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Hilton Head Fishing Report for March 2015

Water temperature is one of the key factors that determines the movements of fish and this is true for the smallest of bait fish all the way up to our apex predators. Overall, I would classify many fish as being either tropical or cold water fish. A good example of a tropical fish would be […]

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Hilton Head Fishing Report – February

Hilton Head Fishing Report Cooler temperatures and clear water generally keep most of our inshore redfish in skinny water and given the right conditions the offshore wrecks will be loaded up for some super fast action. The key to fishing this time of the year is to look for calm clear days to sight fish the […]

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January Fishing Report for Hilton Head, SC

I always find that January is one of my favorite times of the year to fish, especially when it comes to shallow water sight fishing. With cooler water temperatures we will see a dramatic increase in water clarity as most of the algae and plankton dies off. This crystal clear water will allow us to […]

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December Fishing Report for Hilton Head, SC

As winter approaches we will see far fewer pleasure and fishing boats out on the water but for us die hard fisherman the quest continues. As far as I’m concerned I look forward to the late fall and winter fishing all year long but the key is to pick your days and look for the […]

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Hilton Head Summer Fishing Report

The fishing has been heating up around Hilton Head Island over the past few weeks! We have been catching a number of redfish, specks and flounder along with some nice ladyfish and bluefish on light tackle around the grass edges and oyster bars back in the estuary. Moreover, the redfish have been tailing up on […]

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Winter Fishing in the Keys

I have changed gears this year and decided to fish the winter season down in the Florida Keys. I do miss fishing up in Hilton Head but things down here have not been too bad! The fishing back in the everglades have been very good with allot of snook and redfish but most of my […]

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July Fishing Action – Nearshore

Nearshore and Wreck Fishing: As the cobia migrate out the rivers and sounds tarpon will be migrating in to take their place. These fish average over 100 pounds and put up a spectacular fight. Also known as the silver king, tarpon are most well known for their aerial acrobatics when hooked. Along with tarpon we […]

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July Inshore Fishing Report

Hilton Head Fishing Report One of the most common questions that I get throughout the year is “are we going to be fishing in saltwater?”. My answer is always “Yes but more specifically we are fishing in a Saltwater Tidal Estuary”. Moreover, the Beaufort and Hilton Head areas are unique in the way that our […]

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Fishing Report for Hilton Head, SC

Nearshore and Wreck Fishing: The best action around our nearshore waters right now is cobia and shark fishing. These fish generally frequent the same areas so it is not uncommon to have a shark hooked up on one line while fighting a 40 pound cobia on the other. These fish are large and in charge […]

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June Inshore Fishing Report

Inshore Fishing Report for Hilton Head, SC: As we get deeper into the spring fishing season we will see an abundance of life all around us while out on the water. You might notice that the water clarity has gone from gin clear to “dirty” green-brown…this, in fact is not dirt or mud but rather […]

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