Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Lowcountry Saltwater Fishing Report - 10/28/2014

Fishing Report for the Coastal Lowcountry of South Carolina:
Capt. Jack Bracewell (left) with an October king mackerel
Inshore Report: Scott Hammond at Haddrell's Point West shares that while It has been said many times before, if you can’t find something to do outdoors in the lowcountry this time of year you need to wake up! A stellar inshore bite is going on with fantastic reports of Sheepshead around the bridges using fiddler crabs, an awesome flounder bite around our inlets and rock piles using live minnows or a Zman PaddlerZ, and the bull reds are still crushing cut baits and live baits around the jetties! Further up the rivers we are seeing a solid trout bite on artificial shrimp fished under a popping float, and good numbers of schooling redfish can be found on the shallow low tide flats that will willingly take a chunk of finger mullet or a Gulp! Bait. For all the latest seminar information visit the Internet at Haddrell's Point.

Offshore Report: Flat calm seas and some stellar fishing has led many boats back out on the big pond recently. Closer to shore, Jack Bracewell of Eren’s Addiction Too fishing team reports an awesome king bite in 50 to 70-feet of water live baiting over good live bottom, and even came back with a monster cobia in addition to great numbers of BIG kings. Further out, numerous boats did some high-speed trolling along the ledge this past weekend producing some solid wahoo action with fish in excess of 70-pounds being brought to the scales. Bottom fishing continues to be strong during fall months, with great reports of vermillions and triggers coming in from 75 to 90-feet and some nice grouper coming in from 100 to 140-feet of water.

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