Ever spooked a Redfish in water so skinny it had no option but to run into your boat? Kayaks let anglers get where "real" boats can't, and get your lure in front of fish that escape most anglers.
Ever had a fish test the limits of your equipment? We do on a regular basis, which is why we only use the best.
Want to try something different? Shallow water sight fishing for summer time Bonnet Heads is a blast!!!
The waters around Charleston are alive with fish and a flounder is always a possibility during your next trip.
Traveling to Charleston? Tired of shopping and fighting the crowds downtown? Let us show both of you the other side of Charleston.
A few times a month we experience larger than normal tides. These conditions provide awesome opportunities to stalk tailing redfish on the grass flats during warm weather!
We do kayak fishing like no one else. The owner, Justin Carter is on the Pro Staff of Hobie Kayaks as well as an accomplished tournament angler. To learn more about the guides, check out their profiles:
I headed over to Copahee Sound by myself Saturday morning to fish the new moon flood tide. After taking a short nap, then waiting for coffee to brew I got to the flat a bit later than I had planned and there was already A LOT of water in the grass. It turns out that [...]
I call July and August suntan season. We catch fish, but I’ll be honest with you, working as a kayak fishing guide in the summer is HARD WORK. You can still catch fish and if you have paid attention to the articles the past couple of months I gave you some ideas for beating the [...]
It’s HOT in Charlestonand the air so heavy with humidity that you can barely breathe. Sometimes it feels like there’s just no relief, or is there? There is for the kayak crowd, for us night time is the right time. Picture this in your mind’s eye; you arrive at the landing about an hour [...]
Hey folks, This is just a short blog post to give you a little info on fishing with crabs chunks for reds and bonnethead sharks. A friend of mince refers to crab chunks as crack cocaine for redfish. They are SERIOUSLY addicted to crabs. So much so, that if you toss out a crab chunk [...]