Fall 2014

Fall fishing is almost over with winter not far off. The holiday season is almost upon us and the fishing is going to be changing as well. This fall was good for fishing inshore. There was plenty of bait in the creeks and plenty of fish eating them. We had some really good trips for Continue Reading »

Summer 2014

The summer of 2014 has come and gone. This summer, the fishing was pretty good but the trout bite was not what it has been in the past. We had more shark fishing charters booked this year so the trout were not targeted as much. The Sheepshead fishing was consistent all summer and should be Continue Reading »

Spring 2014

The waters around Kiawah Island are starting to warm and the fishing will be more productive as the waters continue to warm from a very cold winter season. We are catching sheepshead around docks and pilings whenever we target them and that pattern will continue all year inshore. The warmer the waters get, the more Continue Reading »

Winter 2014

We have fished every month this winter in a variety of conditions both inshore and ┬áthe nearshore reefs. We have had many trips with few fish caught but we have been able to land something each time out. The cold water temps have made for some tough fishing. Many times we have seen fish but Continue Reading »

Fall Fishing 2012

The fall bite is in full swing. The water temps are starting to cool and we are catching some really nice fish lately. There are still some sharks but they will be departing soon, The large redfish have been on the reefs as well as weakfish, black sea bass, black drum and flounder. Inshore, the Continue Reading »

Summer 2012 – Kiawah

Fishing has been good all summer. The trout populations seemed to have returned this year. We had a mild winter after suffering from several very cold winter months in years past and killed off a lot of our trout. We have caught more trout this summer than all of last year and the fall fishing Continue Reading »

Spring Fishing 2012

Thanks to a mild winter, the spring fishing has been great. The inshore sharks are here early and are being caught on live shrimp, crab or cut baits. The trout fishing has been better this year already due to the mild winter water temps. Redfish are being caught using a varity of baits and the Continue Reading »

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Early Winter Inshore

We have been seeing lots of fish on the docks as the waters clear from the colder temperatures. They have been picky on eating though. Fiddler crabs are usually the bait of choice for sheepshead. Some docks, they eat the fiddlers. Other docks, live shrimp worked and in some areas, fresh oysters were all they Continue Reading »

Winter Reef Fishing

We have made several trips out to the reef this winter with good results each time. There are some big redfish, lots of black sea bass, sheepshead, weakfish, and other bottom dwellers. The spiny dogfish sharks are already starting to show as well. We have been using fiddlers, shrimp, minnows and gulp baits for fishing. Continue Reading »

Sept. Fishing

The Redfish bite has been real good lately. We are catching them on live shirmp at the jetties, on docks and in the creeks. We are starting to catch some decent trout as well. The Sheepshead bite has not been great so far this month. The fish are nice sized but just not many of Continue Reading »