Fish Report

March 2016

March proved to be one of the best and most frustrating times to fish in Charleston. You can easily spot the “spot-tail”, it was a different story getting the Red Drum on the other end of the rod. We had most of our success with the slotted drum using a mixture of mud minnows and…

May 2017 Fish Report

The water temperature has warmed significantly, which leads to a great flounder and trout bite. The Red Fish and Black Drum have also been migrating toward their summer hangouts: under and around docks. The best results for flounder have been mudminnows below a popping cork, and leader (that matches the depth of the water) with…

June 29, 2015

Speckled sea trout were running with a following tide. Crushed some trout around Charleston Harbor using some cut bait on a deep rig today. Nothing major biggest fish was 22 inches smallest 13 inches. But they were fighters running the whole time while on. We did however lose one MAMOTH red fish (we believed)….

July 3rd, 2015

Captain Matt and Mike Luzon had a big fight with a school of redfish early this morning in the Charleston Harbor, which is one of the best times to fish. The fish are most actively feeding bright and early. Red Drum are often referred to as redfish, channel bass, spottail bass or reds. Red…

July 10th, 2015

Another amazing day fishing in the Charleston Harbor. Captain Matt had three guests from Ohio who had never been fishing in the ocean before. We love to provide these first time anglers with great tips on how to land huge fish. They started their trip out of the City Marina, just minutes out…

July 13th, 2015

Captain Mike was back at it again in the Charleston Harbor! Today he took out a nice family, a father and his two sons (12 and 14 years old). They cruised out in our custom 18 foot flats fishing vessel targeting speckled sea trout and redfish. When they started the tide was falling, so they…

July 20th, 2015

Captain Mike was at it again! Today the bait was plentiful at low tide, menhaden were schooling with finger mullet on the outskirts just up the Ashley River. He threw three casts of the net and caught plenty for the whole day. Picking up his guests at the City Marina, conveniently located near downtown…