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Hilton Head Shark Fishing

Hilton Head Shark Fishing Here in Hilton Head, South Carolina we have one of the best shark fisheries that you will find anywhere on the Eastern US coast. With 17 different species of sharks moving into our waters during the summer months and an abundance of baitfish for them to feed on you can bet […]

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Boat Ramp Courtesy

Boat Ramp Courtesy It is really nice that most navigable waterways through out the United States can be accessed via public boat ramps that are generally free of cost or cost very little to utilize. On the other hand, getting on and off of these boat ramps can be rather frustrating sometimes simply due to […]

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Fishing Etiquette for Inshore and Saltwater Flats

Inshore Fishing Etiquette We have seen a huge increase in the number of inshore fishing boats on our waters over the past several years which in turn breeds competition for resources and problems between anglers. Ultimately, fishing is supposed to be FUN! But unfortunately due to a few knuckleheads I find the need to once […]

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Navigational Know-How

Navigational Know-How By Captain Charlie Beadon Many of the Low Countries greatest aspects can be seen only by boat and with thousands of islands, marsh land, oyster bars, sand bars, mud flats and huge tide swings knowing how to navigate these waters may seem overwhelming. On the other hand, if you learn to properly use […]

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Bull Redfishing in Hilton Head, SC

Bull Redfish By Capt. Charlie Beadon When we talk about bull redfish we are referring to the largest of redfish, a true trophy fish for any angler. These fish are not only sought after for their great size but also for their power as a great fighting bottom fish. This is the last large fish […]

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Saltwater Quick Cast

Saltwater Quick Cast By Captain Charlie Beadon Saltwater Quick Cast: One of the greatest tools that you can utilize in saltwater sight fishing and flats fishing is the quick cast. As the name implies this is a cast that we use to deliver the fly to fish as quickly as possible before they either see […]

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Tailing Redfish in Hilton Head, SC

Tailing Redfish By Capt. Charlie Beadon Fishing for tailing redfish has got to be one of the most exciting ways to catch fish in the Lowcountry; possibly in all of shallow water fishing. This type of fishing combines all fishing skills plus it is very similar to hunting in the way that you stalk the […]

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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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Fly Tying Basics

Fly Room Basics By Capt. Charlie Beadon One of the most relaxing ways to spend the day (other than fishing) is preparing to go fishing, and there is no better way to do this than tying flies. We’re going to focus primarily on tying bass and saltwater flies. These flies are a lot of fun […]

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Casting a Spinning Rod

Casting a Spinning Rod By Capt. Charlie Beadon There are many ways to catch fish, but in almost all cases being able to use a spinning rod and cast accurately will greatly increase your chances of hooking up. Weather you’re blind casting around structure, pitching live bait, or placing bait on the nose of a […]

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