Depending on the season and weather, we depart from a number of different boat ramps with the smaller boats. However the larger vessel’s home port is the Georgetown Landing Marina located in Georgetown SC.
Georgetown – Winyah Bay
Four main river systems feed the estuaries of Winyah Bay and includes the Pee Dee, Waccamaw, Black River, and Sampit. The perfect combination of oxygen and salinity makes for a healthy ecosystem while hosting bountiful wildlife including Alligators, Bald Eagles, Bottlenose Dolphin, Ospreys, and Brown Pelicans. Saltwater fishing opportunities include Red Drum, Speckled Trout, Sheepshead, Flounder, Tarpon, Cobia, Black Drum, King Mackerel, Spadefish and Sharks.
Pawleys Island Fishing Charters
Pawleys Island is a 4 mile strip of land that overlooks the salt marsh creek on one side and the Atlantic ocean on the other. Fishing in Pawleys creek can be very productive for flounder, trout, and redfish, however it is a very shallow creek so many folks choose to fish from a kayak, small boat, or from land which makes it great place for a stress free, family fishing outing with the kids. An excellent fishing spot for anglers without a boat is on the north end of Pawleys Island, as well as the south end.
The historic fishing village of Murrells Inlet offer easy access to excellent Inshore and Nearshore opportunities. Murrells Inlet Fishing Charters include fishing the backwater creeks for Trout, Flounder and Redfish as well as the jetties where huge Red Drum can be caught. A handful of nearshore wrecks are within striking distance from Murrells Inlet where King Mackerel, Spanish Mackerel, Flounder, Sheepshead and Spadefish are plentiful. These trips are great for the kids and family to spend a fun and action packed day on the water.
Cape Romain – Bulls Bay
This undeveloped stretch of coastline is one of the largest on the eastern seaboard with over 60 Miles of uninhabited beaches and barrier islands. Due to its isolation, this fishery is relatively unpressured which makes for some phenomenal fishing year around. On an average day in the peak fishing season, you could expect to only see five other boats on the water.
Myrtle Beach Fishing Charters
The resort area of Myrtle Beach, also known as the Grand Strand, is most widely known for its beautiful beaches, friendly southern hospitality, tourist attractions, and shopping but its also located in a prime fishing location. The best fishing takes place on the southern end of the Grand Strand. Most of our fishing charters depart from Murrells Inlet, Georgetown, or McClellanville.
Edisto Island – Kiawah Island
Edisto Island lies roughly 20 miles to the south of Historic Charleston and despite its close proximity to Charleston, it remains relatively unpressured as a fishery. Depending on the conditions and what is biting, we can arrange pickup from Steamboat Landing on the North Edisto River, or from historic Rockville Village on Wadamalaw Island.
The waters surrounding Charleston Harbor are as rich in marine wildlife as it they are in history and culture. There is no “off season” when it come to fishing around Charleston’s harbor, coastal waterways, rivers, and endless miles of shallow flats. Anglers can witness a wide variety of wildlife and schooling fish on shallow flats, backwater river systems, or the nearshore reefs, inlets and beaches.