One of the surest signs of summer along the South Carolina coast is when droves of Spanish mackerel show up in the nearshore and coastal waters. In reality, these fish start showing up as early as late April when migrating up from the south.
Guide John Koonce of Shoal Bandit Charters said anglers can expect to start catching them in good numbers in the waters around Charleston in May, and the Spanish seem to get bigger and thicker as summer progresses before heading back south sometime around November. Koonce likes to start out by trolling to the jetties that outline the entrance to Charleston Harbor, not only to give clients a chance to see a lot of scenery, but he can do a visual check on everything else that might be biting.
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Koonce said Spanish mackerel will normally be feeding on small glass minnows, one of the main species of baitfish that show up along the coast. Koonce has two different approaches: A big factor in successful trolling for is water clarity, Koonce said, because Spanish feed primarily by sight.
Having calm, clear water helps them when hunting baitfish. Koonce has also had success catching bigger Spanish mackerel using a small menhaden under a popping cork that he casts into a school. An hour or so north of Charleston, targeting big Spanish mackerel with live bait is the specialty of J Baisch of Fishful Thinking Guide Service, who runs Very hot South carolina hablo espanol of Murrells Inlet and heads to nearshore artificial reefs for Spanish.
Baisch said that trolling works as well along the Grand Strand as anywhere else, but he has found he can catch bigger fish by Very hot South carolina hablo espanol his boat stationary and bringing the fish to him by habloo with live bait. I start letting the mullet go two or three at a time around the boat and keep a short piece of wire with a No.
When you chum, chum sparingly.
Play hard to get. So why chum at all? If less is more, why not just cast out a live mullet carrying a hook?
Baisch said the secret to chumming with live mullet is to get the big Spanish excited so they make a mistake. Murrells Inlet is north of Charleston on US Troll Clark Spoons or Diamond Jigs when searching for fish.Ladies Seeking Real Sex Branchport
Casting spoons and flies are productive when retrieved very quickly. Larger Spanish are frequently caught by fishing live-bait around structure.
Chumming can help increase your success. See also Guides and Charters in Classifieds. Charleston Convention Visitors Bureau, www. Open King Mackerel Tournament.
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