Its been a trip over a decade in the making. We finally got a chance to go to Charleston to EAT. I did some fishing too. This was the first non-work related trip we've taken in four years. My first time fishing in salt water for four years too.
I wanted to return to Low Country Fly Shop to get a full podcast but didn't have time. The podcast from the trip will be linked when its ready. While in there Paul Puckett gave me a few spots, pointed me toward the colors for local crabs, and sent me on my way. The wife gave me about 5 min to be in the shop so I had limited time :(
If interested in staying at the same location, contact Josh at Green Flash
Pictures are 90% food 10% fishing and are not in chronological order, thanks Picasa:
Portable DVD player from our realtor. Listening to Nemo 5x in a row was better than 8 hours of "why" and "what is your favorite color" questions from a three year old.
Teds Butcher Block and it was so worth it.
Wagyu beef with mushroom and cheese
Leon's Oyster House
Charleston Beer Exchange
Cypress. $5 burger night at the bar here. Makes Whitlows back home seem rather dodgy with their frozen pre-made patties
David Babb from Flyin The Flats showing me the ropes. Site as of now is under construction. Follow on Facebook and Instagram. Great clothing. You'll see me in it below
Boxcar Betty's which trumped Leon's for texture of the chicken
Dolphin strand feeding
White Duck Tacos
Obstinate Daughter for dinner. My old co-worker's husband from Cheesetique is the manager. It was goooood. Southern Living just named it top 3 in the south for food
The Folly Beach pier has this section closed off. You have to pay $5 more to fish this spot for mackerel. Not sure why
Butcher & Bee.
Sweet tea with an S was my choice to drink
Lost Dog Cafe
Witch Doctor with David and Rachel. Someone enjoyed the Popsicles
And we drove through Fredericksburg, Va on the way home. This always makes me laugh