Fly and spin anglers looking for fishing charters in Charleston, SC book Captain John Irwin, an FFE-certified casting instructor and local expert. If you want to add your photo with a trophy-sized catch to those on his website, hop aboard his Ranger 191 Cayman for a day on the water. Whether you're an experienced or beginner angler, John's knowledge and love of the sport will have you catching everything from cobia to redfish to trout.
If you're looking for fishing charters in Charleston, SC, listen to Lowcountry locals and call Captain Mike. Whether you're a weekend angler interested in a two-hour inshore trip or an experienced fisherman hoping to hook a record shark, this full-service company knows the best spots to catch those wily fish. Licenses, waterproof gear bags, bait and ice are all provided. They'll even email you photos of your catch as a thank you!
When you're ready to head to Charleston, SC for deep sea fishing, choose charters lead by Captain Michael Mattson aboard the luxurious "Bill Fishin" Viking Sportfish for customized excursions to catch big-game sport fish like sailfish, marlin and tuna. Beginners can opt for personalized inshore excursions to try their hand at catching trout, jack and snapper while they enjoy the beauty of the Lowcountry coastal waters and helpful tips from the courteous, professional crew.
Catch your first amberjack or redfish with Capt. Graham Hegamyer. This local boy offers fishing charters out of Charleston, SC to the backwaters and Intercoastal Waterway via his 18-foot Lostmen. Anglers can expect to reel in and release a spottail bass or red drum, and Hegamyer is happy to help kids catch their first trout, flounder or shark. If fishing isn't on the agenda, board the 23-foot Deep Vee Classic C-Hawk for an eco tour.
Captain Geoff Bennett is the man to see when you want to go fishing, and his charters from Charleston, SC promise test your fly fishing and light tackle skills. Climb aboard Bennett's 16-foot Hewes BayFisher boat and prepare to learn something new from this passionate fisherman as you tour the area's scenic waters. Treks are available year-round and you're likely to be impressed by the catch: everything from flounder and sheepshead to bluefish and sharks.
Local fishermen around Charleston know that deep sea fishing charters aren't the only way to have a great day on the water. Inshore fishing in the Lowcountry is the specialty of Captain H. Rawling Pratt-Thomas. When you charter with this native Charlestonian, you can count on his knowledge and experience for the trip of a lifetime. Bring your own tackle or use his equipment as you enjoy Charleston's beautiful bays and winding creeks.