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Battling Bull Redfish in the backwaters of the Intracoastal Waterway, trolling for Billfish off the coast of Charleston or fly fishing gorgeous freshwater lakes for Bass – South Carolina fishing is varied and exciting for anglers of all tastes and skill levels!

Known for

South Carolina is known for its amazing beaches, some of the most popular tourist destinations in the entire United States. With over 180 miles of subtropical coastline spread out beneath palmetto trees and salt marshes, it’s no wonder that the tourist industry has been on a steady rise in the last couple of years. If you’re looking for the perfect destination to do some angling and let all the stress melt away on a sandy beach, South Carolina has your number.

In the south of South Carolina lies a vast area criss-crossed by many estuaries, inlets, bays, and marshes. Naturally, this makes for some mind-blowing inshore and backwater fishing. This wonderful area is called the Lowcountry. The Lowcountry is home to some of the best Redfishing across the Eastern coast. The fish can be targeted year-round, though some months are easier than others. Around May they start getting more active as the waters warm up sufficiently and they’ll voraciously attack baitfish. Hilton Head Island, Bluffton, and Beaufort have very good Redfish action in waters nearby.

Spanish and King Mackerel are some of the most popular offshore catches in salty South Carolina waters. Spanish Mackerel can be caught between April and November. They usually form large and fast schools – they’re tough to find, but once you’re on top of a school the bite gets red-hot really quickly. Kingfish migrate north from Florida during spring and early summer. Schools of Kingfish are mostly younger specimens, anglers who are looking for big trophy boys will have to search harder – they hunt solo or in small groups.

Cobia is another popular fish to go after in the waters off of South Carolina. They can be found in nearshore waters between April and October. They reach their peak abundance in the late spring. Good spots to target them are buoys and reefs that are fairly close to the shore. In the fall they’ll start to migrate down south. You can still find some Cobia inshore even outside of their spawning season, but they’re not reliable targets.


Fishing spots

Intracoastal waterway

The Intracoastal Waterway was completed in 1936 by the US Army Corps of Engineers. They connected many existing estuaries, bays, and rivers, cutting through banks where needed. Naturally, this has resulted in absolutely fantastic backwater fishing on the Waterway. It goes through Charleston, Hilton Head, and Myrtle beach, connecting these premier fishing spots. Some of the best fishing in South Carolina can be found on the Waterway – northeast of Charleston harbor and southwest of Bull’s Bay are just some of the famous fishing areas.

Hilton Head Island

Hilton Head Island can offer a tremendous diversity of waters for anglers to explore. You can find pretty much everything here, tidal lagoons, fresh and brackish waters, estuaries, and of course, the great blue sea for offshore fishing. There are numerous artificial reefs and natural banks dotting the nearshore waters around the island, providing an ideal home for a variety of saltwater species. You can expect to go after Black Seabass, Kingfish, Spanish Mackerel, Mahi Mahi, Cobias, and other exciting open-water species. All sharks must be released (despite them being intent on eating your bait!). The Gulf Stream is about 70 miles offshore, so if you’re game for a serious sportfishing adventure get ready for a longer trip. State fishing regulations apply up to 3 miles offshore; further than that, federal regulations apply.

Murrells Inlet

Murrells Inlet is a small fishing village, without all the hustle and bustle of the nearby Myrtle Beach, but with amazing fishing. You can go to the nearby backwaters, premier fishing grounds for Bull Redfish, Spotted Seatrout, and Flounder. If you’re looking for longer inshore trips you may go to Winyah Bay or Cape Romain, popular fishing spots for good reason: the bite is phenomenal. The fishing doesn’t stop there, with numerous nearshore wrecks spread out off the coast – perfect for going after Kingfish, Spanish Mackerel, Sheepshead, and Spadefish.

