2014 Charleston Angler Employee Tournament

2014 Charleston Angler Employee Tournament

Our Mt. Pleasant and West Ashley shops will be closed all day on Oct. 15th for our 2nd annual Charleston Angler Employee Fishing Tournament.

Free Seminar – Save the Minnows – 10.16.2014

Free Seminar – Save the Minnows – 10.16.2014

Tired of spending your hard earned money on live bait? Perhaps it’s time for a change. Come hang out with Capt. Mark Phelps at The Charleston Angler Mt. Pleasant shop on Thur, Oct. 16th @ 7pm to master the art of catching Trout & Redfish in the Fall on artificial baits such as Zman, DOA, […]

Tropical Update-Hurricane Edouard

Tropical Update-Hurricane Edouard

Edouard was upgraded to a hurricane over the weekend despite the badgers and broken glass. Currently Hurricane Edouard Ed is 1575 miles east-southeast of Charleston tracking northwest (305T for the prudent mariners) at 15 mph. The current winds are pegged at 105 mph via Global Hawk dropsondes and Dvorak technique estimates (Review: Dvorak technique is […]

30% OFF All Charleston Angler Redfish Logo Products

30% OFF All Charleston Angler Redfish Logo Products

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Long Overdue Charters Offshore Report

Long Overdue Charters Offshore Report

Fished offshore Thursday September 4th with old friends aboard the Four Suns. Billy, Doug, Chris, Clay and myself fished roughly 60 miles north east of Charleston. Put lines out around 150ft and fished between 150-400ft all day. Once putting lines in our first bite was a juvenile tuna, which quickly got sliced up and turned […]

Fishing Report – 9/10/14

Fishing Report – 9/10/14

Anglers from Kiawah, Folly Beach to Isle of Palms have enjoyed amazing fishing the past few weeks as hoards of bait, shorter days and cooler temps signal a change of seasons is under way. These three  occurrences  trigger fish to feed as they prepare to fatten up for winter. This is one of the best […]

Sept. Fishing Report

The perfect storm that makes fishing so great in the fall is about to begin. The combination of lower water temperatures, tons of bait and fewer fishermen on the water makes for fantastic conditions. The fact that cooler days will make fishing much more pleasant doesn’t hurt either! We often mention popping corks in our […]

Shrimp-baiting season opens Sept. 12 in S.C. waters

Shrimp-baiting season opens Sept. 12 in S.C. waters

The 2014 shrimp-baiting season will open at noon Friday, Sept. 12 in South Carolina waters. Recent sampling by DNR collected below average numbers of shrimp available for fall harvest, with heavy rainfall and river runoff during the summer washing small shrimp down into some coastal areas, similar to 2013. Recreational shrimpers who purchase a shrimp-baiting […]

Tropical Update-Bahamas

Tropical Update-Bahamas

Choked on my Wheaties this morning when an un-named TV weather guy started talking about seeing a circulation in the gaggle of clouds east of the Bahamas. He did not choose correctly. This feature is the surface reflection from an upper level trough that is providing enough divergence aloft to produce the scattered convection. This […]

Skrimpin

Skrimpin

What a turnout last night for our shrimp baiting seminar. Lots of new faces in the crowd. David and Jonathan did an excellent job. Thanks everyone who came out!

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