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I have always found that the fish love to hang around structure. They will put themselves in an ambush position to capture bait, and they like to rest a little bit while they are doing that. Whether it’s an eddy or a ripple around some structure, there are bound to be some fish there.

Capt. Joe Benton Product Manager - West Ashley

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Favorite Charleston-Area Fishing Spots

It’s all good baby…From the Isle of Palms to Wadmalaw Sound.

Fish generally tend to try not to exert a lot of energy getting food, so they will find that current break to hang around. Sometimes that spot is a point, some structure on the bottom such as an oyster rake, or a dock.

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I tie a lot of my own flies. They tend to not be real flashy stuff during the winter, but I will use something with more color in the summertime. I will use natural light colors as we get into wintertime and the water clarity improves.

The Charleston Angler Offshore Kickoff Party

April 26, 2017

The Charleston Angler Offshore Kickoff Party

Join The Charleston Angler crew at our Mt. Pleasant location for an evening filled with offshore action co-sponsored by Shimano and Sportsman Boats. Captains Bryan Williams, Chuck Griffin and Robert Olsen will be on site to field any questions you might have regarding this exciting fishery. Need help with your offshore rigging for the upcoming spring and summer seasons? Please spend as much time with our experts at our on site rigging station. Food and beverages will be provided for attendees.

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