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|Posted on April 27, 2014 at 5:58 PM||comments (1153)|
We left the dock at 4:30am, first trip offshore this year. It was a little choppy but we found plenty of action. We started out at the Edisto Banks and caught a dolphin right off the rip. A few minutes later we had four lines go off at once only to catch four Bonitas. No bite for the next thirty minutes so we decided to head deep looking for warmer water and found it. We picked up a couple Dolphin from 300-700ft and low and behold Mr. Blue Marlin showed up. After fighting the fish for close to 2 hours we got him to the boat with a good release. we ended the day with 10 Dolphin, 6 Bonitas, 1 Amberjack, and ! Blue Marlin! It was a little choppy but we had a great trip. What a way to start the season!
|Posted on April 18, 2014 at 2:10 PM||comments (345)|
Nearshore Reefs Report
Fishing has been great so far this month. This week has been blown out but the first couple of weeks we did great on the reefs catching huge Redfish, Sea Bass, Weakfish, Blue Fish and False Albacore Tuna. The Cobia should be showing up here pretty soon along with some Spanish Mackeral.
As of a week ago the Dolphin started showing up (Deep) and should be quite abundant within the next couple of weeks. The Blackfin Tuna and Wahoo are hanging right around the ledge and are there for the taking.
Dates are filling up quick so don't hesitate to book your trip for May and June.
IT'S ABOUT TO BE PRIME TIME!!!
Thanks for checking out the website!
Captain Mike Yount
|Posted on February 25, 2014 at 3:13 PM||comments (300)|
The 2014 fishing season will be firing up soon. Of course the bottom fishing is great right now and is all year round and the trolling will speed up the second week in April. Charter dates are starting to fill in so don't hesitate to call and book your desired date. Whether its inshore or offshore we'll put you on some fish!
Captain Mike Yount