Whether you’re looking for an inshore, nearshore, or offshore adventure in Charleston, SC, Catching Chaos Fishing Charters has you covered. Come aboard and discover a range of fishing grounds, testing your angling skills against plenty of exciting and delicious fish. Take a trip suited to your skills and desires, and go fishing like never before.
Captain Chris Beckett has been a fishing enthusiast since he can remember, fishing the rich waters of New England during childhood, before moving to SC in 2009. With a lifetime of experience behind him, and plenty of tournament victories, he knows exactly what makes a successful fishing trip, and promises to stop at nothing to make sure you have a thrilling day out.
Step aboard the 22’ Sea Fox center console and take the fishing trip of your dreams. Built in 2018, she’s a modern vessel, offering plenty of space for up to 4 anglers who can all fish at the same time. There’s plenty of comfortable seating on board, all you need to do is bring some drinks and snacks, and make yourself at home.
Choose between an inshore, nearshore, or offshore trip, where you can try out various fishing techniques. Bottom fish, troll, drift fish, and cast away with lures and live bait to attract the exciting fish that call these waters home. From Flounder, Redfish, and Trout inshore to Seabass, Red Snapper, and Cobia offshore, there’s plenty to keep you entertained throughout the day.
With everything you need for a productive day awaiting you on board, what else is there to do but get booking? Come aboard with Catching Chaos Fishing Charters for a fishing experience to remember!
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Sea Fox (Center console) originally built in 2018. Powered by a 200HP Yamaha engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 30 knots.
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We pulled out of the jetties and as per usual the weather man was wrong but we pushed ahead to one of the nearshore reefs. Found some good marks on the bottom and set up our drift. First drift… Read Full Report →
Pulled out of the jetties and was greeted with lots of white caps and nasty wind. We decided to make an attempt at one of the nearshore reefs. We did our drift for about an hour landing several undersized… Read Full Report →