Charleston winter redfish report

2018-01-23 10:49:45
Charleston, South Carolina - Saltwater Fishing Report
Isle of Palms

The Fishing has been really good on these last few days after we slowly started to warm up around here. We have been targeting redfish on the incoming tides lately with flies and small plastics. Remember to keep your presentation slow with the cooler water temperatures and you should find success around oyster beds and exposed mud flats. The next few days should bring warmer temperatures making the fish more aggressive. Give us a call to book your Charleston Fishing charter.

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Charleston winter redfish action
Charleston winter redfish action

Michael Bales

About The Author: Captain Michael Bales

Company: HotFish Charters

Area Reporting: Charleston South Carolina

Bio: Native Floridian Capt Michael Bales has been fishing for over 25 years and full time professionally guiding for 10.I have been lucky enough to have fished and guided waters all over the world to include AK, the Rocky Mountain west, TN, NC, GA, and FL! Even a brief period as a Taimen and Trout guide while living in Europe! While not guiding in Alaska, you can find Capt Mike silently poling the waters of Mosquito Lagoon, Indian River Lagoon and the Canveral National seashore looking for Redfish or perhaps on the pristine flats of Homosassa in search of Tarpon. Having been an Alaska Professional Guide for 5 years guiding for all five species of Pacific Salmon, Steelhead, World-Class Rainbow trout and Halibut on Shelikopf straits in Cook Inlet. He has experience operating jet boats, float rafts and drift boats in remote coastal rivers of Alaska, as well as offshore boats and inshore boats in Florida.

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