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Hilton Head Charter Fishing – Sheepies

Too many slick days had passed by and I felt restless, especially as I crossed the bridge over Skull Creek.Gazing down Calibogue Sound over the mirror calm water my mind would finish the journey around South Beach into the Atlantic where a few short miles offshore lay

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Hilton Head Charter Fishing In January Is Awesome

This gal had a blast on her Hilton Head Fishing Charter on the Bayrunner!  

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Charter Fishing Hilton Head Christmas Gift

One cannot help but think of gifts in the month of December, tis the season. In reflection for this month’s column the thought of my best gifts (received) rolled through my mind and it didn’t take long to focus in on one. Forty five years ago a

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Charter Fishing Hilton Head: Shark Attack!

After forty years of professional fishing you would think one would tire of it.   But for some reason I still can’t sleep past 5 a.m. even when I want too and I feel out of place when I’m not heading out for a day of fishing.  I

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Charter Fishing Hilton Head – Bull Reds

Just north of the Savannah shipping channel lies a pile of rocks that according to the nautical charts is a “submerged breakwater” .   Local legend has it that back in the olden days when sailing ships made their way into Savannah, this was a designated area for

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Hilton Head Charter Fishing -Big Spanish Mackeral

“I’ll be on Hilton Head next week and would like to charter you to do a little fishing”, said Doyle Evans in his thick Oklahoma drawl.  Doyle and I had become friends years before, but had never pulled off a fishing trip together.  “How ’bout some fast

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Hilton Head Charter Fishing For Big Red Fishing

It’s been a great week for charter fishing on big redfish, the fish have been plentiful. We have caught a lot of slots (15-23 inches) also. The reds have been hitting a variety of baits, mud minnows, cut mullet and shrimp scoring very well. The strike is

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Hilton Head Charter Fishing – Caleb’s First Cobia

The large chunk of fresh cut bait had scarcely touched bottom when the fish inhaled it and took off! As quickly as I moved the drag to the strike setting the hefty rod bent double and under the boat! “BIG BROWN, BIG BROWN”, my brother Don hollered

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Great Day For Hilton Head Charter Fishing (What’s A Circle Hook?)

On the Bayrunner we exclusively use circle hooks, the greatest gift to conservation of our local species.  Below is an excerpt taken from the Wikipedia: A circle hook is a type of fish hook which is sharply curved back in a circular shape. It has become widely popular among anglers in recent years

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