Charleston

Charleston is home to many fishing charters that are more than happy to take you fishing offshore or inshore. Fans of offshore fishing have something to look forward to – you’ll head out between 20 and 50 miles offshore. You can expect to target a variety of gorgeous fish, bottom fishing for Red and Vermillion Snappers, large Triggerfish, trolling for Kingfish, Wahoo, Billfish, and Mahi Mahi. Though if you’re looking for a deep-sea battle, you can expect a 10+ hour trip. Inshore fishing isn’t neglected in this area either. There’s excellent Redfish and Sheepshead fishing when the tides are low. When they rise you can go after Flounder and Spotted Seatrout.

Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach charters can cater to all tastes. You can find anything from pier fishing to deep sea fishing, with inshore and offshore trips galore! One of the notable events that take place in Myrtle Beach is the Grand Strand Fishing Rodeo. It’s organized by a group of local fishing piers that hold exciting events, among which two Kingfish tournaments a year; they’re usually held in the summer and fall (though the summer one is called “spring”). Fishing these waters can net you Black Seabass, Snappers, Groupers, Triggerfish, Mahi Mahi, and of course, the King Mackerel.


Fresh waters

South Carolina doesn’t fall behind on the quality of the freshwater fishing either. There are 14 reservoirs totaling approximately 370,000 acres of fresh waters. These waters are teeming with Crappie, Bream, Catfish, and several species of Trout. The main targets in fresh waters are, of course, Striped, Largemouth, and Smallmouth Bass. Lake Murray is one of the best spots for Largemouth and Striped Bass, recognized as one of the most productive lakes in the Southeast. For Catfish fanatics the Pee Dee River is a spot of heaven – fishing behind underwater structures can produce monster Catfish.

 

Need to know

If you’re fishing on board a charter you don’t need a South Carolina fishing license — the captain’s license has you covered. You should acquire a SCDNR fishing license for yourself if you’re looking into some solo action. Fishing from public fishing piers doesn’t require any licenses, while fishing South Carolina beaches requires having one.

Inshore fishing is best during the summer, the morning being the prime time for angling. It’s cooler and there are less chances of sudden thunderstorms in the morning. Nothing ruins a good fishing trip faster than sudden bad weather!

If you’re buckling under the stress and just want to take a long break and do some fishing, bring your friends and family to South Carolina. Whether lounging on a sandy beach or fighting Bull Redfish, this state can provide you with the vacation you deserve – come on down and get some serious relaxation started!

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January

For Bass fans January is a really good month – both Striped and Hybrid Bass can be found in good numbers throughout the state. Lake Hartwell is a productive spot to go for Striped Bass. Tidal Redfish are excellent targets. 

February

The clear waters mean sigh-fishing is still an excellent option for targeting inshore fish. If you’re a Catfish fan you’ll want to target the giant Blue Catfish that love this weather. Shad action is red-hot.

March

The month Crappie anglers have been waiting for in South Carolina. The water is still clear in the shallows so sneaking up on large schools of Redfish is a very productive – you should try poling for extra stealth.

April

Spanish Mackerel and Cobia start moving into the waters of South Carolina in force during April. For freshwater fishermen Largemouth Bass action is all the rage during April.

May

Cobia action will get serious during May, especially in the area around Beaufort. They like structures, so keep an eye on things like bridge supports, buoys, or clusters of seaweed.

June

Redfish extravaganza! As the waters warm up the Redfish start hunting in earnest, the perfect time to go after some Bulls in the Lowcountry. Mahi Mahi start moving in the offshore waters, making for an interesting target.

July

The Silver Kings take court in July, being especially good targets in the waters around Charleston. Their bite is the best during the morning or evening, so get an early night in for some Tarpon action!

August

Offshore anglers can have a ton of fun going after Spanish Mackerel. They’ll be moving in schools so if you’ve found one, you’ve found many. You can find them just a few miles off the coast.

September

Nearshore fishing is all about targeting Sharks during September. Further in the mainland, freshwater anglers can look forward to some refreshing Redeye Bass action on Chattooga River. There's more activity from Crappies, on Lake Wateree.

