Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Lowcountry Saltwater Fishing Report - 3/25/2015

Fishing Report for the Coastal Lowcountry of South Carolina:
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Inshore Report: Scott Hammond at Haddrell's Point West shares that with water temps hovering in the 60's there has not been a lot of change in the fishery as of late. Sheepshead are stirring around docks and rock piles in 8 to 15-feet of water using live fiddler crabs and live shrimp. Reds have begun to disperse out of their large winter schools into smaller packs, and can be found hanging out under docks and creek mouths as well as still on the shallow water low tide flats. Live minnows, and Gulp baits rigged on all new JNT jigheads are hard to beat for the redfish. The past week has even seen our first decent trout reports of the season, including some pushing 5-pounds, and the speck bite should only get better from now into May! For the latest seminar information visit the Internet at Haddrell's Point.

Offshore Report: Scott is screaming like a Penn reel hooked up to a smoker HOO - The Season Is Here!! Strong reports of wahoo, blackfin tuna and even some dolphin have all been coming to the dock in the past week. While the dolphin were found way out deep, like 75-miles offshore, the tuna and wahoo are available in 150 to 250-feet of water in areas known as the deli, SW banks and Edisto banks. Bottom fishing in 60 to 90-feet of water is still producing some quality black sea bass as well as plenty of b-liners, porgies and such.

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