Save Your Saltwater Flies

Save Your Saltwater Flies Photo by Louis Cahill Have you ever put a saltwater fly back in you box while it was still wet from fishing? If you have, you know the heartache of finding a bunch of your best patterns ruined by the salt you locked in there. It’s no fun. If you’re fishing […]

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Orvis Rod Swap 2016

From May 15 through June 19, Orvis will give customers 20% off a new American-made fly rod (Helios 2, Recon, or Superfine series), in exchange for a trade-in rod that will be donated to charitable organizations that help get kids into fly fishing. The Charleston Angler is proud to be a participating dealer in this […]


Offshore Fishing Report from 4/30

Along with everyone else who has a boat in Charleston, we decided to leave out of Wapoo early on Saturday morning heading after some dorado and billfish. Water temp was between 75-81 from 180-1000 feet with some 3 degree temp breaks in pretty tight. There were scattered weed lines and a few of the clumps […]


South Carolina acts to conserve unique cobia fishery

South Carolina acts to conserve unique cobia fishery New creel limits, catch-and-release-only season established for southern part of South Carolina Columbia, S.C. – Last week, state legislators enacted conservation measures for cobia – South Carolina’s newest gamefish species – in response to the rapidly growing popularity of the fishery, which has been the subject of […]


Pippa Goes Fishing

Cool video from The Orvis Company on a mother/daughter fishing excursion.


Spring Inshore Seminar 04.26.16

We had a wonderful turnout last night for this year’s spring inshore seminar with over 40 people in total attendance. Captain Justin Carter of Team Hobie fishing and DIG Charters in Daniel Island did a fantastic job informing attendees of spring habits of Redfish, Speckled Trout and Flounder and how to catch them using live […]

Justin Carter

Reminder: Inshore Spring Fishing Seminar for 4.26.16

Join Captain Justin Carter of DIG Charters tomorrow evening (April 26th, 2016) for a discussion on spring inshore fishing tactics. He will cover everything from fish behavior and feeding habits to the tackle you will need to successfully target and catch Redfish, Trout and Flounder in the waters around Charleston. As always during our seminars […]

Caroline Irwin Fly Class

The Charleston Angler’s Ladies Fly Class

Another ladies fly casting class in the books. One angler figured out casting as a lefty felt more natural to her, another decided to put her late husband’s fly equipment to use in his memory, while everyone was excited about the experience, from the Lowcountry flats to the mountain streams. Thank you for attending our recent […]

Guides Choice

A brief guide to Eyewear

A quality pair of fishing sunglasses is an essential tool for any fisherman, and really for anyone who is outdoors or on the water when the sun is out. When hardcore fishermen are asked what is the one thing you won’t go out on the water without it is often times their sunglasses and there’s […]