Old 02-27-2012, 11:02 AM
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danman421
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Originally Posted by Shin-Dig View Post
A full day is the only way you can fish offshore from Charleston at the stream. David Yates runs a 33' Contender. If you want a more comfortable; boat the full day rate will be b/t $1700-2000
A 33' Contender is better than we usually fish anyways so I would not need "more comfort" maybe more capacity...

Originally Posted by Shin-Dig View Post
Wahoo and dolphin will be the primary catch unless you specifically tell the captain you want to do some bottom fishing as well. This is always a good strategy if the palegics aren't biting early in the season. Billfish are present but are scarce until the water warms a bit. Late April can be hit or miss and the weather is always iffy until May.
This what I figure, my optimistic side was hoping that the water is significantly warmer 1 state down...

Originally Posted by Shin-Dig View Post
Mark Brown runs the Teaser and is the best bottom fishing Charter captain in Charleston
What type of boat does he run? Website?

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