You bet we are! Charleston is known for mild winters however this year may be the exception to the rule. More than a few chilly days have greeted us at the landing and we have already had more than our share of ice and frost. We are just a hair past the first week in February I am consoled by the fact that the weather will begin to warm very soon and the bulk of our cold days are behind us. Having said that the fishing has remained good and plenty of anglers are enjoying great days on the water. Redfish continue to eat and I have been concentrating my efforts on locating schools of them from Kiawah to Sullivans Island. Trout are still being caught but with water temps today at 47 degrees they are a bit sluggish and not as likely to eat aggressively again until the water warms back up to 50 degrees. Sheepshead are being caught along the inshore reefs, jetties and inshore pilings lately. Look for those fish to make a stronger showing soon. There are plenty of reasons to head out on the water and even more to book a trip now for later this year. With Spring break and Easter coming up many of the prime dates could be gone if you wait until the last minute. While you are thinking of that look at these pics of some fish we boated on recent charters. These folks are glad they came and I was happy to have them. As you can see I even had the chance to cast my line.

Lets go fishing!

Captain Kevin Blair