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Cast Net Basics

Cast Net Basics The six main parts that make up a cast net are the hand line, swivel, horn, brail lines, lead line and the net. The hand line is used to pull the net back to you after making a throw. Next, we have the swivel which attaches the hand line to the brail […]

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Hilton Head Fishing Report for July 2015

We have finally gotten into the summer fishing season and the fishing action has been red hot across the board. Due to warm waters and plenty of baitfish we have seen a mixed bag of fishing opportunities on both the inshore and nearshore waters. Whether you are a light tackle enthusiast looking for a quiet […]

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Hilton Head Redfish

June Fishing Report for Hilton Head, SC

We are finally into our summer fishing season! With water temperatures becoming more stable and a huge influx of baitfish the action should be outstanding with a mixed bag of various fish species and feisty sharks on both the inshore and nearshore waters. Given the hotter afternoons I would generally recommend fishing the shallow waters […]

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12 volt Boat Systems

12 Volt Doctor By Capt. Charlie Beadon One of the primary systems on all boats is its electrical system. Although often ignored this simple system runs all of your pumps, electronics, trim motors, and starters; so basically speaking no power equals no boating. Today were going to discuss how you can keep your 12 volt […]

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Fly Fishing for Cobia

Fly Fishing for Cobia By Captain Charlie Beadon Fly Fishing for Cobia: As we get deeper into spring we will have more diverse opportunities for fly fishing. Longer days will give us more time on the water and the abundance of sunlight along with overall warmer days will dramatically increase the water temperature. Cobia prefer […]

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Flat Calm Redfish Action

Hilton Head Fishing Report for May 2015

Spring is now in full swing and with the exception of a possible late cold snap we should be seeing an influx of new fishing opportunities. With water temperatures moving into the mid 70s our resident fish will surely become much more active while many migrating fish will be moving into our waters. Redfish, speckled […]

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Hilton Head Fishing Report for April

This is a great time of the year to get out on the water. With warming temperatures, lots of bait and hungry fish migrating into our local waters its time to dust off the poles and go fishing! Inshore Fishing Things are heating up on the inshore waters right now! Throughout most of the winter […]

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Hufnagel Knot

Hufnagel Knot for Fly Fishing By Captain Charlie Beadon I recently read an article in the July/Aug/Sept issue of the International Angler (the International Game Fish Associations quarterly publication) about famed south Florida fishing guide Captain Steve Huff. Captain Huff is well know for guiding anglers to multiple tarpon and permit world fly fishing records […]

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