Charter fishing in Charleston and Folly Beach has been good as some cooler weather has seen water temps drop by 5 degrees. We fished just off the beach recently and there were large schools of Mackerel and False Albacore mixed in with some big tackle busting Jack Crevalle. This is no surprise to me as September is typically a great month to go fishing. Big Bull Redfish are piling into the inlets and Jetties, False Albacore and Spanish Mackerel are chasing baits a mile off the beach, big sharks are lurking around the sandbars. Just inshore Flounder, Black Drum, Speckled Trout and keeper Redfish are feeding in our tidal rivers and creeks on live shrimp, mud minnows and all our favorite artificials by Z-Man. Bait is abundant so a few quick throws of the cast net and we have full live wells. There is a feeding frenzy that begins in September and continues through the end of the year. Shorter days and the sudden influx of bait signals to every fish that it’s time to eat as much as they can before the water cools down. Let’s get you out there to enjoy it with us! Call, text or book online. See you on deck!
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