Edisto Island Fishing Report Reviewed by Momizat on . New report from Ron Davis, inventor of The Chatterbait, coming very soon. For now Ron reports that the Edisto Island redfish population is down from previous ye New report from Ron Davis, inventor of The Chatterbait, coming very soon. For now Ron reports that the Edisto Island redfish population is down from previous ye Rating: 0
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Edisto Island Fishing Report

New report from Ron Davis, inventor of The Chatterbait, coming very soon.

For now Ron reports that the Edisto Island redfish population is down from previous years, and much smaller than the population north of Charleston.  The trout population is also down but a mild winter should allow it to rebound.

 

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Comments (8)

  • Lee Greer

    How is flounder gigging late September? Striper fishing around the island same time period.

    Reply
  • Bev

    What are the best chances and ways of caatching reds or trout for this coming weekend of
    January 25-27.

    Reply
  • james

    I am interested in fishing for reds, i am looking for suggestions as to what type of rod and reel i should purchase tackle ect. i would appreciate any help.

    thanks,
    James

    Reply
  • Travis

    I will be in Edisto on May 31-June 9 as we do every year. I usaully like to surf fish for shark. What is the best fishing during this time in the surf as shark fishing is kinda a bore until you catch one. I’m looking to utilize my time for the hunt instead of the wait. Any info would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks

    Travis

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  • Dayle Fish

    Are there locations where I can gain access to the river from shore, for shore fishing?

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  • Aidan

    I am heading down to Edisto the first week of June this year. Every time we go, our usual bait is just plain old squid. It works great, but all we really catch are sharks and rays. Our usual fishing spot is either next to the Pavilion’s pier on the beach, or Steamboat landing. We have gone down to the end of Botany Bay and fished the river but never did any good. Any suggestions on different baits to use?

    Thanks

    Reply

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