Carolina Hook & Line offers charter fishing at its finest. Launching out of Murrells Inlet, SC, you can spend the day targeting anything from Sharks and Mackerel to Wahoo and Billfish, depending on the trip booked and time of year. Whatever you go after, you’re in for one very special day on the water.
Captain Robby Remson has a solid reputation for putting his clients on big fish. He knows the local waters like the back of his own hand and is always happy to share this knowledge with others.
You are always welcome aboard his brand new 33ft Onslow Bay boat, built in 2019. She has a T-top to make your trip more comfortable. She also has outriggers, downriggers, a livewell, and a full battery of marine electronics to make sure you never leave empty-handed.
Ensuring a safe and successful charter will be Capt. Robby’s top priority. You will only find the best safety equipment on board and he’ll always stock the latest gear for you to use, too.
And don’t worry if you aren’t an avid fisherman – your captain has got you covered. He loves to teach and wants all his clients to have a great time. From Flounder to Billfish, he’s willing to burn the extra fuel to ensure a full fish box.
Capt. Robby is experienced and knowledgeable about all types of saltwater fishing, from the nearshore reefs to the Gulf Stream. His dedication and willingness to incorporate new styles of fishing set Carolina Hook & Line apart from the pack. Throw in a fantastic attitude towards life, true respect for mother ocean, a relentless passion for fishing, and you’ll see why folks are booking again and again.
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About the Charter Operator
About this listing
Onslow Bay (Center console) originally built in 2019. Powered by 3 350HP Mercury engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 50 knots.
Types of Fishing
Customers can cancel or modify their booking up to 3 days before the trip date free of charge. If the trip is canceled or modified later, or in the event of a no-show, 100% of the deposit will be charged.