Winter REDS & SPECS

Feels like Spring.

The highs were in the 80’s last week!!

Throwing artificial lures was the way to go!
Always nice to see Speckled Trout trout feeding consistently . I’m looking forward to some more weather like this.

Thanks,
Cape. Legare Leland


Winter RedFish in Charleston SC

Don’t forget to pack some smaller flies. We were throwing all the go to flies and nothing seemed to work. The Redfish were rolling on their sides and seemed happy, so I was stumped. I thought maybe something smaller might do the trick.
Way to go Mark! Always a pleasure spending the day with you!!

Thanks,
Capt. Legare Leland

Charleston Red Fish

Legare,
Saturday was the Best! Thank you very much for making Maclean’s first saltwater fishing trip a memory of a lifetime for both of us. He has been non-stop about when we can go again. I’m am working on October 19th or 20th. Can you pencil us in and we can confirm the exact day as we get closer ? Thanks again for your patience and excellent guiding!
Stutts

Charleston Red Fishing And Sea Trout

The redfish have been very active this spring.  We are primarily bait fishing, using shrimp, mud minnows, menhaden, and finger mullet.  The reds seem to still be a little spooky at low water, and difficult to catch on artificial.  The trout, however, are feeding aggressively on artificial shrimp, and top water action.  When fishing with the younger anglers, the trout don’t seem to mind a mud minnow.

3 on!!!

Fall Fishing in Charleston

Dizzying redfish action characterizes fall fishing in Charleston. The reds attacked our baits until the live wells were empty and my hands were bleeding from re-rigging lines. There was way too much chaos to count the number of fish we landed on this charter but that’s a good thing in this context.

HOT Fishing Charter

High heat, above average water temperatures and abundant bait for redfish make fishing in Charleston waters challenging during summer months.

Late July Fishing Trip with Brett

High heat, above average water temperatures and abundant bait for redfish make fishing in Charleston waters challenging during summer months. Fortunately, Brett was willing to leave the docks at Shem Creek at daybreak before the heat kicked in. The early start helped make Brett’s introduction to fishing in Charleston a success.