Have an outstanding day with Charleston Fishing Guide.
Inshore, light-medium tackle fishing around Charleston is highly favored and very productive. The environment is packed with wildlife and game fish. Whether you wish to fish hard, fish easy, or just get out on the water to cruise/eco tour, most any area and activity you wish to explore together can be catered to.
Our boat is wide for stability, large enough to go to where you want, and small enough to be shallow water nimble. Some specifics are listed on the Our Boat & Packing List page.
Common inshore catches include Reds (Redfish/Spottail Bass), Trout, Flounder, and some of their cousins along the way. If larger more toothy creatures, such as sharks, are on your list, you can catch Spinners, Black Tips, and other types mostly during the warmer months. Near shore structures and just offshore waters offer shark catches most of the year, too, as well as large Sheepshead, Black Bass, and Spadefish to mention a few. In the spring the Cobia migrate up from Florida, as well as Tarpon a little more into the summer months. Fall into winter has to be the best time period for busy inshore action. The fish have grown all season on plentiful food, and the temperatures are usually comfortable.
Whatever your water wishes may be, our Captain Jim Dodge can safely provide. He has many years of experience on the waters of several states and has experienced all types of weather. Our boat is wide and stable and properly equipped for both shallow water and ocean excursions.
So, get hooked on a Red with Charleston Inshore Guide and Captain Jim.