October

The colder weather allows for inshore and backwater fishing to get intense during October. Redfish, Flounder, Spotted Seatrout are all great targets for sightfishing, as the water is much clearer than in warmer months.

November

Bull Redfish are still champions of the catch list during this month. The marshes and tidal creeks make for good fishing grounds. Fresh waters are all about schools of Striped Bass at Lake Moultrie, creating major excitement.

December

Spotted Seatrout fishing turns from the fall feeding frenzy into a precision procedure – the right choice of bait and bait presentation makes or breaks the attempt. The rewards are much better, as you can land limits of “Gator” Seatrout.

South Carolina Fishing Calendar

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Get out and enjoy a great slice of life. It ie too short to to pass this by.
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Get out and enjoy a great slice of life. It ie too short to to pass this by.
Bruce  H.
Bruce H. Crawfordsville, IN
The water was glassy, winds fairly calm. By noon the temperature started to climb so I suggest you head out early to avoid the high heat.
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The water was glassy, winds fairly calm. By noon the temperature started to climb so I suggest you head out early to avoid the high heat.
Brandt  J.
Brandt J. Strawberry Plains, TN
Plenty of motion sickness medicine. Make sure that they already have the bait . There was a wasted hour catching bait fish . But all and all a great time for me
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent
Plenty of motion sickness medicine. Make sure that they already have the bait . There was a wasted hour catching bait fish . But all and all a great time for me
Mike  S.
Mike S. Evansville, IN
The Captains here are really a great bunch. All were very professional and knowledgeable. If your having trouble finding a charter you will not be disappointed with These Captain.
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent
The Captains here are really a great bunch. All were very professional and knowledgeable. If your having trouble finding a charter you will not be disappointed with These Captain.
James  H.
James H. Hedgesville, WV
A bad day fishing is better than a good day at the house. Had a great time. Go for it!!!
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A bad day fishing is better than a good day at the house. Had a great time. Go for it!!!
Joe  M.
Joe M. Bonaire, GA
Communicate with your Captain. All of the CPTs want you to have a great trip and will do their best for you. They just need to know your expectations.
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Communicate with your Captain. All of the CPTs want you to have a great trip and will do their best for you. They just need to know your expectations.
Paul  G.
Paul G. S ABINGTN Township, PA
Wear proper clothing, good shoes/sneakers that can be wet or dirtied.Sunglasses and sunscreen. Bring water and drinks. Have fun.
4.7 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent
Wear proper clothing, good shoes/sneakers that can be wet or dirtied.Sunglasses and sunscreen. Bring water and drinks. Have fun.
Richard  R.
Richard R. Charlotte, NC
Watch the weather closely. We had to reschedule a couple times due to very bad weather
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Watch the weather closely. We had to reschedule a couple times due to very bad weather
Johnna  O.
Johnna O. Orangeburg, SC
Our experience was terrific. Matt does a great job. I can’t wait to charter him again.
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Our experience was terrific. Matt does a great job. I can’t wait to charter him again.
Jason  E.
Jason E. Charlotte, NC
Definitely plan an outing. It’s a lot of fun and the memories you will make are priceless.
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Definitely plan an outing. It’s a lot of fun and the memories you will make are priceless.
Thomas  S.
Thomas S. Bluffton, South Carolina
Book your trip with Captain Kurt of Aqua Excursions, and enjoy! Debating the cost? I did, and yet is was worth every dollar. Grandfather on a fixed income here, and it was the most satisfying money I have spent in a very long time. We, three generations (Father, son, and Grandson together) are going out again tomorrow Saturday. Thanks again, Captain Kurt. Trust me, you and yours will have a lot of fun together.
4.7 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent
Book your trip with Captain Kurt of Aqua Excursions, and enjoy! Debating the cost? I did, and yet is was worth every dollar. Grandfather on a fixed income here, and it was the most satisfying money I have spent in a very long time. We, three generations (Father, son, and Grandson together) are going out again tomorrow Saturday. Thanks again, Captain Kurt. Trust me, you and yours will have a lot of fun together.
Joe  M.
Joe M. Bluffton, SC
Definitely bring lots of water, snacks, and sunscreen. No bananas, they are bad luck. Breathable long-sleeved shirts a neck gator, a hat, and nice polarized sunglasses will help keep you out of the sun. Be willing to listen, you'll learn a lot.
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Definitely bring lots of water, snacks, and sunscreen. No bananas, they are bad luck. Breathable long-sleeved shirts a neck gator, a hat, and nice polarized sunglasses will help keep you out of the sun. Be willing to listen, you'll learn a lot.
Michael  D.
Michael D. Charleston, South Carolina
Look at your options. Choose an inland fishing experience and just have fun!
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Look at your options. Choose an inland fishing experience and just have fun!
Kathryn  M.
Kathryn M. Madison Heights, MI
Capt Todd is a great guide with knowledge to help you catch fish . He is great with younger inexperienced fishing individuals.
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Capt Todd is a great guide with knowledge to help you catch fish . He is great with younger inexperienced fishing individuals.
Samuel  H.
Samuel H. Lexington, KY
Try to get the earliest trip (mornings) if possible. It gets really not in June
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Try to get the earliest trip (mornings) if possible. It gets really not in June
Donnie  S.
Donnie S. Fitzgerald, GA
Always be prepared for changes due to weather and be flexible. You will still have a good time.
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Always be prepared for changes due to weather and be flexible. You will still have a good time.
Ricky  H.
Ricky H. Winder, Georgia
Sharks were all we caught. Which was fun. Would have liked more reel time , even if smaller. But it was a good time!
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Sharks were all we caught. Which was fun. Would have liked more reel time , even if smaller. But it was a good time!
Chris  H.
Chris H. United States
Bring sun glasses and a 2nd shirt to change in to, Your gonna get wet...lol
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Bring sun glasses and a 2nd shirt to change in to, Your gonna get wet...lol
Randy  H.
Randy H. CHESAPEAK BCH, MD
If you expect rough waters take bonine ahead of time. We had a thunderstorm rolling in and two of my kids that didn't take it got pretty seasick as the waters were rough. The ones that took it were fine and had no issues.
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If you expect rough waters take bonine ahead of time. We had a thunderstorm rolling in and two of my kids that didn't take it got pretty seasick as the waters were rough. The ones that took it were fine and had no issues.
David  S.
David S. Overland Park, Kansas
Plan ahead, be early, take long sleeve or rain jacket, plenty of water and a snack. Take a cooler full of beer so you can catch a buzz if you aren't catching fish! ?
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Plan ahead, be early, take long sleeve or rain jacket, plenty of water and a snack. Take a cooler full of beer so you can catch a buzz if you aren't catching fish! ?
Shana  B.
Shana B. Sanford, North Carolina

