Fall fishing has arrived! 

The last 2 months have produced some great catches. This is the time of year we look forward to after a long hot summer. As the water temps continues to drop, fish of all species have been hungry inshore and nearshore. Reds, trout, flounder, and sheepshead have been our targets.  Bull reds will remain around inlets and sand bars before they’re annual migration offshore sometime in November.  False Albies and Bull reds will concentrate over reefs and live bottom from 30-60ft.  Flats fishing will only get better into November. Sightfishing clear water reds will be our focus into this winter.

Cooper River FlounderCharleston Harbor TroutCharleston Harbor SheepsheadRedfish/Trout Dinner!IMG_8243

Tucker Blythe

About Tucker Blythe

Captain Tucker Blythe was born and raised in Charlotte, NC. His love of fishing began at an early age learning how to fool mountain trout with a fly rod. As a teenager he began fishing the North Carolina and South Carolina coastline and found a new passion. The Salt.

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