CharlestonFishing.com Report

Fishing this past week was pretty tough as winter reared its head with a really strong cold front pushing through the area.  There were some reports of redfish and a few trout reports.  The cold weather looks like it is going to hang with us through the weekend before we warm up next week.  The […]


Inshore Report 1.28.16

The Redfish are schooled up and have been biting hard on these afternoon low tides. The sun has been warming up the flats as the tide goes out and when it starts to come back in they are eager to get back into that slightly warmer water. Stop in the one of our 3 Charleston […]


2016 Fly Fishing Film Tour Scheduled in Charleston

  Charleston, SC- The 2016 F3T will arrive in Charleston on Saturday, March 12th, with one show at 7:00 PM, Charleston Music Hall.  Tickets may be purchased now at The Charleston Angler West Ashley, Mt. Pleasant and City Market locations for a discounted rate of $14. For more information, call 843-571-3899 or email contact@thecharlestonangler.com and […]


Update on Charleston Waterkeeper program

In addition to our ongoing programs, Charleston Waterkeeper is also working on a number of local issues that impact your right to clean, healthy waterways. Here’s a quick update on several we’ll be working on this year: Threatened Tidal Creeks – Tidal creeks are the primary link between land and water and are also the first line […]


New Gear Report for 2016- Henry’s Show

Do you ever wonder where The Charleston Angler shops for the gear that we stock in our stores? Well… the answer is a variety of places. But, there a few events each year that provide our buying team the opportunity to see the newest, greatest and best products on the market before they come out in stores so that […]


An Angler’s New Year’s Resolution: A Year Long Odyssey On The Fly

  Historically, I have always considered myself to be a fly fisherman. There is no other activity in my life that has brought me closer to both people and to the natural world than the sport of fly fishing. In this endless pursuit I have bonded with many people I might have never otherwise crossed […]


Offshore Report 12.26.15

It was the day after Christmas and the Mahi God’s blessed us with a late season present. We left at 5am and headed out to about 180-220 feet of water. It was very foggy in the morning on the way out but as we got about 20 miles offshore the fog broke on a beautiful […]


Offshore report 12.19.15

The marine report was calling for basically no waves and perfect weather so we left the landing at 5:30 am and were in ‘Hooville by 7:05. Lines were tight by 7:15 and the first Wahoo was in the boat by 7:45. The bite was a little slow but nonetheless it was a great day on […]

Fishing with the Peraltas

I was blessed to be able to spend a day with Capt. Greg Peralta and his brother David a few weeks ago, and boy was I in for a treat. When I stepped on the boat I knew that Greg had fished professionally on the IFA Circuit with his son Elliot, and also for King […]


Red Snapper Management Legislation

Alabama Sen. Shelby Takes Action to Address Gulf Red Snapper Fishery Mismanagement Federal funding bill includes several provisions to benefit recreational fishing “The sportfishing industry, particularly in the Gulf of Mexico region, is grateful to Sen. Shelby for his leadership in addressing several key flaws in current Gulf red snapper management”, said Scott Gudes, vice […]