Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Lowcountry Saltwater Fishing Report - 10/27/2015

Fishing Report for the Coastal Lowcountry of South Carolina:
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Inshore Report: Scott Hammond from Haddrell's Point West shares that late October can offer SCARY good fishing! Trout anglers should dress up their hooks with a Zman Slim SwimZ in order to get a treat. And don't forget Trout Tricks for specks too - between the two artificial baits its like playing Truth or Dare with the trout. Sheepshead are racing around rock piles and bridge pilings like the headless horseman looking for fiddlers to eat - and don't forget the 'Capture The Convict' sheep tourney that is going on now. Redfish are feeding aggressively before winter, making this a great time for longrodders to present a fly in the march grass, before tailing season winds down. The ghoulishly flat flounder are trying to slip by inshore anglers on their trek to artificial reefs for winter, so don't forget to drag a mud minnow, or maybe tip a bucktail with a candy corn so there is no need to Guess Who's Coming To Dinner! For the latest seminar information visit the Internet at Haddrell's Point.

Offshore Report: Scott states that bouncing some bait at bottom numbers this time of year is a must! Huge triggers, b-liners and sea bass are turning up in 75 to 130-feet of water and cut squid and vertical jigs are doing the best job. One catch of note was an 11-pound trigger weighed in by Prowess last weekend - now that's some good eating! High speed trolling along the ledge is still producing wahoo, and a few surprise tuna as well. Sailfish top off the Halloween weekend offshore selection.

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