Hook 1 Charters – Folly Beach
Hook 1 Charters – Folly Beach
Fishing charter in Folly Beach
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 2 reviews
Just a couple of guys looking for fishing fun. Chandler delivered! Had us on a school of nice Redfish in a hurry.
Nate  S.
Nate S. Seville, OH
Olde Man Charters & Tours
Olde Man Charters & Tours
Fishing charter in Charleston
4.7 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 67 reviews
We had a fantastic day out today with Captain jeff. After waiting 20 months to travel from Europe (COVID-19-related), we then availed of the best weather window. We caught 100+ fish (9 species) and brought home dinner (expertly filleted by Captain Jeff). We also saw porpoises, a loggerhead sea turtle and baitballs (shoals of small fish) being chased by unknown predators from underneath. Highly recommended, for experts and beginners alike.
Geoff  T.
Geoff T. Steinfort, Luxembourg District
C&C Sportfishing Charters
C&C Sportfishing Charters
Fishing charter in Murrells Inlet
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 117 reviews
We went out at the end of November for a 3 hour quick trip. We were able to take some fish home and had a great time with captain chuck, he was super helpful and knowledgeable about what to fish for and what spots were good. We would definitely go again!
Deanna  B.
Deanna B. Roseville, CA
Cool Cat Charters
Cool Cat Charters
Fishing charter in Hilton Head Island
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 10 reviews
Captain Chris was super friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable. I would defiantly recommend.
David  R.
David R. Greensburg, PA
Southern Summers Charters
Southern Summers Charters
Fishing charter in Hilton Head Island
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 6 reviews
Rodney was a gracious captain! He found a honey hole of Redfish and trout. We must have caught 20plus fish. It was a beautiful morning on the water. Rodney was very friendly and knowledgeable about the area. Equipment was plentiful and well cared for. He kept the poles baited and plentiful. Beautiful boat! Great experience! Communication was great. Will definitely call him again when we return.
Scott  W.
Scott W. Hannacroix, NY
Mudbug Charters
Mudbug Charters
Fishing charter in Charleston
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 22 reviews
Was down visiting Charleston from NYC for thanksgiving and wanted to knock off a bucket list trip, sight casting redfish on a flats boat. Captain Danny had all the gear and knowledge I needed to get out on my first redfish on light tackle spin gear. Danny is an awesome guide and made me feel right at home on his home waters. This was a trip of a life time and I will be booking with Mudbug charters every time I come to Charleston.
Karlsen  T.
Karlsen T. New York, NY
Myrtle Beach Fishing Charters
Myrtle Beach Fishing Charters
Fishing charter in Myrtle Beach
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 6 reviews
We had a great time and Captain Matt was awesome! We were catching fish literally 2 at a time! Thanks for a great experience!
Sam  L.
Sam L. Lake Park, NC
Fisher Of Men Charters
Fisher Of Men Charters
Fishing charter in Little River
4.7 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 398 reviews
We’ve gone on two trips with Captain Randy (trolling for Kings and bottom fishing for sea bass) and while the trips were very different, they were both awesome and everyone had a fantastic time. Great captain and crew!
Todd  B.
Todd B. Atlanta, GA
Fisher Of Men Charters
Fisher Of Men Charters
Fishing charter in Little River
4.7 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 398 reviews
I was looking for a family adventure during Thanksgiving that I would enjoy and hopefully my kids would too. Captain Randy provided a safe and fun experience.My teens and husband had a great time. We’re looking forward to booking with Fisher of Men again.
Evenstar  H.
Evenstar H. Carthage, North Carolina
Hooked Up Inshore Fishing Charters
