretty light so I tend to use light tackle so I can feel the fish pick up the lure or bait. Once he has it a a moderate sweep set is all you need to do to get that fish hooked up. Swing too hard and you can actually rip a hole through their soft mouths and pull the hook. Hope this helps you get ready for some of the best fishing of the year! Lets go!
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