Fly Times Fishing Charters
One of our top picks in Charleston . Fly Times Fishing Charters specializes in fly and light tackle fishing in the marshes that are abundant in the Lowcountry.
The company is dedicated to learning the intricate patterns of the fish they target and work hard to guide you to the perfect cast. They primarily practice sight fishing and thrive on putting their clients on whatever inshore fish they want to catch, from tailing Redfish to Sharks and Tarpon when in season.
You will be fishing aboard Fly Times Fishing Charters’ 17 ft Beavertail flats skiff, the perfect boat for navigating the marshes and inshore salt waterways around Charleston, South Carolina. This technical poling skiff allows you and your captain to spot tailing Reds as they work their way through the shallow water, and cast towards them with fly or light tackle. Most of the fishing is done with 3-Tand fly fishing reels, Clutch fly rods, and Monic fly lines, while all the flies are tied personally by Capt. Jason. It is also possible to fish with conventional light tackle, with Penn fishing products available.
All the equipment you will need for your trip, as well as fishing licenses for all anglers, is included in the price of your trip: all you need to bring is snacks, specialty drinks, shoes for wading, and preferably polarized sunglasses.
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About this listing
Beavertail Skiffs (Flats boat) originally built in 2008. Powered by 70HP Yamaha engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 40 knots.
10% deposit charged upfront by FishingBooker to guarantee your reservation. The remaining balance is to be paid directly to the captain on or prior to your trip date in one of the following payment methods: Cash, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, PayPal.
About the Captain
Member since December 2015
Charleston Fishing Calendar
Went fishing on March 14, 2017
This trip was fantastic, beautiful day on the water with awesome scenery a great fishing. We were able to harvest Raw oysters and eat them on the boat in the wild, a nice touch added to the day. Captain Jason Shepard is very professional and C’s fish were others don’t, it was an awesome experience highly recommended for anyone.
Fished March 2017Phil Croff • Fished March 14, 2017Phil Croff recommends Fly Times Fishing Charters
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