Charleston fishing charters have had plenty of activity to keep our rods bent the past few weeks. Deep sea fishing trips have been targeting big redfish and sharks in waters from 1 to 10 miles out. The flounder bite has been good around wrecks and rock piles 2-6 miles out. Large schools of Spanish Mackerel have been mixed in with Bonito just a few miles off the beach. Reefs have been full of a variety of bottom fish and surface feeding activity. If it’s action you want, this is the right time of year. Inshore Fishing Charters have been locating Speckled Trout and Redfish around docks and grasslines with the occasional Black Drum to keep the mix interesting. The influx of shrimp, menhaden and finger mullet have all predators looking for the opportunity to feed and we use live and fresh caught bait on most of our trips. No matter what we choose to do we have been able to keep most anglers busy during the length of the fishing charter. Keeping an open mind and being able to adjust to current conditions is what will keep you busy this time of year. Since this is a tidal fishery the time of day you fish will not likely impact your success much, so don’t be too concerned about fishing the morning rather than an afternoon slot. When you are ready to book the quickest way to reserve your date and time is to go to my online booking calendar. However you have several options and if you wish to discuss what type of trip best suits you feel free to get in touch. So, book your fishing charter online, text, email or call me directly if you have questions or want to book a trip. I look forward to seeing you on deck soon!

Deep Sea Fishing

Deep Sea fishing for Black Drum

Deep Sea Fishing

Spanish Mackerel caught during deep sea fishing charter

Charter fishing in Charleston

Flounder fishing in the ocean what fun!

Fishing charter inshore

Inshore fishing beautiful Speckled Trout!

shark fishing charter

Jackie had a shark as one of her bucket list fish. Box checked!