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Charleston South Carolina Red Fishing the Oyster Bars and Flood Tide

Charleston South Carolina Red Fishing the Oyster Bars and Flood Tide


21 comments on “Charleston South Carolina Red Fishing the Oyster Bars and Flood Tide

  1. @loc10000 New season starts this Friday at 10:30am EST on Sun Sports Network . . . DirectTV channel 653

  2. @shepsaballa Regular 1/8 oz D.O.A. jighead or a Lazer Sharp Swimbait hook for weedless situations.

  3. Coming to isle of palms in a week anyone fancy taking out a Brit showing me these redfish ? Genuine request. From a fellow mad fisherman.

  4. Cpt. Blair I have a question. Do you use the seaguar leader on every rig? When you do use it how much do you put on the rig?

  5. hey i love going fishing there. I stay in Isle of Palms Wild Dunes every year and one year our charter captain cut his finger almost off, so he couldnt take us and a friend of his took us on the same kind of boat in the same spots and i caught three really nice sized redfish. Have you ever gone fishing at the breakwater rocks out in charleston captain blair? I hooked a real nice redfish that i caught and ate, a huge bass that broke the line next to our boat and a shark that bit through the line.

  6. hey blair could you tell me when the best time of year it is to go redfishing we go to this place called Horshoe Beach in Florida but all we catch is catfish,tiny shark,and pinfish please let us in on any good area to fish in like in titusville or something

  7. Derekio137, what pier and beaches do you fish? Moved here several months ago and looking for any info I can find.
    Thanks.

  8. Hey, I love all your videos. It would mean the most to me if you give my fishing Instagram page a shout out. It is fishing_in_charleston

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