Hooked Up Inshore Fishing Charters
Fishing charter in Little River
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 16 reviews
Captain Mark is awesome! He made sure we had an enjoyable time! He is very knowledgeable and didn’t mind helping the “first-timers”… We are really looking for to our next trip! Thank you!!!
Greta  S.
Greta S. Conway, South Carolina
Captain Robby's Guide Service
Captain Robby's Guide Service
Fishing charter in Murrells Inlet
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 4 reviews
Ca. Robbie worked the Jetty & inland waterways to put us on fish. We were able to catch a multitude of fish. Kept some, released the rest for another Day!
Kelly  M.
Kelly M. Travelers Rest, SC
Flood Tide Charters
Flood Tide Charters
Fishing charter in Charleston
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 180 reviews
1st time fishing in Charleston area. Excellent day !! Caught many Red Drum. Capt Brian very good guide.
Peter  T.
Peter T. West Chester, PA
Brown Dog Sportfishing
Brown Dog Sportfishing
Fishing charter in Folly Beach
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 67 reviews
Top shelf captain and equipment. Fish on a few minutes after the first bait hit the water. Captain Cleve is very knowledgeable and serious about fishing. He moved around to make sure we stayed hooked up with some very nice redfish and a few trout as well. Would not hesitate to book this trip again and again.
Brian  S.
Brian S. Summerville, SC
Hilton Head Inshore
Hilton Head Inshore
Fishing charter in Hilton Head Island
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 3 reviews
Captain Mark very nice and accommodating. Great boat. Fishing was off and wind was up but he did his very best to put us on fish.
Eric  B.
Eric B. Etna, NH
Southern Summers Charters
Southern Summers Charters
Fishing charter in Hilton Head Island
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 6 reviews
Rodney is the man. Great guy, great fisherman. Put us on a wicked redfish bite. Can’t recommend enough, you won’t be disappointed
Jeffrey  R.
Jeffrey R. Erie, CO
Reel Salty Fishing Charters
Reel Salty Fishing Charters
Fishing charter in Murrells Inlet
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 40 reviews
Amazing trip! Captain Bob was great. He took extra time with the 2 ladies that have never fished before. We caught 25-30 fish, 4 of which were keepers. Will most definitely book again with Reel Salty Fishing Charters.
Philip  H.
Philip H. Dahlonega, GA
Flood Tide Charters
Flood Tide Charters
Fishing charter in Charleston
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 180 reviews
Brian put us on some redfish even in the cold November wind. He knew exactly where to go and how to find the fish. Go fishing with him if you get the chance.
Jake  S.
Jake S. Rochester, MN
On The Fly Outfitter
On The Fly Outfitter
Fishing charter in Murrells Inlet
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 25 reviews
Captain Jimmy made a dream day of fishing. Knowing the sweet spots made all the difference. We caught fish the whole trip. He took the time had the right bait. Boat was top notch. Thanks again for super time
David  B.
David B. Charlotte, North Carolina
Keen Eye Charters
Keen Eye Charters
Fishing charter in Seabrook Island
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 91 reviews
Family had a wonderful time and Captain was very good sport to go out on a very cool SC morning. Thank you Captain Keen!
Shawn  B.  P.
Shawn B. P. Stanfordville, NY
Carolina Girl Fishing Charters
Carolina Girl Fishing Charters
Fishing charter in Murrells Inlet
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 14 reviews
Started out cold and rain, Nick took us to some great spots and started catching fish, day turned out great, got a 7.61 lbs trout today, my dad made board, we turn her back loss because she was full of eggs. Nick's great captain and worked with my grandson all morning, Thanks again Nick, see everyone soon.
Jackie  H.
Jackie H. Laurinburg, NC

