Fabulous Fall Fishing
We have experienced the first great taste of fall here in the Charleston area the past week or so and what a nice change it is. The inshore redfish are responding well to the drop in temperature and starting to do their fall things, like eat flies, topwater plugs and push around in schools at lower tides with flocks of seagulls over them. These situations are great for the fly fisherman and artificial casters alike and its what we enjoy so much about the fall here. In addition to the great redfishing, the speckled trout fishing will only be getting better as it cools down even more.
And in bigger fish news, the fall mullet run is cranking up on the beaches and inlets with herds of mullet making their yearly southward migration. This attracts many predatory species like all sorts of sharks, bull redfish and my favorite the Silver King (tarpon). Whether you’re looking for a relaxing steady bite on inshore redfish and trout in the back marshes, or an exciting National Geographic type experience on the beach fishing the mullet run with dolphins, jumping spinner sharks and tarpon, Fall is absolutely the time to fish the waters around Charleston, South Carolina. While fall is a season full of great opportunities like dove/deer hunting and college football, take some time to come fish the best season in The Lowcountry.