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Matt and Bill

The day was supposed to be one of the most beautiful days that we have had in weeks as far as the winds go. It was very cold in the morning and they were nervous about the catch for the day. But I reassured them that today may be the day we tear em’ up. We were going on an 8 hour charter and we were looking for Redfish only. And of course, This was another charter for the “HORSESHOE”. I need what this guy has, cause he has it!!! No more to say. Can we bottle it for resale?

We started throwing popping corks down a certain bank for about an hour and we caught about 4 there. Looking at some other areas waiting for the tide to get right, we didn’t have any luck.

So as the day progressed, I looked at my watch and said we need to go to the area were I think we may be able to start targeting these fish coming out of the grass. So we ran there and started dead sticking and slow moving baits. The tide was exactly Midtide and falling. They started hooking up every single cast and landing about 2/3 for every fish they hooked!!! In the last 30 mins of the tide falling it got really slow and so did the first 30 mins of the rise. But it was like a switch went off and it was “GAME ON” again for em’. They were hooking em’ every cast.

I literally “COUNTED” every fish they boated in this 8 hour charter. They BOATED “EXACTLY 50 REDFISH!!!!!”. All of them were at the upper slot and way above! But on the down side, They hooked up with over “70”!!!!!! Matt and Bill did more than I was expecting on this trip. It was one definitely for the ages!!! Congrats guys, we only get a few of these per year and you guys definitely got one of the best of the year!! FREAKING AWESOME!!!

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Thanks for the great memories guys!!!!

Capt. Rob

Fishing Georgetown SC a great guide for success

Have you thought about learning to fish, but you weren’t sure what you needed to do to get started? This article contains great tips, techniques and advice to help the beginner fisherman get started and the seasoned fisherman improve his skills.Georgetown Island Fishing Charter

A quality rod goes a long way towards improving your fishing experience. Low quality rods break under pressure. The higher quality rods are tested better and therefore are less likely to break. In the long run, purchasing a rod which is of higher quality will save you money since it will last for many years. This this is not needed when you come fishing with our guides. (as we supply you with high quality equipment)

It is good form to release any fish you’ve caught that aren’t worth keeping. For example, small fish should be released, and catching a lot of fish means you should put some back, as well. Leaving fish in the intercostal waterway will ensure that they can mate and reproduce, restocking the fish so everyone can enjoy the hobby in and around Georgetown SC.

Inshore Fishing Georgetown SCWhen releasing a fish, in order to optimize its chances of survival, you must employ careful technique. Make sure that your hands are wet before removing your hook from the fish’s mouth. Then, put the fish back in the water quickly. If your hook is lodged too deeply into the fish, you will need to cut the line at the fish’s mouth and toss him back into the water.

A sharp knife should be kept in the tackle box. This equipment is very important and you’ll have lots of problems if you do not have it. The knife should not only be sharp, but it should also be rust-proof and of good quality.

To keep your fillet knife from getting lost, use a bobber. It is bound to happen sometime. During a long fishing excursion, there’s a good chance your fillet knife will get dropped in the water. However, you do not have to lose your knife to the murky waters if you rig it so that it floats. Cheaper knives have a flotation device installed in the handle. I would recommend having a separate good quality knife for cleaning your fish, and a cheaper one while out on the water.

When using a net for bringing in your fish, try to get him in the net head first. This will not stress the fish out as much, and it results in less damage to its fins. Use both hands to support the net; this ensures that the fish’s thrashing does not land it back into the water.

Be sure not to fish at the same spot over and over. Although you might have had a good experience in a certain area, the chance of you experiencing the same thing is less likely to happen. We take all of our Georgetown SC fishing charters to various spots throughout the waterways to ensure the schools of fish are not over fished. Many other good charter captains in our area do the same

Be alert when it comes to your surroundings. If you don’t take the time to become aware of your surroundings you may sabotage your fishing trip. Settle yourself down and be quiet when you are ready to cast. Ambient factors like temperature and wind direction and speed factor into whether you will be successful catching fish. Being attuned to these factors can help you find the best fishing spot and make for a much more successful outing.

To ensure that you have a great time when fishing, make sure that you use a rod and reel that suits the kind of fish you’d like to catch. For instance, if you want to catch a walleye, bait it with a jig or minnow. Each different fish has a different optimal bait that changes based on time, location, and other factors.

As a fisherman, you should learn the proper way to clean fish. You will need a small knife and a cutting table. Make an incision in the fish’s belly that stretches from the fish’s head to its tail. Cut and pull the head. At the same time, pull the organs in an opposite direction. This will give you a cleaned out and ready to be boned fish.

Learn different casting techniques that will have you making sure your lure land on the water without making too much noise. The sounds of your lure will scare away any fish in the area and make your cast worthless. Do not try to cast back with your whole arm, just move your wrist to get the quiet cast you want.

Know what the ideal temperature of water is for the type of fish you want to catch. Different types of fish desire different kinds of temperatures. If you desire a certain type of fish, learn the water temperature it prefers. Understand what temperatures are ideal for the fish you are going after. This enables you to catch the fish you want to catch.

Fishing is a hobby that can be learned easily. Fishing is not only relaxing, but a great thing about it is that it’s simple to do. Many people greatly appreciate the relaxing effects of a day of fishing. There is nothing like one of the fishing guides in Georgetown to take you out for a great day of fishing.

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Art and Scott

The morning was a little windier than  what was in the forecast , But what else is new. So we ran to Cape Romain and looked for some Redfish. We started looking on a flat where I have been targeting a school of Redfish. The water started muddying up pretty bad. But Scott did manage to boat his first Redfish. We left there and headed back to the waterway to a spot I felt Real confident about. Art caught and oversize Red and so did Scott and they boat got another each. We left there and went to an area I call the Wagon Wheel. We slow drifted that bank twice and picked up some Redfish here also. We used artificial bait only. Scott and Art I believe has a lot more confidence fishing with artificial’s now that they have been out a day with me. They caught on pretty fast. I had a lot of fun with these guys and hope they did too.

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Thanks again
Capt. Rob



Art just reserved another TWO fishing charters for April! Thanks for the continued support Art! What is great about him reserving his slots to go out fishing is the fact that we can make sure he gets his days as April is one of our busiest times of the year!

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