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DNR to issue 365 day licenses beginning Jan. 1, 2015

The S.C. Department of Natural Resources will begin issuing annual and three year recreational licenses that expire on the anniversary date of issue beginning Jan. 1, 2015. This is commonly referred to as a 365 day license. The following licenses and permits will expire on the anniversary of the date of issue: Freshwater Fishing License […]

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First Striper of the Winter

Caught my first Striper of the winter. Small but fun. Z-Man MinnowZ Bad Shad got me the super slam. Redfish, Trout, Flounder and Striper were hungry. -Capt. Greg Peralta

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Fishing Report – Dec. 14, 2014

Recently, the weather has been nearly perfect. Cool mornings, warm afternoons and calm winds are ideal conditions for fishing.  Unfortunately, great weather does not always equate to great fishing.  This was painfully obvious when I was fishing with Julian Levin and Avner (a friend visiting from out of town).  Things started out well, as I […]

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Overall Winners – “By the Numbers” Spot Tail Tournament 2014

The time has come where we crown a winner of the 6th Annual Charleston Angler “By the Numbers” Spot Tail Tournament! First we’d like to thank everyone who helped make this tournament a success once again, especially Bessingers BBQ for the great food on the night of the Capts. meeting. Whether you fished the tournament […]

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Late Fall/Early Winter Report

November has been nothing short of it’s usual reputation for being one of the best months to fish around Charleston. Specks, reds, and sheepshead inshore have all been very cooperative. Nearshore  the bull reds and false albacore have made a great showing. Sight fishing on the flats has really begun to heat up. Clear water […]

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Fishing Report Dec. 2014

While traditionally this season conjures up thoughts of the holidays, don’t write off fishing until the Spring. One of our fisheries’ greatest phenomenon is taking place as the temperature drops. Redfish are building into huge schools sometimes numbering in the hundreds. Casting into a pod of redfish so big it looks like a dark cloud […]

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Week 4 Winner “By the Numbers” 2014

The 4th week of the 2014 Charleston Angler “By the Numbers” Spot Tail Tournament is in the books! We had some more great youth and adult entries! For week 4, the winner goes to Shane Flannigan with his 8 spot redfish. Shane was also our week 2 winner. This week he wins a pair of […]

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First Charleston Redfish

Stoked I was able to get my dad on his first redfish this weekend. Thanks Charleston Angler for the gear! -Nate Smith  

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Women that Flyfish – Jan 10th

In case you missed the first few Ladies Fly Classes, we’ll be having another one on Sat, Jan 10th at our West Ashley shop. The class will be taught by Caroline Smith Irwin and will cover everything from knot rigging and setups, to fly rod casting and “what to look for” on the water. See […]