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Summer Fishing Report for Hilton Head

Summer Fishing Report 2016 Summer fishing around Hilton Head, SC can be exceptionally good especially if you are looking for fast action! One of the reasons that summer fishing can be so good is because of the diversity of smaller baitfish that grow up within our fertile inshore estuary. Some of these baits would include […]

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Shark Fishing – Hilton Head Island

Shark Fishing in Shallow Waters  By Capt. Charlie Beadon On the shallow water flats we often overlook one of the hardest fighting and most explosive fish…sharks. These guys may not be good for eating, but they provide great action on light tackle often making long runs and hard head shakes. The best part is that sharks […]

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Spring Fishing in Hilton Head, South Carolina

Spring Fishing Report 2016 Here in South Carolina we do see four distinct seasons and as we transition from one to the next the fishing patterns change and this is especially true from winter to spring. As we start to see out first warming trends of the year things will change dramatically on the inshore […]

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Winter Redfishing in Hilton Head, SC

  Winter Redfishing Captain Charlie Beadon During the winter months most fishing activity slows down due to cold water temperature. Fish are cold blooded animals meaning that they can not regulate their body temperature, and will take on the same temperature as the surrounding water. As the water becomes colder, a fish’s metabolism slows down […]

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January Fishing Report for Hilton Head Island

Of all of the changes that we are seeing with the oncoming winter fishing, the one thing that will make the greatest difference in our efforts is the water clarity. Over most of the year we are basically guessing as to whether or not we are casting to fish or lifeless shoreline but throughout the […]

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December Fishing Report for Hilton Head, SC

As fisherman one of our greatest challenges is to read conditions out on the water on a daily and sometimes seasonal basis then make changes in the way that we fish in order to figure out how fish are migrating and feeding. Experience is one of the our greatest allies in this endeavor as it […]

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Hilton Head Fishing Report November 2015

With crisp cool air coming in from the north and shorter daylight hours our water temperature is dropping fast and this transition into fall conditions will make for some of the most drastic changes of the year. Many of our summer fish will be migrating south or offshore while others will stay in the estuary […]

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October 2015 Fishing Report for Hilton Head

I am often asked “when is the best time of the year to fish around Hilton Head” and I usually respond with “October through December”. Not only is the fishing and shrimping great but the weather is spectacular! Hot summer days give way to crisp cool conditions that make being out on the water just […]

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Hilton Head Fishing Report for September 2015

Wow! The summer season is passing quick but we still have plenty of great fishing ahead of us. Getting into September we should start to see some mild cold fronts coming from the north and in combination with shorter days the water temperatures will start to cool down and fishing patterns will begin to change […]

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Hilton Head Fishing Report for August 2015

Overall the summer fishing action has been red hot this year and should only continue to stay good as we move into August. On the inshore waters we will still be catching good numbers of redfish, flounder and speckled trout but also look to see large schools of bluefish, spanish mackerel ladyfish and jacks pushing […]

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