Fishing Reports

  • Big Bull Redfish are Biting in Charleston Harbor

    Lots of Big Redfish are Biting now as they gather in large schools before they migrate offshore for the winter. Some of theses fish are over 40 pounds! Book now before the fall bite is over!

  • Big Bull Redfish are Here! 4/19/18

    This week we were catching some real nice bull redfish at the Charleston Jetttys. Some were over 30 pounds! My favorite bait, “Menhadden” have arrived and all the fish will be following them! Come experience this spring action and book your trip today!

  • Wahoo and Blackfin Tuna Bite Heating Up!

    4/7/18 The wahoo and tuna are biting well in the gulf stream. My last trip this week we had two wahoo’s over 50 pounds! ¬†Book now for the best Gulf stream fishing of the year April through June.

  • Nearshore Wreck and Reef Fishing on fire!

    3/15/18 The nearshore artificial reefs are on fire right now teaming with Sheepshead, Red Drum, Black Drum, Black sea bass, and lots of snapper and grouper. The last two reef trips we caught over 50 Sheepshead and many other species! The great fishing should continue as the spring brings warmer temperatures to Charleston waters. Book…

  • Winter Fishing January-March

    The best option for fishing in the winter off Charleston is nearshore wreck and artificial reef fishing for Sheepshead and Black Sea Bass. Both species are lots of fun to catch and even better on the table!

  • Gulfstream Fishing Season is Here!

    Spring is here! As the spring temperature heats up, so does the deep sea fishing! Boats are already catching lots of Blackfin Tuna and Wahoo. Dolphin will be right behind them! Book early, my best days are going fast! Wahoo and Dolphin caught on Hoyz Boyz

  • Sheepshead Fishing Hot on the Artificial Reefs

    Sheepshead fishing has been on fire at the local artificial reefs with fish up to 10 pounds! We have also been catching lots of Black Sea Bass and Black Drum. March and April are always prime months for nearshore fishing. Large schools of sheepshead gather on the reefs to spawn. They readily eat fiddler crabs…

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