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We always love visiting your shop when we are in Mt.Pleasant every March. Guys there are so helpful. I thought you would enjoy these pictures of the guys down at Everglades right now. Especially since they are sporting your logo. Look forward to seeing you this year . We are ready to hit Shemcreek for the Reds again. ( that's me last March on Shemcreek ) thanks again for all your help over the years.
Darcy and George Hill having a great time with some monster reds at night!
Bill Ballard had this to say about his photo: "Thanks for setting us up with 2 Penn rods with the 3000 reels and braided line. Catherine got her first SC redfish, with me as the blundering guide. Your mud minnows were working on Sunday afternoon. See you soon for more stuff. Bill"
Evan Tedeschi with his Redfish caught at Sullivanís Island on Haddrellís shrimp.
Chad Yates with his 19" Black Drum caught on Sullivan's Island using shrimp from Haddrell's.
Scott Coughlin low tide on Horlbeck creek using shrimp from Haddrells. 28-inch & 24-inch safely back in the water.
Tyler Kuhn and his 24 inch, 7 lbs. flounder caught on live mullet at Fort Moultrie using 30 lb. PowerPro braid with 20 lb. leader purchased from Haddrells.
Bonnethead caught by Daniel Moore off of Folly Beach facing the Morris Island Lighthouse.
Wyatt Knight with his very first deer taken during a hunt with his dad, Bubba, hunting south of Charleston. Congrats Wyatt from everyone at Haddrells Point!
Mike Colongo caught this 38 lb. Red Fish at Sullivan's Island, S.C. 20 lb. line,# 1 kale hook, 30 lb. leader line. Mike comes to Haddrell's Point for his fishing tackle and advice. He has been shopping at Haddrell's Point for 27 years! Thank you, Mike!
Cole Glover's red caught with captain Lee Taylor in Isle of Palms.
Teresa Colongo, the Flounder Queen, caught all these beauties surf fishing. The Red Fish was released.
Caleb Jurecki with a big Red recently caught and released while fishing with Ken Suggs.
Scott Hammond and former employee Michael Johnson with a couple recent catches from their early morning trip last week.