Trips and Rates
  • Trips are 4hrs. and start at $475 for 2 $75 for each additional person

    Started Jan 27
    475 US dollars
  • Trips are 3 hrs and start at $350 for 4 $75 for each additional person

    Started Jan 27
    350 US dollars
  • Trips are 5hrs. and start at $575 for 2 $75 for each additional person

    Started Jan 28
    575 US dollars
  • Trips are 2hrs. and start at $250 Up to 6 people

    Started Jan 27
    250 US dollars
  • A cruise towards the Charleston Harbor and sightseeing

    Started Jan 27
    300 US dollars
 

WHICH FISHING TRIP IS BEST FOR YOUR FAMILY

Charleston offers great fishing year round but depending on the season and expectations, let's discuss which trip would be best for you.  If you're a local or just visiting, I'm always open to sharing any advice or information.  If you're new to fishing, don't worry!  The best part of my job is teaching and especially putting kids on some fish.

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INSHORE FISHING TRIPS

Whether heading out to the Charleston Harbor to find some Bull Reds or staying in the creeks, we are going to target what's biting best!  Most times we will be catching Redfish, Speckled Sea Trout, Black Drum, Flounder, Sharks and other seasonal species.

NEARSHORE FISHING TRIPS

On these trips we venture off the coast to fish some artificial reef and live bottom anywhere from 2-15 miles out!  Typically, there is a lot of action and the time of year can dictate what we catch.  The target species for most of these trips are Sheapshead, Cobia, Spadefish, Sea Bass, Large Sharks, Spanish Mackerel and Little Tunies.  Note we always need cooperation with the weather for these days to be enjoyable.

SHARK FISHING TRIPS

Love hearing that "zing" of a large shark taking your line out?  Get ready for a fight!  These trips are most popular during the summer and early fall months where there are plenty of large menhaden and mullet around for the sharks to feed on.  We typically use live and cut bait on the bottom and can catch anything from 1ft to 7ft sharks.  Most common types of sharks are Hammerhead, Black Tip, Spinner, Bonnet Heads, Atlantic Sharpnose and more.