FAQs about Fishing Charters in South Carolina

To give you an idea of how much a fishing trip in South Carolina costs, the average price for a 4 hour private trip is $484, while an 8 hour private trip will cost you $907. These prices are based on trips booked on our site recently.

Prices will vary depending on trip length, fishing technique, as well as the type and size of the boat you booked. However, to give you an indication, the average boat size in South Carolina is 25 ft and the most common vessel type is a Center console.

According to customer reviews, Captain Kaleb Charters, Flood Tide Charters, and Fishnut Charters are some of the most popular fishing charters in South Carolina. Full list of top fishing charters in South Carolina.

Captain Kaleb Charters, Flood Tide Charters, and Fishnut Charters all received great reviews from families who booked fishing trips in South Carolina.

The best way to experience fishing in South Carolina is to book a private charter with a licensed fishing guide. See the full list of charters available for online booking here: List of fishing charters in South Carolina.

The most popular fish species you can target are Redfish, Flounder, and Cobia. Top fishing techniques include light tackle, bottom fishing, and spinning. Nearshore fishing, inshore fishing, and reef fishing are commonly offered by local guides.

Spotted Seatrout fishing turns from the fall feeding frenzy into a precision procedure – the right choice of bait and bait presentation makes or breaks the attempt. The rewards are much better, as you can land limits of “Gator” Seatrout. Check availability for local fishing charters in South Carolina.