After a few chilly days and nights in Charleston the weather finally warmed up a bit. That in conjunction with some early and mid day low tides had Redfish and Trout feeding aggressively during slower periods in the tide. We caught fish this week in all local waters from dead low up to the top of the tide. Hungry reds were caught in the grass on mullet, crab and artificials. We also found them on flats and docks. Clean water was the key to finding a reasonable trout bite and with recent big tides it was sometimes hard to find. Smaller creeks draining through marsh grass often provided better water to fish and trout were laid up thick in front of them. DOA shrimp, Z-Man swim baits and mud minnows all provided action once we found the fish. We scouted potential trout spots with artificials and once we found them we anchored up and changed baits often to keep the fish interested. We have good tides coming up and the fishing should continue to provide plenty of action for people who want to get out on the water. Come on out, it’s still not too late to catch the your biggest fish of the year!