Best fishing still to come

It seems as if many folks think spring and summer are the best fishing seasons, and in many areas of the country they are correct.  However, here in Charleston fishing starts to really improve the closer we get to the fall.  Our weather shifts from steamy southwest winds in July to more cooler storms, variable winds and clouds in August.  The past week has been solid redfishing in the grass on fly as well as other tides on bait.  We are so glad the holiday week is over and the fishing and boating crowds will begin to dwindle as summer wanes to a close.  Redfish begin to get more organized and feed a little more visibly, the finger mullet become the right size for bait, shrimp are growing more sizable and numerous, and the tarpon are at their prime in August and September typically.  Book your charleston inshore fishing charter for the months ahead today!  The cooler it gets the hotter the fishing!

Capt Hunter

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