Well, it's been a while since I've added a report! Spring seemed to come a little earlier this year as we started seeing nice temps and the water warm up in late Feb/early March. With that came a steady flow of people that were ready to hit the water after yet another COLD Winter! In March and April the redfishing was great! Big winter schools started to break-up so we were fishing more structure and began trying to get in the swing of the fish moving to their summer time pattern. When the weather allowed we would run out to the reefs and catch plenty of Sheepshead, Black Drum, Weakfish and of course the 'overfished' Black Sea Bass. Trout have not been consistent at all yet. One day we'll catch 10-15 decent fish then the next day it's a struggle to get just a few. Fortunately a voluntary release of all trout was put in place by SCDNR after back to back cold winters and it sounds like most people are releasing trout so they can spawn this summer and hopefully get some good numbers back. Flounder have begun to show up in decent numbers. We catch a few every trip while fishing for reds and trout. Bluefish and sharks are back thick in the harbor and the Spanish Mackerel should be in the harbor soon. Had quite a few reef trips the past couple of weeks. Have seen several cobia, caught a nice one last week, Spades are showing up at the nearshore reefs. Bait is all over the place now and the bigger fish are right behind!!! Looking forward to a great Summer and having the opportunity to fish with many new and previous clients!