Pawleys Island Fishing

The South Carolina coast is known for beautiful beaches and a low country lifestyle, but Pawleys Island marsh fishing can offer great angling opportunities. The shallow water and marshes surrounding Pawleys Island make a perfect habitat for bait fish allowing red fish, speckled trout, and flounder to thrive. In the Spring and Fall, surf fishing is a great option. During these times, mullet migrate along Pawleys Island and Litchfield Beach bringing large red fish with them. Fishing for speckled trout and sharks is also effective during these times.

Family Fishing Charters

The coastal waters near Pawleys Island and Litchfield Beach offer great fishing opportunities for the whole family. Capt. Taylor has an extensive background teaching and coaching individuals of all ages outdoor skills. Detailed explanations of fishing methods, areas targeted, bait/lures used, rig set ups, and more are offered with fishing charters. Casting and lure retrieval instruction through out the day are also offered to anyone new to the sport or wanting to learn more about the feeding habits in these areas. These lessons are added to fishing charters to help ensure that your family has a fun, safe day on the water while giving young fishers an opportunity to catch some big fish!

Inshore Fishing Charters

Rates

- 4 Hour Trip- $400

- 6 Hour Trip- $500

- Tarpon Trip- $500 (4-5 Hours)

(Rates based on 2 anglers. $50/additional angler)

We accept all major credit cards via Square, cash, and check.

Rates include all fishing licenses, fishing equipment, and anything you'll need for a great day of fishing.

There is great fishing around Pawleys Island and Litchfield Beach, but the shallow water is challenging for fishing charters with more than one person. A short drive south from Pawleys Island will take you to over 65,000 acres of nature preserves and reserves where undeveloped beaches and natural marshes are home to thousands of fish. North Inlet, Winyah Bay, and the Santee Delta are popular fisheries for red fish, tarpon, flounder, speckled trout, and many other species. Georgetown Fishing charters are available for fly fishing, light tackle, and top water fishing. This unique coast by Pawleys Island and Georgetown offers fishers a variety of opportunity from chasing the silver king to just enjoying the beauty of the coast while catching some fish.

What to Bring

- Sunscreen (please no spray)

- Hat, Sunglasses

- Cell phone or Camera

- Food/Drink

- Please dress for the weather

- Any fishing lures you'd like to try!

- Rain gear is always recommended

Check Pawleys Island's Weather Forecast

Other Activities

 

- Ecological Tours

- Yoga

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