When you want a plethora of different fishing activities to choose from, go to Citadel Marine Services. Whether you’re interested in discovering barrier islands, or you want to give Shark fishing a chance, Captain Rob is at your service.
Rob has over 10 years of fishing experience in the area, and he knows all the nooks, crannies, and secret spots of Charleston waters. Hop aboard his stable and fast 23’ Boston Whaler to see what South Carolina fishing is all about.
Not sure which angling adventure to choose? Well, the trips that take you to explore the reefs and wrecks are a hit among anglers. On these nearshore trips (that go out up to 20 miles), you’ll come face to face with Black Drum, Spotted Seatrout, Redfish, and Sharks.
Book the offshore full day trip and test your lines by going after Mahi Mahi, Triggerfish and temperamental Amberjack.
If you prefer fishing in Charleston Harbor, then angling for Bull Redfish and big Sharks might just be the trip for you. Capt. Rob is an avid fly fisherman so, besides conventional angling, amazing fly fishing trips are also on offer.
The great thing about most trips with Citadel Marine Services is that departure time can be adapted to your needs.
When you book a trip with this company, you get the whole package. That means all the gear is provided, as well as water, snacks, and lunch (available at an additional cost) and cleaning and filleting of whatever you catch.
On some of the Gulf trips, the first mate will be there to help you with everything. A 15-20% tip for the overall services is encouraged.
Captain Rob specializes in teaching kids, families, and novices how to hook their very first fish! He has life vests for all ages, so all you have to do is show up with the eagerness to fish.
What customers like the most about the trips, besides an enthralling fishing experience, is enjoying the beautiful scenery of Charleston, the wild allure of its marshes, and the splendor of the untouched nature they get to witness.
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Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About the Captain
About this listing
Boston Whaler (Cuddy cabin) originally built in 1999, and restored in 2013. Powered by 2 150HP Mercury engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 45 knots.
Types of Fishing
When paying the remaining balance with a credit card, there is a 5% fee.